As soon as I read the rules, I know exactly what project should I make. Boy, it took me almost 3 days doing this but all the hard work paid off when I gave it to my son, Jackie.
Let's cut the blah, blah and let me show you what I made. So are your son as crazy as mine about Dino Dan? Well, Dino Dan was my inspiration for this project. Since my 4 yr old little boy loves to show off to other people that he knows Dinosaurs and know how describe each of them. So I thought why not make him his very own Dinosaur Book. I know that it was crazy because it required so much time and lot of hard work but I just have to do it. Anyways, I bought Dinosaur Track cartridge because of him...
Here's the front of the book. I used Nate's ABC cartridge for the image and fonts.
At the back of each Dinosaur page, I used a page protector to insert information.
This is how the back looks like.
Thanks to Wikipedia for all the informative facts. I wish I had more time to incorporate information from other sources.
With this project I get to use my newly bought Distressed-It-All and my Jurassic patterned paper LOLz... Glad it finally serves its purpose and not collecting dust anymore.
My Jurassic era patterned paper really matched this vintage distressed look Dinosaur book.
Added couple beads into the binder rings as added touch. I used eyelets too on the punch holes to make sure the book will last.
PAPER: CTMH, Bazzill and GP white (CS), unbranded patterned paperTOOLS: Cricut Expression, Gypsy, Distressed-It-All machine, EK Success papershaper, PC paper trimmer, ATG, Zip Dry, Plaid pop dots and Zig 2-way glue pen
CARTRIDGE: Dinosaur Tracks (dinasaurs, ferns, palm trees, tag, pick, brush and leaves) Storybook (scalloped oval), Nate's ABC's (boy reading a book and font)
EMBELLISHMENT: wooden beads, eyelets
OTHERS: bare chipboard sheets, binder rings, protector sheets, chalk
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Until next project!