4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 5

Star Spangled 4th of July

Star Spangled 4th of July

Home Decor with Petaloo and Authentique Honor Collection

Hello, Friends! Here we are at the end of June and I’m getting ready to celebrate a star spangled 4th of July with these fun Star Spangled home decor projects.  All three were made with gorgeous Petaloo flowers and  Authentique’s Honor collection.

4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 1

If ever there was a holiday that called for a banner, the 4th of July is it!  I have this banner hanging on my living room mantle and I find I want to sing “America the Beautiful” every time I pass by.  It’s fairly large: each pennant measures 4″ wide x 6″ tall, so the banner spans about 3 feet from end to end.

Banners have to be one of the hardest items to photograph…but I love ’em, so I just keep on making them!  If any of you have found a foolproof way to photograph banners, I’d love to hear from you!  To make it easier for you to see the details, I have some close up shots below.

4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 3

I love sparklers and fireworks on the 4th of July, so I worked with glittering jeweled flowers and sparkling sugared blossoms and vintage velvet blooms that look like the nighttime sky!

4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 4

To add to the fun of this banner I dressed it up with  ribbon streamers, burlap loops and  Petaloo flowers.

4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 5

Just look at these precious faces! Can’t you hear them belting out a rousing version of “God Bless America”?

4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 7

The color match between these Petaloo Flowers and the Authentique papers couldn’t be more perfect!

4th of July Banner by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 8

I’m so very thankful for the men and women who have chosen to serve in our military.  This touching image reminds me that every single one of them leaves behind loved ones who cherish them and feel their absence deeply.  Men and women of the military, we do salute you, and thank you for your service!

Star Spangled Home Decor

To go along with my mantle display, I altered an old glass milk bottle and dressed it up for the 4th of July.

Altered Milk Bottle by Kathy Clement for Petaloo International Product Authentique Honor Photo 01

I painted the clear bottle with a layer of gesso.  When that had dried, I added a layer of Deco Art Whisper Glass paint.  The final coat was Ranger Picket Fence Distress Crackle paint and I love the way i the surface chipped and peeled as it dried.  I added some fancy pinwheels from the Dollar Store. along with  red and blue sparklers and some bodacious Burgundy and White Sugared Blossoms.  This really dressed that old glass bottle up for the holiday!

Star Spangled Greeting Card

Since I had all these goodies out on my work desk, I used the leftover bits and bobs to create a special card to match the ensemble.

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This Blue Vintage Velvet Peony is a real show stopper!  I glued it to some sparklers and then tucked a shabby chic bow made with custom dyed seam binding beneath it. The background paper was dry embossed with a star folder, then tapped with Versamark and heat embossed with white embossing powder.  I painted the Cherish chippie with Black Soot Distress Ink and heat dried it.  Then I carefully wrote on the surface with Art Institute Dries Clear Adhesive and  dipped in red glitter.  I love the effect, don’t you?

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Here’s a peeky at the inside of the card. The top half sports a little envelope and note card.

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And I love this sentiment on the bottom half of the card.

I hope I shared some home decor ideas that you’ll want to incorporate into your 4th of July celebration.  We’re getting together with the family and some friends for a cookout and games.  Whatever your plans are, I wish you a very safe and happy 4th of July.

Thanks for stopping by!  Now go get your craft on!

Cheerio,

kathy

Petaloo Products Used in these Projects

Red Jeweled Flowers x 5 SKU: 1133-005

Sugared Blooms x 4 Burgundy SKU: 1130-120

Mixed Textured Blossoms x 4 Red SKU: 1256-212

Botanica Petite’s x 11 Red ITEM: 1101-005

Vintage Velvet Minis x 9 Red ITEM: 1139-005

Burlap Blossoms x 4 Ivory SKU: 1200-200

MixedTextured Blossoms x 4 Ivory SKU: 1256-200

Botanica Blooms x 4 White SKU: 1102-100

Botanica Petite’s x 11 White SKU: 1101-100

Sugared Blooms x 4 Royal Blue SKU: 1130-122

Sugared Mini’s x 11 Royal Blue SKU: 1131-122

Velvet Lilacs x 2 Royal Blue New Avail 2/20/15
ITEM: 1112-122

Vintage Velvet Peonies x 4 Blue
ITEM: 1138-122

Other Products:

Authentique Honor Collection Pack

Really Reasonable Ribbon: Silky Crush Navy Blue Ribbon, Rayon Seam BindingNatural Burlap String,
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts 10 Words Chippies

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Chin Up Buttercup!

