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lilibee tutorial part 2: how to make a teensy house a tinsy home...

Hi!It's again Leila from LilibeeStudio! It is time for the remaining steps of my Nerdy Bird tutorial!!



Today i will show you how to make the minibook.



Cut out a 48 cm width on 15 cm hight piece of cardstock. Paint it in yellow and fold it in four 12 cm width pieces.



Cover each part of the  yellow cardstock with a different Nerdy Bird paper on both sides. 





Cut out four roof shaped paper pieces (see figure below ). Attach them on the top of the first and the last page of the minibook.





Layer each page with different and contrasting Nerdy Bird papers (I did not adhere the photos because this project is a gift for a friend who is going to have a baby girl ). Add tag stickers & cut out the little cuties .





Then add your titles. I mixed glitter Apple Jack Alpha with the Gorgeous Token Pink Chipboard alpha  and i couldn't resist to use the   puddle jumper butterfly fleties  ( i love the felties so much!!).




Don't forget to add the garland.You can make it very easily.Cut out some yellow thread.Choose one of the Nerdy Bird flag banner stickers.Cut six triangles.Attach them  on each side of the thread.Then attach the garland  to both sides of the pages. 





I hope you will enjoy making this minibook and using  the cute Nerdy Bird  collection. Hugs .



thanks again, this project is so awesome! i just love all the sweet little details and mix n match creative possibilities.  have you started making your teensy home yet?  we would sure love to see some picture of anything you'd like to show off, so leave us a comment with a link. i will be checking all weekend to see what kind of inspirational eye candy i can spot!

happy friday sassafras pals!

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