Medusa Mini Planner Notebook Tutorial

September 02, 2019 1 Comment

Medusa Mini Planner Notebook Tutorial

Hello Everyone! Today I am so excited to share with you my Design Team project for Kindred Stamps as well as a Full step by step Tutorial for you to make your own! For my Planner Notebook, I am featuring the NEW super Awesome Medusa Clear Stamp Set from the Kindred Stamps August 2019 Release! I just Adore this new stamp set, it is so unique and so much fun to add to your planner, or any other project!

 Let's get started! To create your own Planner Notebook you are going to need the following supplies.

Copic Markers used:
Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000, E0000
Snakes and Dress: V09, V15, BV00, BV000, BG45, BG15, BG01, BG10
Black: 100, C7, C5, C3, C1
Pink: RV04, RV21, RV000

Distress Ink Pad and Distress Ink Spray used:
Background: Vintage Photo.

Other Supplies used:
Blending Cardstock
Foam Tape
Dries Clear Glue
Pattern Paper in various patterns and colors
Black Cardstock
Craft Chipboard
Paper Bead Roller
Jewelry Pliers
Metal Spider
Purple Twine
Triple Thick Gloss Glaze
Small Paint Brush
Ornate Frame Die (Cut 1- Chipboard, Cut 1- Blk Cardstock.) 
Spider Web Die (Cut 1- Chipboard.) 
Spider Die(Cut 2- Chipboard, Cut 2-Blk Cardstock.)
Small Skull Die (Cut 1- Chipboard.) 
2 Coordinating Paper Flowers
Happy Notes Mini Planner Notebook
Laminator
Laminating Sheet 3mm
Heavy Duty Disc Planner Punch
toothpicks
air dry clay

Step 1: Cut your desired Pattern Paper for the front of your Mini Notes down to 3 1/4" wide x 4 1/4" tall. Laminate your front cover and then use a planner punch for discs to punch your cover holes. (repeat this same process for your back cover as well.)

Step 2: Glue the Chipboard Spider Web die cut to the top right corner of your cover. 

Step 3: Next Glue the Chipboard Ornate Frame to the Black Ornate Frame Die Cut together and attach to the center of your front cover. 

Step 4: Then Glue your 2 coordinating flowers to the bottom right corner of your cover as shown in the photo above.

Step 5: Using only the center cut out portion of the chipboard ornate frame, position the Long Hair Stencil over the die cut, and then Use Distress Ink in Vintage Photo to blend over the stencil. Once done blending remove the stencil, and then spray the blended die cut with Vintage Photo Ink Spray as shown above.

Step 6: Using Foam Tape attach the Distress Ink Blended die cut to the center of the Ornate Frame.

Step 7: Glue the Black Spider die cuts over the Chipboard Spider die cuts and then attach them to your front cover.

Step 8: Blend Vintage Photo around the edges of the Chipboard Skull and attach to the front of your cover as shown above.

Step 9: Create your paper beads by cutting long tapered paper strips from various pattern papers. Using a bead rolling tool, roll the beads and then glue the end to fasten. (you can use toothpicks and a piece of clay to create a diy drying rack for your beads.)

Step 10: Place your paper beads on toothpicks and then using a small paint brush coat each bead with Triple Thick Gloss Glaze. Then place the toothpicks holding the beads into your clay drying rack. Once your beads are dry you can remove them from the toothpicks.

Step 11: Cut a piece of Purple Twine about 15" long. String 2 of your finished beads onto each end of the twine, and your spider charm onto one side. Then Tie a knot onto each end of your bookmark to finish. Place your bookmark along the inside pages of your Planner Notebook.

Step 12: Stamp the super Adorable Medusa image onto your choice of Blending Cardstock. Color the image in with your choice of coloring medium. I have listed the Copic Markers above in the supply list that I used.

Step 13: To finish Fussy cut Medusa out, and then attach her to the front of your planner notebook with foam tape for some added dimension.

Also don't forget to join in all the Kindred Stamps fun by adding your creations to the Facebook Fan Page.

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope that my project has inspired you to try out your own creations with these super Adorable stamps.

Hugs, Mindy



1 Response

Gab
Gab

September 02, 2019

Oh wow, this is just so cute!!!

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