At long last I did something with the ‘Snap’ stuff from Simple Stories. It is a book; it is a hybrid really. Memory book, journal, photo book whatever you like to cal it. I’m calling it my ‘Crazy Book’.
I have recently got a lot of Snap stuff including papers, cards, insta frames and squares, pockets, envelopes, enamel dots and tons of stickers. So I decided to get my hands on these and here is what I made. Don’t forget to click on individual pictures to see larger version.
Apart from the Snap supplies I added some envelopes and tags, did some stamping, splashed some paint and spray, used washi snippets and highlighted certain elements with a fine tip black pen.
I made this page out of chipboard and covered it with some ‘simple stories’ paper which is not from the snap collection. (simple stories stuff from different collections goes together so nicely). The words were cut out of a ‘4×6 double sided card’ from the snap collection.
The back of the chipboard page was covered with a 4×6 card on top and some lined paper at the bottom and an overlapping bingo card. On the right you can see the back of a pocket (below) Made use of this space by adding an insta frame and a small journaling card
Front of the pocket on the left.
i added an envelope (right) and decorated it with diecut film strip and some stickers
More diecut film strip on this side of the envelope and a fussy cut, layered element.
A crazy tag on the top. This is chipboard painted, stenciled, washi taped and a photo spot. Can see the back of the tag in the picture below
The longl thing on the right is a tall envelope. This is the flap which I covered with dotted cardstock and added a photo spot.
The flap opens to reveal photo spots on the left and loads of journaling space on the right (inside of the flap).
Back of the tall envelope on the left and a layered 3×4 card on the right
Back and front of a ‘crazy’ tag.
Foundation pocket from the snap collection embellished with some stickers. This contains some stamped tokens (see below)
A little pocket (top right) carrying some tags. (below)
Back and front of another ‘crazy’ tag
Another 3×4 card. love this polaroid stamp. so useful.
Ended the book with a huge ‘Foundation pocket’ which I adorned with stamped labels, enamel dots and some washi tape and made a large tag to go inside it in addition to smaller bingo elements.