Chin Up Buttercup Tri-Fold Encouragement Card for Really Reasonable Ribbon

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Hello Ribbon Lovers!  I have had the best time this month playing with the Citrus Ribbons in the June Ribbon Club Assortment!  I have played and played with these pretty ribbons and used up just about every single scrap.   I had just enough left to squeeze in one more June Ribbon Club project before we turn the calendar over to the month of July.  I think you’re going to get a grin or two out of this Chin Up Buttercup tri-fold greeting card made with Simple Stories Bloom and Grow papers.

Chin Up Buttercup Tri Fold Card by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product  Simple Stories Bloom and Grow Photo 1

 

It’s pretty hard not to smile when you’re working with these sunshiny ribbons! To begin this card,   Tangerine Delicate Stitched Satin and Citrus Striped Chevron Grosgrain were layered to create a header. Then I topped this with a little medallion that says, appropriately, “Chin Up Buttercup!”

 

Chin Up Buttercup Tri Fold Card by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product  Simple Stories Bloom and Grow Photo 3

 

Next, I wove Citrus Paint Splatter Grosgrain through the pickets in this rusted garden fence.  Then I got busy layering up a double bow made with the last of my Maize Diamond Satin Ribbon and the Paint Splatter Grosgrain.

 

Bee Happy Tri Fold Card by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product  Simple Stories Bloom and Grow Photo 2

 

I’ve been walking in my neighborhood every morning, and finding the most gorgeous mailbox gardens I’ve ever seen, and that inspired me to fill this fence in with a bounty of pretty Petaloo flowers.

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Now take a peek at the inside of the card, with just the first panel opened.

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And here it is opened all the way up. Honestly, I can’t look at this card without grinning…it’s those gnomes!!!!

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Finally, I stuffed the pockets with cute tags and postcards.  Imagine how much fun it would be to receive this in the mail!  It would turn a frown upside down in a hurry! That little snippet of Maize Honeycomb Satin was just the right size to slip into that red paperclip and top with a button.  The card says, “Don’t let the little things bug you.”

I loved this ribbon club so much that I kind of hate to see the month of June fade away. But it’s all good….July brings a brand new ribbon club assortment with it, and since I’ve had a sneaky peek of it, I know it’s going to be fun to play with, too!

Thanks for stopping by!  Now go get your craft on!

Cheerio,
kathy

 

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Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial

Gypsy Laser Soul Guest Designer: Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial

Hello, Friends!  I’m having such a good time guest designing for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts this month!  Today, I have a Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet tutorial to share with you.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 02I paired some fabulous GSL chippies up with Graphic 45 DIY papers and some elements from Botanicabella.  Here’s a supply list for your convenience.

Supply List for Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial

  • GSL Butterfly of Gears
  • GSL  Mixed Media Fragments 2
  • GSL Faux Metal Number Plates
  • Distress Paint: Ripe Persimmon, Spiced Marmalade, Carved Pumpkin, Dried Marigold, Rusty Hinge, Wild Honey
  • Stampendous Aged Black Embossing Enamel
  • Bronze Mica Flakes
  • Metal Gear pieces
  • Graphic 45 DIY paper roll (Curiosity Collage and Butterflies)
  • Graphic 45 Botanicabella Deluxe Collector’s Edition
  • Graphic 45 Washi tape
  • Prima Gold Crackle Texture Paste
  • Tall Coin Envelopes
  • Small magnets
  • Manila tag

Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial

Check out How to Steampunk Chipboard Butterfly Embellishment by Kathy Clement on Snapguide.

