Saturday, January 16, 2016

Wisteria Bloomin Treasures - Colouring Storage Folder

Hi Lacies.  Today I am using Wisteria Bloomin Treasures by artist Heather Valentin.  She is one of the lovely digi's from the Lacy Sunshine Blommin Treasures Coloring Page.  Of course she didn't want to be by herself so her friend, Plum Blossom Flower of Peace, from the same colouring page is also here today. You can find them at the Lacy Sunshine Shoppe

Now I have a special place for all my coloured LS stamps that is portable and pretty to look at!

 Wisteria Bloomin Treasures - Colouring Storage Folder


Wistera Bloomin Treasures colouring storage folder

A ribbon holds the folder closed making it easier to adjust as the folder expands

Colouring storage back view showing clear pocket
Back View
With the addition of a clear pocket, made using transparency film, there is a place for WIP colourings like Plum Blossom Flower of Peace Bloomin Treasure 

Divider view of Colouring Storage Folder
Inside of Colouring Storage Folder
Room for a growing collection with colourful dividers and expandable sides

Side view of Colouring Storage FolderCloseup side view of Westeria Bloomin Treasures Folder 

Close up of coloured Westeria Bloomin Treasures
Coloured with Copic Markers

copic colours used on Westeria Blooming Treasure


Cover paper Cherish by Carte Paper
Inside card stock from my stash
Flowers and Embellishments from my stash
Die Cuts Spellbinders Triple Tear
Transparency Film 

I had full intentions of taking photo's as the project progressed  but was so engrossed that I forgot and only have 2 WIP pictures to show you. There is a link to the tutorial at the end of this blog.

View of Colouring Storage Folder dividersBottom view of Coloring Storage Folder

Things adjusted to suit my needs: 
  1. added the clear "pocket" on the back using a transparency
  2. added 2 additional score lines to the top flap for easier closing adjustments
  3. used a heavier patterned card stock instead of covering the front and back pieces
  4. score tape was used instead of glue

Thanks to Pion Designs for the tutorial 


2 comments:

  1. This is beautiful and a great way to store the images!! Lovely!

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  2. This is beautiful and a great way to store the images!! Lovely!

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