**Thanks for waiting for the next mystery installment. As Elizabeth noted, if we pretend this is Nancy Drew, the villain virus has been thwarted and we can now move on to our next clue. Please excuse the poor quality and blunders in the video. I had to record it quickly with my nikon point and shoot since I couldn't access my nice one on our sick PC.
Hello again! Aly Dosdall here with another day in our Creative Adventure. I'm so excited that you've joined me in this project! Thanks for your trust and for your participation. I hope you don't feel any pressure if you can't get to everything each day. What's so cool about this project is you can always come back to these posts when you have the time to complete the next part of the project. The magic of the internet allows us to do this at our own pace. Remember that you can always add more to this project later on as time allows. What more can you ask for?? Here is today's video:
**Note to digital scrappers: you can do this project too! If you'd like to print out your digital part and use the 7x5 mounting board (or chipboard) you can. Or you can create a 7x5 photo book on Shutterfly or a similar website. CLICK HERE to download a free layered template for this project.
Here are instructions for today if you can't view the video:
1. For the front cover, adhere one 3x5 block of patterned paper along the left side of one of the cut blocks of mounting board/chipboard. Adhere the 4x5 block next to that on the right side. Cover the seam with your ribbon and add an embellishment along the ribbon. Flip over the front cover (horizontally, not vertically) and adhere one 3x5 block of patterned paper against the right side of the mounting board. Add the ribbon along the left edge of the patterned paper with an embellishment on top as in the photo below.
2. For the back cover, adhere the 7x5 block of patterned paper to another block of the cut mounting board. Flip it over horizontally and adhere one 3x5 block of pp along the left side of the mounting board. Add a strip of ribbon along the right edge of the pp with an embellishment over the top of the ribbon as in the photo below.
3. For the inside pages (there will be 12 of these) adhere one 3x5 block of patterned paper along the left edge of a cut block of mounting board. Add a strip of ribbon along the right edge of the pp with an embellishment on top. Flip the mounting board horizontally and add a 3x5 block of pp along the right edge of the mounting board. Then add a strip of ribbon along the left edge of the pp with an embellishment on top as in the photo below.
**Remember, tomorrow is GIVE.AWAY.DAY. (woo hoo!) so you've got some time to catch up. See you Friday!