A book of dreams - and how to alter Glasssine bags with Rubber Dance stamps

Hello and welcome, Anita from the Design Team here today.

I want to show you my ongoing project that is huge! I make a book from scratch, a so-called digi junk journal. And inside the book I want a few pages of glassine bags that I can put tags etc. up in and behind. So I came up with the brilliant (?) idea to make my own glassine bags (Just because it is not possible to get these in Norway), and alter them with Rubber Dance stamps. And here they are, my homemade glassine bags:


Here is a picture of one of the bags inside my book:




You can easily make your own glassine bags. Only use baking paper and glue, pattern scissors and a round puncher. I also used some Archival ink and a few stencils on the background just to achieve some interest.

Stamped I've used is:


Think Again



Fly-fly flowers



I hope I gave you some inspiration today. Thank you for visiting.

Hugs, Anita



Comments

Bibi Lindahl said…
What a clever idea! They looks really nice, and I know your book will be awesome - I've seen one, you know ;-) Thank you so much, Anita! ♥ ♥ ♥
Rubber Dance said…
These bags are so awesome Anita!!! I love the idea of you junky book!!! Hugs!
ionabunny said…
These are so cool and pretty Anita. Your books always look amazing. These bags add a fun and useful detail. Love the bright colours you used on the butterfly girl and fly-fly flowers. Hugz
Gorgeous idea Anita, I love these these little bags hugs Debsx
What a fantastic idea, such brilliant inspiration too
Hugs
Donna xx
Anne said…
I really like you idea using the clear bags. I'm going to use that idea in my baby album I'm making for my grandson and wife. Thanks for sharing.
aussie aNNie said…
Anita how inspiring and how clever. love this idea.xx [aNNie]
Craftyfield said…
Marvellous idea! I'm not sure if we have glassine bags in the UK, but baking parchment we do have... The finished bags look gorgeous Anita!

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