Kitchen Memo Board
Step 1 Cut out patterned paper to 5¾"x8" and cover the memo block. Ink all edges with brown ink (using the Stylus).
Step 2 Cut/emboss/stencil white cardstock Anemone Flower #2, 3, 4 (#1 being the smallest) in Spellbinders™ Grand Calibur® machine. Repeat process with #4.
Step 3 To stencil, leave die-cut in template and color with blue ink.
Step 4 Cut/emboss patterned paper Anemone Flower #2, 3, 4 in Grand Calibur(R) machine.
Step 5 Remove all outlines with scissors, distress with brown ink; add a bit of sparkle by applying Pearlized Top Coat to outline petals.
Step 6 Curl the edges of all patterned paper with a pencil.
Step 1 Start with white outline die cut #4. Glue down on top of Memo Pad.
Step 2 Offset on white outline die cut #4. Glue down on top of previous outline.
Step 3 Offset patterned die cut #4, place on center outline. Glue.
Step 4 Offset white outline#3 on previous patterned die cut. Glue.
Step 5 Offset Patterned #3, place on previous outlined die cut. Glue.
Step 6 Offset white outline#2 on previous patterned die cut: glue.
Step 7 Offset Patterned #2 white outline on previous white outline die cut. Glue.
Step 8 Thread button with twine, and glue to top center of flower.
Step 9 Glue the memo block to the covered chipboard.
Step 1 Cut out a piece of chipboard to 5¾"x8", cover with white paper (use a bigger piece than the chipboard, wrap it around the chipboard) and glue it to the back of the chipboard. Glue memo block to the covered chipboard.
Step 2 Cut out sentiments, adhere pieces of the remaining blue-stenciled flowers, the outline patterned flowers in parts to the chipboard around the memo block. Adhere bling to the flowers.
Step 3 Make a small hole in the chipboard to hang kitchen board, use that same small hole for attaching a pen or pencil on the twine.