Wednesday, March 27, 2013

ClubScrap Blog Hop day! Bookshelves kit!!


 Today we are creating great projects with ClubScrap's monthly kit "Bookshelves".  I made a number of cards with this fabulous kit.
 Here is an easy "Congratulations" card.

1. Stamp the 'map' images from the ClubScrap bookshelves kit in brown and green on white and cream cardstocks.
2.  Cut out the circular images. Ink edges
3.  Rubberstamp numbers onto the world images in black ink.
4.  Adhere the 0 and 3 directly onto the cardstock front, adhere the 2 and 1 using popdots.
1.  Rubberstamp the image of the line of books in green, brown, burgandy onto different colored cardstocks (green, cream, white, burgandy).
2.  Trim out the book image.  Cut up into sections of books.
3.  Ink edges of sections of books with like color of inks.
 4.  Create a 'bookshelf' using the 'striped line' image from ClubScrap's Bold Blooms kit in brown ink.
5.  Adhere sections of the books onto the 'shelves' - you can stand books up or lay them on their sides, stacking them up.

"Thanks for visiting my blog today! Your next stop on the Bookshelves Blog Hop is Jill, over at, I hope you'll stop by and say hi!”

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin


  1. Debbie, I love your use of the books stamp. Such a great way to add texture to your cards. I love the globes too. The bookshelf card is my favorite. So clever.

  2. I just stopped over from Deb Charlesworth's blog, where she made cards from the kit, too! What I love most, is how your cards are so different...even though they started out using basically the same materials, proving you really can make it your own. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. I just love your book cards, Debbie, they really are the theme of the papers and stamps. Now I also see my New Year cards...great idea with the circles!

  4. Great idea with the bookshelf! Love the circles, too.

  5. Thanks for hopping with us, Deb. My favorite idea here -- using the border from Bold Blooms to create your nifty shelves. Way cool!!!!

  6. Deb - I have to copy these!!! I need to make a bunch of cards for my daughter's friends who graduate from high school this year. This totally fits the bill!!

  7. Super cute cards, especially the grad one!

  8. I really like all of your bookshelf cards. Fantastic ideas!

  9. All awesome cards, of course! Love your clever way of making the bookshelves, and some books lying on their sides clever!

  10. Great ideas Deb - really cool cards!

  11. Love these cards and the colors!

  12. That is so original and very very cool! I love the idea! Thanks for sharing!
    Lisa K.

  13. What fun cards Deb. Love the rows of books in different papers.

  14. Great cards. I like the bookshelf you created.

  15. Thanks for all the inspiration. Wonderful cards.

  16. Love your cards Deb. Very clever!



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