 

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 03

Two coin envelope flaps were glued together to create a wallet and covered with Graphic 45 DIY paper.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet  Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 01

I trimmed down the Mixed Media Fragment squares to fit the height of my envelope, then used it as a stencil for my embossing paste. I then heat embossed the chippie with Aged Black Embossing Enamel.  Once the paste on the envelope had dried, I glued the chipboard fragment down with Glossy Accents.  I had to use a few hinge clips to hold it in place until it had dried.  I threaded buttons and hot glued them in place.  The faux metal number plate was tapped with paint, then glued in place.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 05The wallet has a side flap opening.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 06Here it is all opened up and decorated with elements from Graphic 45 Botanicabella. I kept everything on the inside “flat” so that the wallet could close with ease.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 07The left side is a sleeve with a magnetic opening.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 08It contains a decorated manila tag.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 09

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 12I cut one of the envelope sides off to create a slash pocket, then filled it with pretty postcards.  This is a great place to write a personal greeting, mount photos on the reverse side of the post cards or tuck in a gift card.

GSL Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Product by Graphic 45 DIY and Botanicabella Papers 11It’s a really pretty little ensemble.

Thanks so much for joining me today.  I hope you enjoyed this Steampunk Butterfly Gift Wallet Tutorial.  You can find more ideas and inspiration on the GSL BLOG.

Now go get your craft on!

Cheerio,

kathy

We All Scream for Ice Cream

We All Scream for Ice Cream for RRR Sizzlin’ Summer Colors Challenge

RRRChallengeBadgeHello, Friends!  Remember this little chant from your childhood?  I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! I can remember jumping rope to this little ditty, throwing it in at the end of counting for hide and seek, and shouting it while my friends and I played on the swings.  It is one of those magical phrases that takes me right back to the sunny, carefree summer days of childhood.  And since the newest challenge at Really Reasonable Ribbon is Sizzlin’ Summer Colors, I found myself grinning and reciting these playful words while making this ice cream themed card.

IcWe All Scream for Ice Cream Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Simple Stories Sunshine and Happiness for Petaloo International Summer Fun 01I combined several ribbons from the June Ribbon Club Assortment with the fresh images and sizzlin’ summer colors of Simple Stories Sunshine & Happiness paper collection.  Don’t these colors remind you of cool refreshing sherbet, Creamsicles and ice cold popsicles?  Quick, somebody bring me my flip-flops and a hula hoop!

We All Scream for Ice Cream Ice Cream Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Simple Stories Sunshine and Happiness for Petaloo International Summer Fun 02After stitching several panels of the paper onto white cardstock, I layered them up with foam dimensionals.  Then, I created a super pouftacular triple layer bow with Maize Taffeta, Tangerine Checkerboard Satin and Citrus Sheer Dots Ribbon and topped it off with a hot pink button from my stash.

We All Scream for Ice Cream Ice Cream Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Simple Stories Sunshine and Happiness for Petaloo International Summer Fun 03Blackberries are my favorite summer fruit , so I added in this totes adorbs  fuchsia flowering berry pick from Petaloo.  I curled the stems around the end of my craft pick to add some fun texture to the arrangement.

We All Scream for Ice Cream Ice Cream Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Simple Stories Sunshine and Happiness for Petaloo International Summer Fun 05

On the inside of this 5″ x7″ top fold card, I created a little pocket and decorated it with more fun ice cream elements from the paper collection.  There’s a little journaling card in the pocket so that a personal note can be added to the card.

We All Scream for Ice Cream Ice Cream Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Simple Stories Sunshine and Happiness for Petaloo International Summer Fun 04And because I was having so much fun, I decorated above the fold, too, making a little tag pocket that’s also the perfect size to hold a gift card.  I added Tangerine Cross Hatch Satin to the top of my tag, and tied it off with ivory burlap string.

We All Scream for Ice Cream Birthday Card by Kathy Clement Simple Stories Sunshine and Happiness for Petaloo International Summer Fun 06The tag is hand stamped, and the decorated with border stickers from the collection.

