Monday, May 31, 2010

Quick & Easy Money holder by Naoual du Mortier


Today I'm going to show you how to create a quick & easy moneyholder.


The supplies you'll need for this tutorial are:

- whichever die cutting machine you use

- nestabillities

- your choice of dp & cardstock

- your choice of stamps/embellishments


I took the largest oval nestabilitie I have, folded a piece of dp and lined the paper on to the nestabilitie, the folded part a little under the nestabilitie line that cuts trough the paper (hope that makes sense).

When you've cut trought the paper it should look like this:

Then take a next piece of dp and line it up until half the nestabilitie like this:


Cut trough that too, and then take your largest scalloped oval nestabilitie cut trough a piece of cardstock, ink all the pieces of paper you've cut and line them up like this:



Then I cut a smaller oval to put on the inside, a little space to write down a message. I've used gold cardstock and stamped a accesoire stamp of the Aladin kit on it in gold ink. Then I inked up another accesoire stamp of the Aladin kit in gold ink and stamped it on the bottom part. Looks really pretty and sparkly IRL, the weather wasn't really working with me, sorry for the awful pics but I hope you get the idea!

Embellish the moneyholder any way you choose. For the outside of the moneyholder I used yet another accesoire stamp of the Aladin kit, the gorgeous treasure chest! I heat embossed it with golden embossing powder.



Again, sorry for the awful pics, looks like summer is over before it even begun!


Recipe:

Papers: TCP Studio - Morrocan Market

Stamp: Whiff of Joy
Colour medium: Copic Sketch Markers

Embellishments: Embossing powder; ZingTools: Nestabilities; Spellbinders,
Thanks for stopping by,

xx

5 comments :

  1. great tutorial.....Will sure make it once!....thanks for sharing!
    xxx Margreet

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  2. Great tutorial, great and easy project. Thanks

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  3. Quick and easy! Great tutorial, will definitely try this one.
    Thanks for sharing!

    Hugs Yolanda

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  4. This is cool!! Thanks for the Tutorial..
    Hugs, Millie..

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