Monday, January 18, 2010

CD Extreme Dirt Biker Holder





Cut flap section of the box 8.5″ tall by 5 3/4″ wide .
Score from top edge at 3” and 3 ½”.

Cut box front 5” tall by 6 ¾” wide.
On 5” sides score at ½” and 1”.
On one of 6 3/4” sides score at ½” and 1”.
Apply sticky strip to outer ½” score area.


Stamp all over both pieces with Classic ink using Itty Bitty BGs.
Cut or punch out a half circle from top edge of box front.
Fold on all score lines.
Apply any ribbon or DSP decorative strips at this time.


To attach pocket to back flap:
Fold flaps in.
Attach bottom scored section to back flap first lining up evenly.
Attach sides.


Add Velcro dot for closure fastener.

Front decorative flap piece:

Chocolate Chip base 3” tall by 3 ½’ wide
1/2 Top Note die cut - sponge exposed end with same in for BG stamping.
Image layer - 3” tall by 2 1/2” wide
Stamp Extreme Elements dots image in So Saffron.
For the dirt biker image I stamped in Versamark
then in Ballet Blue, then on the CS.
I covered this with Glassy Glaze
and heat set from the bottom side of the CS.
Attach Brad
Attach flap decorative piece with sticky strip applied only at top edge.


CD Envelope:


Cut CS 10” by 5”
Score at 5”
On long sides score at ½”
Cut away the scored ½” section on one side of envelope piece.
Apply sticky strip to ½” score area.
Fold in half.
Fold flaps in over back side and attach with sticky strip.

Punch out half circle from one end.

Image layers:
Chocolate chip 3 “ by 3 ¾” .
Whisper White 2 ¾” by 3”.
Stamp lines for writing names of songs or movies.
Stamp biker image in Ballet Blue
 stamp off once stamp over line image.
Layer.
Attach brads.
Attach to CD pocket.

4 comments:

lisa808 said...

Thanks for the measurements!

jmniffer said...

I like your idea of storing dvd's with film footage on them in this. A simple change of stamps would work for football games, dance competitions, really any sport. Thanks for sharing.

Debby said...

Thanks so much for posting all the directions for this great project!

Anonymous said...

I love this idea! I can do this for baby photos!
Tisha

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