Tuesday, 3 June 2014

GD: Liesbeth Fidder Project #3 Leporella Accordion Book {Part 3}

"Hello, it's Liesbeth here again with the last of my three posts already! Let's finish the Leporella". 


 First I finished the covers and after that I glued the accordion book between them.


I took two sheets of Heavy Grey/White Board (15,2  x 15,2 cm) and painted the edges (1,5 cm) on both sides (as shown) with Little Black Dress Fresco Finish. Great stuff, the Grey Board it doesn't bend at all!


I gilded some lace by using Treasure Gold Spanish Topaz, just added a bit onto the lace with my finger. I cut four pieces from the trim, 25 cm each, and adhered them onto the middle of the board edges with a piece of tacky tape. They will be the fasteners of the Leporella.


Front cover: I stamped the pen from Lynne Perrella stamp set LPC030 onto a seperate piece of paper and cut it out, coloured it with pencils and a bit of Treasure Gold. I gilded a wooden compass from Prima-Cartographer Wood Icons with Treasure Gold too, and attached compass and pen by using a piece of metal chain.



I stamped the beautiful text (ID02EZ) onto one of the relief cards with black StazOn, I choose the most beautiful one for that. The other will become the back cover. Add the pen and compass with some small pieces of 3d foam tape.



I sponged the edges of the two cards with black StazOn Ink and glued them onto the boards, on the lace side. I used tacky glue, you van also use tacky tape of course.


At last I glued the book onto the other side of the covers as shown.


Almost ready! I needed a little something to complete the front and back cover so I finished by glueing metal corner pieces at the eight corners.


This is how the finished Leporella looks inside. I hope you like it and hope I inspired you to playalong! 

Thanks to all of you for the warm welcome last month and for the tin-burning-fun we had!! Hope to see you next month.

~ Liesbeth ~

Leandra Says: The detail throughout this whole project Liesbeth is "totes amazeballs" {Essex lingo for totally amazing}. Thank you for sharing your creativity and techniques this month. We look forward to seeing what you have in store for us next month.

Gillian Says: Such a beauty of a project Liesbeth, thank you for sharing your creativity this week. The whole project is simply stunning.

If you would like to join in this week's challenge and play along with Liesbeth's techniques, then do link up your creativity HERE, and go in the draw to win some PA stamps of your choice! You need to link your entry by 17:00, Sunday June 8th 2014


16 comments:

Helen said...

The final book looks absolutely gorgeous, Liesbeth!!

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is absolutely stunning, Liesbeth! Love every detail. The pen with the chain looks wonderful,

Lucy x

Kathi said...

Absolutely beautiful book with so many wonderful details!

Thank you for sharing your creative process with us!

craftimamma said...

What a wonderful project Liesbeth. Absolutely stunning!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Lin said...

Beautiful Liesbeth just beautiful!! I am sure a lot of us will be playing along this week..thanks for sharing!

isisimaginings.com said...

A stunning project, from beginning to end.

Julie Bell said...

My fav stamps, great project xx

Sandie said...

Stunning, thank you for your wonderful description and photos

Sobre el Arte y otras Aventuras said...

Awesome project and awesome tutorial. Love it! thanks for sharing,
cheers,
Vron

Shilpa Nagaonkar said...

Ohh my!! stunning creation!!

Sid said...

Looks simply fab !!

Annick Guipouy said...

A stunning projet! Fabulous!

Annick@AuxDoigtsAgiles

Etsuko Noguchi said...

It's a amazing! Gorgeous little book! Really I was inspired by this project. xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

This is such a truly amazing project! I love every detail! Julie Ann xxx

WendyK said...

Fantastic, lovely colours and texture. Wonderful project, thank you for sharing.

Kezzy said...

Wow the final accordion looks truly amazing, such an awesome week of techniques :-) Kezzy xxx

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