Sunday, 19 June 2011

**Cybercrop Class 11** By Jane Hewitt

Here is your 11th cybercrop class on day three of a weekend full of ATDML design team inspiration! Sadly it is our penultimate class but one with serious wow factor!

This is a display book class by Jane Hewitt featuring My Little Shoebox die-cut and double sided papers.

You can download the class instructions HERE , choose class 11 and when you are finished pop back here to our blog and share your class project with us. Simply click on the link below and add your details. We have our last challenge for you in an hour and the final class is at 3pm this afternoon.

15 comments:

  1. This looks stunning. definately going to have a go at this but i cant play today :( Caroline

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  2. Hi, Link doesn't seem to work. No class 11 ! x

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  3. Anne, slight technical hitch but now working (the file was too large and hadn't uploaded properly but it is fixed now!

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  4. ohh wow! How many weeks to get this done?? ;)

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  5. Ha Ha, computers !!!
    Works perfectly now, thanks Mel.
    Beautiful class !!!! xx

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  6. Just the one Sue, ample for a lady of your crafting ability!! The instructions are nice and straight forward - go for it!

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  7. It looks more complicated than it is - honest! :)

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  8. Amazing class - and has cost me a firtune as I had to buy the papers and you know how it is when yous hop .... more stuff goes in LOL.
    Can't wait to make this Jane.

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  9. Hope everyone is getting on OK with this!

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  10. Hi, doing this class in parallel with class 5, so I can have a change. Prepared all my papers, ready to stick and fold... but I am not sure I understand... in fact I am sure I don't understand the step 14 : "Finally, I added tiny Velcro strips (actually cut from the Velcro straps in my greenhouse!) to the front and back covers so that when it is opened… it stays
    open!"
    Jane, could you give me some light? That's a gorgeous class and I want to finish it.
    Anne x

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  11. Hi Anne,
    You can miss the velcro out - I just wanted a way to keep my book open and so I put a tiny piece of velcro on the front cover and the other half of the velcro on the back cover so that when the book is open the front and back cover stick together. Of course you can get the velcro from anywhere - I just found it amusing that my book was about my garden and new greenhouse and the only place I could find a bit of velcro was to cut it off the velcro straps that hold the plastic green house cover onto the frame!
    Instead you could just use your ribbon to tie the back and front covers together.
    I hope this helps! :)

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  12. Hi Jane,
    Gosh, I just realized the purpose of the Velcro bits. It s so obvious. I must be really tired, lol. That's the fault of the challenge 5, the journalling exhausted me !!! Thank you, I hope to upload my class tomorrow. Anne x

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  13. Looking forward to seeing it Anne! Having a go myself this weekend x

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  14. I didn't have anything available to make scallop circles, so mine's plain circles. Thank you for a great class.

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