Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Play Book

Hello everyone! Hope you all have a great start into 2015! Sorry that I've not posted here for quite a few days due to my busy schedule. However, I will begin posting as usual from today onwards. 

Today's project is a mini book which I've created using Clear Scraps acrylic brag bag album and Marion Smith Designs papers. I've used tons of gorgeous Petaloo flowers to embellish it.

These flowers are amazing and perfect with this book to create a little soft and feminine look.

This is a very unique play book where little kids can play paper doll dress up and take pictures of them with a custom background. Check out the pages in it and you'll understand what I'm saying.

The paper dolls are pieces not attached to the book. You can move them onto any pages you want. The clothes are attached to thin acrylic pieces which I've cut out from an acrylic 12 x 12 pieces and lay them on top of each page. The background are attached onto each page of the book.

When you put the paper dolls in between the thin acrylic piece and the background page, this is what you get.  

Chloe love this play book and had so much fun dressing the dolls up and took some photographs of them with the backgrounds. She also changed up some backgrounds while photo shooting by simply changing the thin acrylic piece for each page.

Hope you all like this play book and got some fun ideas from it. Happy experimenting!

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Sources: Acrylic Products: Clear Scraps; Pattern Papers: Marion Smith Designs; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks, Golden; Flowers and butterflies: Petaloo; Others: ZVA Creative crystals, Blue Fern Studio chipboard, twine, brads, lace, Beacon and other adhesives.

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