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What wonderful month!  As you have heard the Altered Pages Design Team is partnering with the Leaky Shed Design Team. Be sure to check back each day for inspiration projects by each team. 

I am really excited to work with the awesome chipboard products from Leaky Shed. Today I have the cover for the Bracket Album for you!


Supplies used to create the Leaky Shed Bracket Album. See full list below.

Bracket shaped chipboard 6x6 album with a 3.5" bracket shape cover embellishment.  Cover the 6x6 cover with Glitz Paper 6x6- Hello Friend. Adhere paper with glue, use an emery board to sand rough edges away.   Cover the 3.5" bracket with Glitz Paper 6x6- French Kiss.  Direct to paper ink the edge with IMGINE Crafts:  Delicata - Golden Glitz and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.  
 
Bird Cage 2.50" x 4.50"
Direct ink with Memento LUXE Rhubarb Stalk, then heat emboss with clear embossing powder.  Add highlights to the cage with StazOn Midi Emerald City and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.  

 Add all the layers on the bracket album. First the 3.50" bracket embellishment. Attach foil wings to the back of the Kraft Paper Clock and glue to the album cover.  Add the Bird CagePetaloo Flowers and Glitz Large Rhinestone!


Cut several colors of vintage ribbons and tie on to book the rings.

Supplies:
Leaky Shed Studio
Bracket Album
Bird Cage
Clock Works - Hands

Altered Pages
Kraft Paper Clock
Glitz Large Rhinestone
Glitz Paper 6x6- Hello Friend
Glitz Paper 6x6- French Kiss
Petaloo Flowers
Tacky Glue

IMGINE Crafts:
Delicata - Golden Glitz
VersaColor Black
StazOn Midi Emerald City
Memento LUXE Rhubarb Stalk

Stash: Clear embossing powder, ribbons, foil wings

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