I Play In The Low 80’s… Jr. Legal Pad Cover
Here is another golf-themed notepad cover design I created.
The sentiment is a quote that I found online by comedian Joe E. Lewis , and I used it to create a custom made stamp from RubberStamps.net. The image is an Art Impressions stamp called “Goldie Golfer.” I stamped the sentiment and image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with Copic Markers (hair: E50, E42, E43 and E44; skin: E50, E53, E71 and E04; clothes: BG15, Y21, Y23, and Y11; golf club and glasses: C4) and a Sakura clear glitter pen. The grass was stamped with Gina K Grass Green ink with a stamp from the “Work of Art” set from Stampin’ Up.
The cover was made with white card stock. Then I created a decorative panel and adhered it to the front. The argyle patterned paper is called “Summer Argyle” from the “Golf Collection” line by Adorn It – Carolee’s Creations. I also used Gina K Sweet Corn and Turquoise Sea card stock.
I paper pieced her shirt. I needed a smaller print than what was on the patterned paper since the shirt was so small so I scanned the paper and used the Silhouette software to create a “fill pattern” for the cut file I created of the shirt.
I have boxes of ribbon but never seem to have the right color when trying to finish off my projects! I recently purchased the Alison’s Ribbons die plate by Cheery Lynn Designs and was able to create a faux ribbon with the card stock I used. A perfect match!
The jr. legal pad was purchased at Staples.
HERE is a YouTube video tutorial by Melissa The Stamp Doc showing how to make a notepad cover.
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