Monday, June 26, 2017

Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth

Today I'm up on Graphic 45's blog sharing with you my Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth.  This month, three Brand Ambassadors were challenge to create a project using three Graphic 45 products. The three products we had to use was the Deep Square Matchbook Box, any Patterns & Solids collection and the matching Tags and Pockets. In addition to the three products, we could also use Metal, Inks and Ribbon.  Below I'll share a few photos, a bit about my ticket booth as well as some tips and tricks about my project. If you haven't stopped by Graphic 45's blog yet, you'll want to, as Sandy and Marina have also created fabulous projects using the same three products and I have some more photos on their blog of my Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth.

With only being able to use three products plus a few additional products, I found this project to be a bit more challenging and definitely put me out of my comfort zone, but it was a ton of fun to make. 

Tip: Cut a bit off the side and top of the tag to create the shelf at the front of the box.

Tip:  Using black gesso, paint 1/4” in from the box giving you a nice finished edge.

To see more pictures of my Vintage Hollywood Ticket Booth, you'll want to head over to the Graphic 45 blog.

Graphic 45 Supplies Used:

- Vintage Hollywood 12x12 Patterns & Solids Pad
- Vintage Hollywood Tags & Pockets
- Deep Square Matchbook Box

Other Supplies Used:

- Petaloo: Mixed Texture Mini Blossoms - Ivory
- 20mm Black Roses 
- 10mm Blue Roses
- Tim Holtz Idea-ology: Baubles
-  Ranger Ink: Glossy Accents & Acetate
- Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink: Distress Crayon: Black Soot, Distress Ink: Black Soot and Blending Tool with Foam
- Black Gesso and Paint Brush
- 3/4" & 1" Circle Punches
- Edge Distressor, Paper Trimmer, Scissors, Sookwang Tape, Glue Dots and Liquid Glue

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to head over to the Graphic 45 blog  to check out the rest of the photos of my project as well as Sandy and Marina's projects!

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