Friday, August 23, 2013

All About Club Stamp's Concertina Book Project

Friday Greetings to you!

With the Club Stamp Kit and Project shipping earlier this week, I think this blog entry should be all about the Concertina Book Project! This is the front of the book when it's closed and secured with the ribbon closure.

I've designed a series of three "pop-out" windows within the book--two on one side and one on the other. Can you see all the decorating possibilities? I left some room for photos to be added later.

Using a CS Ink Applicator, I added color with Club Scrap's Ruby, Topaz and India Inks. The Tribal Masking Stencil came in handy in this section.

Adding black acrylic paint seemed to make the perfect background for the gold metallic PlayColor (from the Club Scrap Lite Kit) with the Hopes flower stencil.

And it all folds perfectly flat inside the book covers.

The Club Stamp Project Instructions have all the details on how to make the book, so I won't go on and on. I just wanted to share some of the fun!
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful weekend!

Kay at Club Scrap


  1. Great looking book, Kay! I've been really bad about making projects this year, but I'm really gonna try and make this one!

  2. Kay, love this Concertina book and so happy to see another one from Club Scrap. I love the larger size for holding special photos. :)

    Your stamping and masking are gorgeous. Love this kit!

  3. Very pretty project, Kay. love the black and white with the color accent.

  4. Kay, another great project. You always make all the lovely stamping coordinate so well. I can't wait to get mine after the 1st!

  5. where are the instuctions to put book together?

  6. Sorry I didn't see your inquiry about project instructions sooner - our Club Stamp Project Kits have great instructions. For this Concertina Book Project you get the papers, matte board, ribbon,and waxed linen thread needed to make the project in one tidy kit package complete with instructions, it's a fun and faster way to get projects done. Here is the link, and thanks for asking:


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