Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Journal Note Book with Xyron and DCWV

Hello to all !!!

 


Today I have two fabulous brands coming together on my blog-DCWV and Xyron----Both have a name and place of honour in the world crafting industry and need no introduction. DCWV pattern papers are on every crafters table and are known world wide.
Xyron makes the best adhesive and laminating machines with variations and the combination of both result in beautiful projects.

I have created  vintage journal note book using the DCWV 12/12 Premium Paper stack-Letters From Home.


Together with this, I have used the Xyron Creative Station Lite 5" , Xyron Tape Runner and Xyron  Mega Runner

Xyron gives the perfect adhesive support to the papers helping in creating quick fuss free projects.


Here is the short video of the project followed by step by step pictures on creating this.




Gather all the supplies


Cut three pieces of chip board 2-4.5x 6.5 inches , 1-6.5" x 1.5"
Cut a pattern paper 8" x 12 " from DCWV paper stack


Pass the chip board pieces through Creative station lite to apply adhesive.

Remove the plastic paper on top by giving a good rub.

Adhere on the pattern paper as shown.

Use Mega tape runner to fold in the edges to make the cover

Add pattern paper inside the cover using mega runner.

Cut pattern papers in various size and score all of them at 1/4 " on the left side. Apply adhesive using tape runner.

Attach the flaps and pages by adhere the scored fold line starting from the centre spine beginning from right score line and finishing on the left score line. Flaps and mats can be adhered in between also.

cut out the journalling note cards from the stack and insert in the note book as required.

Finish the cover by applying adhesive using tape runner on the cut work pattern paper, included in the stack. Fussy cut some flowers and add on top. Repeat on the back side too.


I hope you enjoyed my post. Do visit www.xyron.com for all products. Thanks for stopping by.





 
              

2 comments:

  1. I have always wanted to create something like this. Thanks for the inspiration.

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