Be sure to stop by the Really Reasonable Ribbon BLOG where you’ll find more Sizzlin’ Summer inspiration, and the details for this challenge so you can join the party and share YOUR Sizzlin’ Summer creation with us.

Now, just for fun (and you know you want to, say it with me)

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream!

Didn’t that feel just like summer?

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble with RRR June Citrus Ribbon Club Assortment

Hello, Friends!  It’s summer…maybe not on the calendar, but here in North Carolina, the grass is growing faster than we can cut it, flowers are blooming everywhere, afternoon heat is producing almost daily thunderstorms, and the bees are buzzing about like pollen covered dirigibles!  All this summery goodness inspired me to create a little Orange Blossom Honey gift ensemble using the inspiring ribbons from the Really Reasonable Ribbon  Citrus Ribbon Assortment.

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensembleby Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 01Oh, how I love these glorious ribbons!   They were the perfect playmate for this honey toned “It’s the Bee’s Knees” Creativity Kit from Polly’s Paper Studio Etsy. I began by creating a 7″ wide x 5″ tall top fold card base from kraft cardstock.  After embossing it with a honeycomb folder, I sponged it lightly with Black Soot Distress Ink and spritzed it liberally with Tattered Angels Marigold Glimmer Mist.  After this was heat dried, I splattered more mist all over the card base.  Then i was ready to build my card layers.

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 06I stitched paper from the collection to a scrap of burlap fabric that I had in my stash.  This was topped with a piece of Honeycomb Maize Satin Ribbon tied in a simple square knot.  The other layers were stitched onto kraft cardstock, and then I added them to the card with foam dots.  I created a belly band by layering Tangerine Cross Hatch Ribbon over Maize Diamond Satin Ribbon.  This was such a pretty combo, that I went to work tying a spectacular double loop/triple loop bow with the same ribbons.  Then I topped them with a Burlap Wild Sunflower and a vintage button from my stash.

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 05Here’s a close up of the details.  Instead of tossing my little ribbon scraps, I trimmed the ends, stapled them together and glued them under the honeybee image.  I will be sure to do this again, as it’s a great way to use those little pieces of ribbon, and it looks so cute!

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 03The inside of the card contains two pockets.  One holds a fun sentiment tag, while the other holds a tea bag (lemon yellow, of course!) and a Ghiradelli chocolate square.

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 04Adding just a touch of honeycomb maize satin to this tag really made it cute! And I tied my honeybee charm onto the tag with just a scrap of natural burlap string.

With phase one of the Orange Blossom Honey gift ensemble completed, I could move on to phase II.

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 07I was having so much fun, that I went on to create this pretty notepad holder to complete this Orange Blossom Honey gift ensemble.  I’ve made hundreds and hundreds of these over the years, and they make such a nice gift!

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 10After building the chipboard notebook base, I decorated it with paper from my stash, then layered on elements from the creativity kit, more Maize Diamond Satin Ribbon, some gears, and a lovely cabochon.  Just a touch of black burlap string beneath the Petaloo Burlap Sunflower made it pop off the page.

Orange Blossom Honey Gift Ensemble by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Bees Knees Creativity Kit  from Polly's Paper Studio Etsy 11The inside contains a slash pocket on the left hand side, stuffed with tags and a 4″ x 6″ post it pad on the right.  Now you’ll be happy to write down your to-do list!

I need to make up a bunch of these to have on hand for last minute gifts.  Summer is such a busy time, it’s always nice to have something on hand.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

 

Pastels and Pearls Wedding Card

Pastels and Pearls Wedding Card for Frilly and Funkie Challenge

Hello, Friends!  It’s time for a brand new challenge on the Frilly and Funkie blog.  This time, Nancy is our host and the challenge theme is Pastels and Pearls.  Nancy would like us to  create a vintage or shabby chic project that features a pastel color palette and includes pearls.   It was a short leap from this challenge theme to this pastels and pearls wedding card!

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Once again, I pulled out my Graphic 45 A Ladies’ Diary papers and spent a lovely morning making this shabby chic pastels and pearls wedding card.

