In this post I will show you how I made this field journal step by step, so you can make your own!
Note: This tutorial was originally published in the June 2012 issue of ScrapNArt magazine
Supplies you will need
GlueArts GlueGlider Pro PermaTac
Beacon Adhesives Fabri-Tac
May Arts Ribbon
Vintage bingo cards or strong chipboard
CD holder or folded cardstock
1. Trim the bingo cards to match the size of the cover of your album. These will be the album pages. but you can use any pieces of strong chipboard that you have in your stash. even cereal boxes will work for pages!
2. Punch holes in the bingo cards.
3. Paint the bingo cards with Golden's Gesso. or any white paint will work.
4. Cover the outside of the CD cover with GlueArts GlueGlider Pro PermaTac.
5. Press firmly to engage the adhesive.
6. Fold the inside edges in. Adhere.
7. Measure and cut patterned paper to fit the insides of the CD cover. Adhere.
8. Paint the cover with Ranger Distress ink refill. Wipe excess ink off to reveal the resist part of the cardstock.
9. Now fill the insides with whatever makes you happy.
Smashing Field Journal by Kristie Taylor
Adhesive: Beacon Adhesives "Fabri-Tac," GlueArts "GlueGlider Pro: PermaTac"; Ribbon: May Arts "Grosgrain/Picot Edge 1/4": 416-14-10 (Black)";
Cardstock: Ranger "Tim Holtz: Kraft Resist"; Ink: Ranger "Tim
Holtz Distress Ink: Barn Door"; Paint: Golden Gesso; Misc: CD holder,
hardware, homemade spray inks, paper scraps, vintage bingo cards
Tip: Punch the holes in the cover after adhering the cardstock to it.