Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Fundraiser Sample - again

I hosted a fundraiser for our local Relay for Life team on May 22nd called Hilliard Craft Camp 2010.  It was a paper crafting event, with fun things every hour during the 12 hour event!  It was a great time and we raised $1200 for the RFL!
This is a paper-bag scrapbook I created as a sample for this event.  Every participant recieved a paperbag scrapbook base, a sheet of Bo Bunny card stock stickers (donated by Simon Says Stamps) and tons more (a $40+ value).  I demonstrated the how-to's for this project.  I thought it was a perfect project for this weeks The Shabby Tea Room challenge, since it's covered in polka-dots, my favorite pattern!  I'm new to their challenges, but have always really loved Debbies sense of style and craftmanship. 
These are the first two pages, when designing small books, I use the same layout on each page, and just turn it to keep it interesting.  I will be creating a small card to tuck under the bag flap on the left (under the green scallops) with a photo.  The green flower on the right is the handle for the card that is tucked inside the opening of the bag.

This is a photo of the card pulled out a little bit.  I used my scallop punch to make the negative space on the bag and placed a positive shape on the card as the handle.

This is the center layout of the book.  Again it has the same layout throughout the book.

This is the same as the first two pages, it has a pull-out on the right and a photo will be tucked in behind the what scallops on the left behind the bag flap.


milli said...

Wow, this is just so great! Love all the details!

Cheryl Nelson said...

This could not be cuter!! LOVE it!!

Kazan Clark said...

what a stunner! inside and out :)
thanks for joining us at 2S4Y
:) Kazan

Debbie said...

You are absolutely right ... the perfect project for the fundraiser and for the Tea Room this week! CONGRATS TO YOU for earning so much money for such a great cause! Thanks for the {sweet} remarks!! We loved seeing your design this week for the Tea Room challenge and hope that you will come back and play with us weekly :)

Nicole said...

How cute is this!?! Love it! Great job with this polka dot challenge! Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR!:)

Audrey Pettit said...

This is absolutely adorable. Love that you did this project for a fundraiser, and congrats on earning all that money for RFL! That is fabulous, indeed.
Thanks for playing with us at The Shabby Tea Room.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is so pretty! love the color combination!