You may have well guessed that I am a lover and a collector of typewriters. In the picture below I’ve photographed a real antique with the paper antique and I can’t tell you how much joy that gives me. The typewriter is a vintage icon of our civilization and our march towards print freedom and in recent years, a collector’s item. Typewriters are far from being a relic of the past! I thought by creating a dimensional typewriter with paper coming out of it, it would give you the perfect place to stamp what you want. Introducing, Pop up 3D Vignette Typewriter.
It goes together just like all other 3D Vignettes, yet it is open at the top. It still folds down flat so that you can mail it! It comes with die-cut word inlays yet you can stamp your message on the front page or all the pages. There is lots of inspiration from the Creative Team today, so be sure to jump through all the links at the bottom of my post.
My Project Today:
Many asked where I got the words from. I simply reached for a set of letters I have in my stash – any letters will do – die-cut or stamped. One of my mantras is that “words matter”. Whenever I’m speaking to someone or writing a text or email, I carefully curate my words. Spoken words can bring such comfort or can absolutely turn the light on if the right word is used. Once spoken, they are lovely to reference but also can’t be erased. So stating that words matter, I thought it appropriate to follow up with good words :-)
Accessories: Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month by Spellbinders, Amazing Paper Grace Dies by SpellbindersIf you want to find out more about the Club – prices, how you sign up and what’s included, please look ——–> HERE.
If you missed the introduction and want to know more about what inspired the Die of the Month Club, look ——->HERE.
More inspiration is just a click away. Stop by with each Creative Team Member to see how they manipulated this die to come up with a unique project for you to try!
Visit Ewelina – elinaart.blogspot.com
Visit Kate – craft2owls.blogspot.com
Visit America – cardsbyamerica.blogspot.com
Visit Becca – amazingpapergrace.com/blog