We <3 NYC

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Hello everyone, Irit here! There are a few places around the world that you either love or hate. New York is such a place for most of us. Some are fascinated by this huge, neverending city; some, like my husband, visited a couple of times and would never go back. For me, New York is the whole world! I love this city. I can go twice a year and still find new places to visit, food to try, or shops with unbelievable sales. I love the streets, the smells, and the lights of this unique city. So making a New York-themed project was great fun, and I think that with Paper House products it was a piece of cake—I hope that you enjoy it!

NYC Altered Chipboard Tray- Irit Shalom

NYC Altered Chipboard Tray- Irit Shalom

NYC Altered Chipboard Tray- Irit Shalom

NYC Altered Chipboard Tray- Irit Shalom

NYC Altered Chipboard Tray- Irit Shalom

NYC Altered Chipboard Tray- Irit ShalomProducts Used:

Paper House NYC Never Sleeps Scrapbook Paper
Paper House New York Map Scrapbook Paper
Paper House New York 3D Stickers
Chipboard - Tando Creative
Dies - Die-Versions
Other: glaze, glitter, paint, red and gold cardstock leftovers

Directions:

1. On the chipboard cover, adhere the NYC Never Sleeps Scrapbook Paper on the front and the New York Map Scrapbook Paper on the back.

2. Adhere the same papers to the inside of the cover.

3. Paint the chipboard tray with light teal paint and glue over the right side of the book cover. Add all stickers as shown.

4. Diecut the stars from the same paper and some red cardstock, and add inside the tray as shown. Cover with some clear glaze for a shiny look.

5. Ink the brick chipboard piece with dark blue ink and glue on the left cover side. Add two stickers as shown.

6. Paint the scalloped chipboard frame with the same teal paint; glue the NYC Never Sleeps Scrapbook Paper inside the frame, and glue the frame over your cover.

7. Add the Subway sticker over the frame. Diecut the fireworks and the eagle from gold cardstock and cover with glitter. Adhere over the frame on the cover.

Enjoy your New York experience! I am back there in just two months!

Paper House - Irit Shalom

Posted in Scrapbooking Crafts Home Decor By Tara Sturm

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