Friday, 22 June 2012

**Cybercrop Class 2** by Jane Hewitt

Welcome back to class 2 with Jane Hewitt. Jane brings you a Mini-Travelling-Hanging-Scrapbook-Library. Dig out your favourite patterned papers and follow Jane's instructions to create this neat project.



You can download the class instructions HERE as well as the templates 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 image straight from your pc, no need to upload or blog first (though you can if you wish!).

We will be back in an hours time with your first challenge for the weekend, see you back here then! Happy crafting!

11 comments:

  1. As usual, I'm in awe of Jane's ingenuity. This is beautiful!

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  2. Isn't it just, excited to do this class. Love it Jane

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  3. OOooo that is just GORGEOUS :)

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  4. Thanks - would love to see any examples if anyone has a go at this.
    Jane

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  5. Oh my God this is absolutely gorgeous ... and something that I definitely would love to take a try at!!! :) :)

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  6. Wow. Another amazing project from Jane. I made a start on this last night and am up and ready to finish it now. Thanks Jane :)

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  7. This is a truly amazing project and one I will certainly have a go at but maybe not until the summer holidays!

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  8. Ok so I have made it, stuck it all down and it won't fold up! Not sure what I have done so mine is staying as a hanging open book!!

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  9. I have recovered my mis-measuring! I cut small v's into the back of each pocket so they squish slightly and it now works! Just the books to go in the pockets now!

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  10. I've done it as well, took me about 6 hours to do ... LOL at my pace ... I found that by printed the templates directly only the cardstock and using my scoring board it was so much easier getting the base done ... I decided also to add baker's twine beneath the bottom paper and tie it at the top ... I couldn't find my little magnets or I would have used those to keep it closed! Thank you Jane, really really great project!!!!

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