Last month I shared a project with you which demonstrated another cool way to use your bind-it-all machine in order to make a fun and functional jewellery or accessory holder.
I absolutely love it, and find it so easy to find the exact necklace I want instead of poking through drawers in my jewellery box. Well, during a visit to my house for a girlie movie night, when we ate popcorn and watched Twilight, Andie spied my new creation and with a sparkle in her eye revealed that she wanted one too. And of course to no surprise to me, she didn’t care what design it was as long as it was PINK!
So here is the finished piece for Andie, complete with pink background as requested, and black accents. I chose to use flourishes and a monogram style, along with some fairies and bling . Can’t really get much more girly than that.
She loved it.
To see the original accessory holder that I made for myself, check out my previous blog post here.
A4 Chipboard or piece of cardboard from a paper pad
Bind it all machine
Bind it all wire
White Gesso & paint brush
Black embossing powder
Versamark embossing ink
Tim Holtz grunge frame rubber stamp
Making Memories Foam Stamps – Dingbags
Dovecraft Clear stamps – Fantasy Fairies
Dovecraft Clear stamps – Fantasy Emlems
Large eyelet & black sharpie