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This 5″ x 7″ side fold card is pretty straightforward.  Lots of layers, pretty pastel papers, fussy cutting, matted images, and just a touch of pearls.  The focal image is actually one I’d saved from the old Graphic 45 A Place in Time June paper.  I love this sweet image of a bride being attended by children.

 

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I used this antique silver optical lens as a picture frame.  It was painted with Antique Linen Distress Paint, and sprinkled with glitter while the paint was still wet.  I added one perfect little half back pearl to the frame.  Inside the frame, I scattered clear micro beads.  It’s hard to see in the photo, but in real life, it is so pretty.

Pastels and Pearls  Wedding Card for Frilly and Funkie,  Graphic 45 Ladies' Diary Wedding Card by Kathy Clement 03You know me and my button topped bows.  This ivory satin ribbon had the look and feel of a vintage wedding dress, so it got to join the wedding party.

Pastels and Pearls  Wedding Card for Frilly and Funkie,  Graphic 45 Ladies' Diary Wedding Card by Kathy Clement 06This sweet little chipboard tag was the perfect finishing touch, so I just had to add it in.

Pastels and Pearls  Wedding Card for Frilly and Funkie,  Graphic 45 Ladies' Diary Wedding Card by Kathy Clement 07The inside is fully decorated with a couple of pockets and a hand stamped sentiment tag.

Pastels and Pearls  Wedding Card for Frilly and Funkie,  Graphic 45 Ladies' Diary Wedding Card by Kathy Clement 05That’s my take on this Pastels and Pearls Challenge.  No outrageous techniques this time. Just a traditional pastels and pearls wedding card.

Of course, you are invited to play along in this lovely challenge.  Just create a vintage or shabby chic project following the theme and link it up at the Frilly and Funkie Blog before 11:55 PM on June 28, 2016.  The winner will earn the chance of a Guest DT spot  at Frilly and Funkie, and everyone who enters and follows the rules will go into the draw for the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique. And there are Top 3 Badges for three further outstanding entries, chosen by the Design Team.

You’ll find all the details and the Linky Tool HERE.

I just love a June wedding…

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

The Funkie Junkie Boutique Product Links

 


Steampunk Debutante Tag Tutorial

Steampunk Debutante Tag Tutorial for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts

Hello, Friends!  I’m thrilled to be guest designing for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts again today! When I found fabulous Steampunk chippies in my goodie box from Gypsy Soul, I knew just what I wanted to do with them.  I hope this Steampunk Debutante Tag tutorial will get your creative juices flowing, too.

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 03

I love all the colors and dimension and whimsy on this heavy weight tag.  The chipboard base is incredibly thick and strong…so much so that I decided to add a little waterfall folio to the reverse side.

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 06

How fun is that?  You can display this as home decor, and load your favorite photos and journaling on the back side.

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 08It even has a pocket!

This tag is loaded with gorgeous chippies and fun details.  At first glance it may look more complicated than a project you’d like to tackle.  But like the old saying, “Yard by yard, life is hard; inch by inch it’s a cinch,” following the easy steps in my Snapguide tutorial will break things down and make it easy!

 

Check out How to Create a Chipboard Steampunk Debutante Tag by Kathy Clement on Snapguide.

Here are a few more photos to whet your appetite!

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 02

Foam dimensionals are a girl’s best friend, and they helped me add loads of depth and dimension to the design.

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 01I love this Steampunk Gent and his funky top hat!

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 04This pocket watch is filled with beads, mini gears and one of the stickers from the collection.

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 05And look how cool the embossed gears are!  The little metal clip on the side holds the folio on the reverse closed.

Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio by Kathy Clement for Gypsy Soul Lasercuts Product Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante 07You can easily fit between 19-20 4″ x 4″ photos on the back of this tag.  Less if you add journaling for each photo.  And you can always tuck more photos into the pocket.

I hope you’ll give this Steampunk Debutante Tag Folio a test drive.  Here are links to the chippies I used in its creation:

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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