Sentimental Journey Briefcase Scrapbook Part 3


I am continuing my post from yesterday with pages 9 – 14 of my Sentimental Journey Brief case scrapbook. This is really a Sentimental Journey as my husband and I went on this cruise in 1994! I had not done anything with the pictures to this ablum was perfect. On most of the pages I sanded the edges of the Travel Journal Designer Series Paper.

On pages 9 & 10 below I sanded the edges and stamped:

Stampin' Up! Sentimental Journey Briefcase Scrapbook June 2010

On pages 11 & 12 below the same:

Sentimental Journey Briefcase Scrapbook  Stampin' Up! June 2010

On pages 13 & 14 below, I created a "faux sand" background on the chipboard with Very Vanilla craft ink and Log Cabin and Gold Glow Smooch Spritzers:

Sentimental Journey Briefcase Scrapbook Stampin' Up! June 2010

This album is also a mini class on some of the different ways to use chipboard in your scrapbooks.


Stamp Set(s): Sentimental Journey (120075 Summer Mini 2010), Wonderful Favorites

Cardstock: Travel Journal Designer Series Paper (117156 Summer Mini 2010), Bashful Blue

Ink: Classic Stamp Pads – Tangerine Tango, Night of Navy; Craft Stampin' Pads or Spots – Very Vanilla, pumpkin Pie, Really Rust, Night of Navy; Versamark

Accessories & Cool Tools: Briefcase On Board Book (118766 Summer Mini 2010), Smooch Spritz – Gold Glow & Log Cabin (118770 & 119921 Summer Mini 2010), Stampin' Emboss Powder – Clear & White, Stampin' Dimensionals, Ribbons – 1/4" grosgrain – Night of Navy & Pumpkin Pie, 3/8" Taffeta – Bashful Blue & Kraft, 1/2" Bashful Blue striped Grosgrain

If you are one of my customers and have questions, I will be glad answer them.

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Posted on : Jun 06 2010
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4 People have left comments on this post

Jun 7, 2010 - 06:06:54

Have you ever made a briefcase book, with using just the front & back as the chipboard, and added more photos in the middle some how? I would like to do one of my son's wedding that was a cruise back in 2000, and only have two chip boards left.
Barb R.-NY

Jun 7, 2010 - 07:06:26
Jean said:

I have not personally made one, however, Shelli Gardner, founder of Stampin’ Up! did and she has pictures and directions on her blog here:

They are real cute and the way she decorates the chipboard is easy. Hope this is what you are looking for.

Jun 7, 2010 - 08:06:38
Brenda H said:

Love your briefcase.  Really the sand technique.  Thanks for sharing.

Jun 7, 2010 - 02:06:38

Wow, what a great 'scrapbook' you've been showcasing – a lot of work, and it turned out beautifully! 🙂 tfs

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