Friday, 30 May 2014

Accordion Ticket Book


Over on Simon Says Blog there is a fab project tutorial by Anna Karin using the new TH Sizzix big ticket die which you can see here. I used weathered wood, iced spruce and gathered twig distress ink for the tickets and vintage photo distress stain for the hangers.


I used frayed burlap and faded jeans distress inks to create the backgrounds using the TH classics stamp sets. I edged all the sides in walnut stain distress ink.


Added a few more elements, some tissue tape, rub ons, stamping, frameworks die cuts, distress paint, idea-ology stickers, alphabet letters and string.

***Edited*** I don't have the ticket die, I made it with my trimmer, scoreboard and punch.

13 comments:

Neet said...

Love it - just up my street - now Sam - you have made me want to buy that die!
Hugs, Neet xx

Lin said...

Sam this is gorgeous!!.I love those colours together..and hmmm may have to save for that die lolxxx

Julie Ann Lee said...

I love the big ticket die and I love what you have done with it! This is gorgeous! Julie Ann xxx

Helen said...

oh Sam, it's fabulous!!

Deborah said...

Looks fabulous Sam.

isisimaginings.com said...

That's gorgeous Sam.

Chris said...

Love this Sam. Great colours and stamped background. I was so tempted to buy the dies myself. Had to sit on my hands lol

Chris xx

chrissies said...

Fantastic Sam--you certainly made the best of the die

Love Chrissie x

craftimamma said...

What a fabulous make Sam! Wonderful colours and love the way you used the frameworks die. Brilliant stamping!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Alison said...

Love this, a fab project Sam! xxx

Sandy said...

What a neat idea! But you always have good ideas!!
Sandy xx

hazel said...

Absolutely fabulous Sam, I must look out for that die.
xxx Hazel.

butterfly said...

So glad my catch up got me this far - this is a top favourite for me. Adore the layered stamping in the background in my favourite colour combination, and the tickets and tiny clipboard frames are fabulous... love this!!
Alison xx

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