Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Embellish with the Bind It All


One of my favorite layouts that I designed for The Angel Company's new Inspiration Book features my daughter Katelyn and the new Willoughby collection. What a great combination.

I added the punched detail on the left with my Bind It All and knotted ribbon through the holes. I love finding new ways to use my tools. This all-in-one punches holes as well as applies the binding wire to make the handiest books, like the one that is currently featured on the TAC web site. (While you're there, register to win some Toodle Loo paper!)
You can also make that notebook paper look, like the detail on this page by snipping away a little bit at the edge with scissors. It's such a fun look, and just another way you can use this cool tool!

You can get your Bind It All for HALF PRICE by having a workshop with TAC. A $100 order qualifies as a workshop, so you can show a catalog to a few friends and have an instant party! In addition to getting an item at half price, you recieve a free Hostess Set and as the hostess all your items are 20% off! Email me to get your catalog or to place an order today.

7 comments:

Nany said...

Like always I love your work...Check my blog for your reward

lapenelopedu54 said...

a good idea. Thanks

Rhonda said...

I love this layout.
I just got my new TAC book a couple of weeks ago and I noticed that layout the first trip through the book. It is beautiful, you did a wonderful job. And I love how you added the embellishments!
Thanks for sharing and congrats on being one of the designers in the catalog.

Flybabymom said...

I didn't see where on the TAC website to register to win the free Toodle Loo paper...

flybabymom said...

My bad! I didn't look in the right place! :)

Barefootstamper said...

This page is gorgeous!

You got a shout out for Scrapbook Saturday, over at Card of the Week.com. You can check out the original post at http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/07/scrapbook-satur.html

If you would like an "I was featured on" badge for your blog, please email me at barefootstamper.com and I will send you the code. The link will take you back to your feature article.

Karen from PA said...

This is so beautiful. I love how you used the bind-it-all.