Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

I hope you have enjoyed our week long blog hop with Andy Skinner and Stampendous!!!

Today I created a Caution Needle Book using not only Andy’s Toxic Stamp Set from Stampendous but a fabulous stencil from Dreamweavers.

First, die cut a needle book from mat board, stamp background image using black ink.
Spray DecoArt Misters over the top, back and closure of book.
Allow to dry completely. 
Lay stencil on to top of prepared book.
Apply Dreamweavers Embossing Paste using palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely.
Spray a piece of white paper using the same Deco Art Misters. 
Allow to dry completely. 
Stamp two of the Caution images to top of prepared paper using black ink. 
Fussy cut images out, layer together with pop dots.
Cut inside pages, stamp background image using black ink.
Ink edges of pages, book, closure and Caution pieces with brown ink.
Tie pages to inside of book with twine.
Add closure and Caution piece to front of book.
I hope you have enjoyed my Caution Needle Book that 
I made with love from Stampendous and DecoArt Media products. 
REMEMBER!!!!
To Hop The Stampendous and DecoArt Blog Hop!!!
 

Andy Skinner has some amazing mixed media stamps with Stampendous!!!
Hugs Pam
Stampendous Supplies:
Andy Skinner Toxic Set (ASCRS06)
Dreamweaver Stencil Supplies:
DWLG713 Amsterdam Flourish Stencil
DWDEP Regular Embossing Paste 
DWLM2010 Paste Spreader

Other Supplies:
My Colors Card Stock: Grasshopper
DecoArt Media Mister: Yellow Green and Primary Yellow
Sizzix Needle Book
Sizzix Mat Board
Whisker Graphic Twine
Random Metal
TomBow Hooked Loop Tabs


Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team
I’m so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this …. Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I’m using today.
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42 thoughts on “Caution Needle Book with Stampendous

  1. P Beatty says:

    Electrifying!

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  2. Bunny says:

    Great color on this.

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  3. Salnclts says:

    Great idea! I love it!

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  4. Awesome project – love it!

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  5. Kristiina says:

    Love this! The caution would also work if there really were needles inside 🙂

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  6. Aren't little books fun? Thanks for sharing yours.

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  7. Unknown says:

    Oh wow Pam – this is INCREDIBLE. I LOVE your needle book and for sure it's the perfect CAUTIONary item!! Personal experience guarantees hazardous is so true!!!!!!!! FABULOUS use of Andy's stamps – WOW. Definitely one of my favs from this hop. Just delightful to see how you did this! j.

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  8. Sabrina says:

    Absolutely fantastic!!!!

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  9. I have been holding out on ordering the needle book die but after seeing this I cannot hold out any longer! Off to count my pennies in hopes of being able to order this today!! LOVE your TOXIC book!! TFS!

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  10. A Pink says:

    Fabulous! Pam A great way to alter the needle book die . Love all the finishing touches x

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  11. Lieve says:

    What a great little book ! The background stamps are great; super colour-combination !Thank you for sharing !

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  12. Cool project. Love the colors to go with the Caution symbol.

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  13. Love the colors you used for your needle book, so perfect with the toxic stamp! Awesome book!~kim

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  14. Unknown says:

    Your book is neat! It looks like its really old. I love how these products can do that

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  15. Karen says:

    That's fabulous! Love the colours, the texture and the stamping. I have had so much fun and been inspired by so much art on this blog hop! Thanks for the awesome art and wonderful blog hop too Karen x

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  16. Linda D says:

    Awesome! So grungy and bright!

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  17. Amazing little book. Love all the colors and stencils you used. So much texture. Always love your work.

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  18. Jane says:

    Brilliant needle book it looks as though it's made from material!

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  19. Looove your needle book, Pam! Great color combo!

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  20. Judy says:

    What a lovely little book Pam. I really like that bright green for the cover. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Robin says:

    Love it! Green is my favorite! Hugs, Robin

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  22. Susanne says:

    Love your awesome needle book! I love the stamp as well!

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  23. Cocofolies says:

    Looks easy to do, and very beautiful… A clever use of both the stamps, paints and stencil that well demonstrate how great these products are!!! Thank you. Coco x

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  24. Merethe A says:

    This si fun. This has been a lovely bloghop, so many great tips trix and tutorials.(✿◠‿◠) Ma (Merethe)http://majaapia.blogspot.no/

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  25. McStamper says:

    Great project.

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  26. Now that is an awesome needle book! The caution design is perfect for on a real needle book. LOL

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  27. Jean says:

    HOw delightful!! Love the cover!

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  28. ~Lady B~ says:

    Radioactive indeed! I love the bold grunginess of your needle book!Angela aka Lady B

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  29. Fabulous needle book! I love the green!

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  30. Tina M. says:

    Haha.. Cute needle book.. Cute and very bright./Tina M.

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  31. P'tite Plume says:

    A book for a great journey!

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  32. this has been a fantastic week.Love that you made the book and thenembellished it. I'll have to try thisidea for my needles.thanks for sharing.

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  33. Jackie PN says:

    Pam, how very cool is your needle book!!

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  34. D.Ann C says:

    Stupendous!!!

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  35. Wow! Very cool!!! Love your project!

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  36. Vee says:

    Great job!

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  37. Cool, so many things you could use this for.. really love that killer lime…

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  38. Claret Belle says:

    This is definitely a \”must do\”. Thanks

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  39. Love this little book, especially your pages inside as well

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  40. Brenda Brown says:

    Fabulous project, love the techniques and design xx

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