Since I've started working this year I decided I was going to start Project Life. Not to replace my scrapbooking but as a way to supplement it and work on those extra's pictures.

However I found I like alot of cards besides just PL and couldn't find an organizer I liked. My husband sketched this out with me and built it for me! All of it has stadium seating and the sections are all change-able as the dividers can be moved.

Onto the new adventure!

Here is a great, easy tutorial on how to get that chalkboard look that is so popular right now in the crafting world.



Supplies:

Black Cardstock

Stamp of your choice

White Ink Pad

Embossing Ink Pad

White Embossing Powder

Heating Gun

Perfect Crafting Pouch



Directions:

1. To start cut a piece of black cardstock to the size you desire.











2. Using the Perfect Crafting Pouch, rub the entire piece of cardstock with it so you won't get any stray embossing powder on your project.

3. Using the stamp and the embossing ink, ink the image onto the black cardstock.






4. Pour the white embossing powder on the image. Tap to get excess powder off.

5. Heat with a heat gun to set powder in.

6. Stamp the image in the white ink and then stamp the image again on your paper, slightly next to the embossed image (you want it to appear a little fuzzy)






7. To ink the edges use the white ink pad. This will give it that used, chalkboard type look to it!





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Hello :) I'm Danielle, in my 30's and truly enjoy a crafty life. When I have free time I love to create with paper, vinyl, wood, paint - really anything I can get my hands on. I've been crafting since I was 5 (all thanks to my fabulous mom!), when I joined a weekly girls craft club in town. Wow, did that ever change my life! The wheels of creativity are always going. I see things for what they can be, instead of what they are now. My blog is my creative playground, the place I go to let my imagination run.
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