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Monday, September 24, 2007

Mini Scrapbook Coaster Magnets

Here is a super easy project that I made to demonstrate at a couple of Funshops. This is a mini scrapbook page attached onto a chipboard coaster and the back has a magnet glued on to it so that you can hang it on your fridge or file cabinet or desk, etc... These are so easy to make with The Angel Company's beautiful paper packs. You already have the coordinating papers and tags and all you have to do is cut the paper to size and add a few embellishments and you're done!

(The first coaster uses the paper & tag from the Kamalaht paper pack.)


The stamp sets that I used on all of the coasters are TAC's "More Abundance" which is absolutely perfect for this project and great for other scrapbooking projects as well. I also used "Running Stitches" on the bottom of the tags to give the tags a little extra embellishing. I inked the stamp once and stamped it onto the tag and then without reinking, I stamped the same stamp twice more. This is what gives it the fading look.

The second coaster uses the paper & tag from the Hemingway paper pack.)


On the corners of each coaster I stamped one of the images from "Artsy Elements" (LOVE this stamp set--it is SO versatile!!) in Noir Palette ink and then used another one of my absolute favorite products--Souffle pens--to add the colored dots. The dots just give the scrapbook page the little extra color that is needed to finish it off. The tags on each coaster are attached on pop dots which give the page dimension. I also went around the edges of each coaster with Noir Palette ink to give the edges a little color as well.

(The last coaster uses the tag & papers from Mia's Cottage (tag & striped paper) and from Sands of Time (background paper.)

See! I told you it was easy!! It makes a great gift for a family member or friend also!!

9 comments:

  1. Jen, these are all really great! I might have to try this.

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  2. Oooo.... I love them all! Great idea too!
    :-)

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  3. These are super cute - what a great idea! TFS!!

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  4. What a fun project! I have to try it!

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  5. These are absolutely fabulous!!

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  6. What a cute idea and love the pictures of your son - what a cutie! Bless~

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