Monday, April 18, 2011

Best Dishes Cookbook - Meat

This page was super simple and went together fairly quickly once I had a plan



Supplies:
Adhesives - ATG
Card stock - country blue, white, red, black
DCWV Nana's Kitchen
Eyelets (3/16")- round green (3)
Zig black 2-way pen

Tools:
ATG adhesive runner
Cricut
Cricut Cartridges - "From My Kitchen"
Eyelet setter
Paper trimmer
Scoreboard and bone folder
Xyron 2 1/2" sticker maker

Instructions:
The following chart will help with the Cricut cuts.  You will be using "From My Kitchen" 
    Page #     Feature Button          Size          Paper
     35            "tabs"                       3.75"        country blue card stock
     73            "words"                    1.75"        country blue card stock (cut 3)
     41            "Grill"                        6"             black card stock
     41            "shift" "grill"               6"             black card stock
     41             "layers"                    6"             red card stock
     41             "shift" "layers"           6"            white card stock
  1. Cut 2 pieces of card stock from the Nana's Kitchen Stack to 7" X 9.5".  I chose a page with printed bar-b-q necessities for the front of the page.  Paper with embossed polka dots was chosen for the back of the page.  Set the polka dot paper aside for now.
  2. Following the chart above, cut out the grill pieces and assemble.  Adhere to the center of the page.
  3. Cut the word "meat" from country blue card stock, following the chart above.  Turn all 3 "meat" words into stickers and stack on each other to give them added dimension.  Adhere the word across the legs of the grill.
  4. Apply a liberal amount of adhesive to the polka dot paper that was set aside earlier.  Adhere it to the front page.
  5. Tab - Cut a country blue tab following the above chart.  Using your scoreboard and bone folder, score and fold your tab on the center line. Write the word "Meat" on the front of the tab.  Adhere to the bottom of the page.
  6. Eyelets -  Cut holes and set 3 green eyelets in the left hand margin of your page.

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