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December 11, 2012

Place In Time Calendar Tutorial Series: Part 12 November

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Hello G45ers,

Happy Tuesday and welcome to our happy blog! We are so glad that you've stopped by. This is going to be such a fun day! Kristin Wilson has created a gorgeous November calendar page for your 2013 Place in Time calendar. She's going to take you on a creative journey with an amazing tutorial to make your November page! Plus we have a new winner to announce for today's blog contest! We have been giving away this wonderful Place in Time prize pack everyday during our fabulous Place in Time Calendar Tutorial Series! There's still a chance to win this gorgeous prize pack! All you need to do is leave us a blog or Facebook comment today! We will choose one random winner from today's comments and announce them on our blog tomorrow! Today's winner was chosen at random from our Facebook comments! And the winner is...

-Jackie Quigg Hedlund: "I like the vintage look!"

Congratulations, Jackie! Please email us with your shipping information at info@g45papers.com to claim your prize! There's still more chances to win, G45s! Stay tuned to tomorrow's blog to see if you are our next prize winner!  

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And now its time to enjoy some stunning inspiration from Kristin Wilson! Here is the fantastic page she designed for your Place in Time 2013 calendar! Isn't it lovely? Follow her fun tutorial to create this splendid page. Your November page will go on the reverse side of your February page in your Graphic 45 12x12 Easel Album with the album's binding on top. Have fun and enjoy! Take it away, Kristin!

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Supplies:

Graphic 45: A Place in Time Collection Papers November Foundation, November Cut Aparts, Calendar Foundation, Chipboard Tags 2, Olde Curiosity Shoppe Collection Paper 8 x 8 Butterfly Specifics.
Prima: Say it in crystals, Flowers, Leaves
Petaloo: Flowers
Stampin Up!: Ribbon, Pop Dots, Twine

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Step 1. Starting with the November background 12 x 12 paper cut the brown ribbon a little bit longer so it hangs off the edge of the paper 1”.

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Step 2. Scotch tape the right end of the ribbon to the paper just above the leaves.

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Step 3. Flip the paper over. Wrap the ribbon around the paper and scotch tape it o the back side of the paper

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Step 4. Cut out the following pieces from the collection.

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Step 5.  Adhere those pieces as shown.

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Step 6.  Place the crystal bling onto the upper right hand corner of the paper.

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Step 7. Adhere the 3 flowers around the crystal bling using Glossy Accents.

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Step 8. It’s best to place the Glossy Accents onto the flower rather than the paper. This is the amount of glue I use.

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Step 9. Cut out the turkey on this piece of paper from the collection.

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Step 10. Apply Glossy Accents to the backs of the green leaves.

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Step 11. Adhere turkey and leaves as shown above. Do not worry if the glue shows through the leaves. We can cover that up later.

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Step 12. Cut out the two butterflies from the Olde Curiosity Shoppe Collection.

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Step 13. Arrange the Petallo and Prima flowers to hide any glue showing through the green leaves. Adhere them using Glossy Accents.  Attach the butterflies with pop dots.

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Step 14. Tie the ribbon by using the same brown ribbon to tie two bows. Next, tie on the seam binding. Attach the tag with twine.

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Step 15. Cut out the following pieces of paper from the collection and adhere them with popdots.

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Step 16. Tie four small bows using twine.

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Step 17. Attach bows with Glossy Accents in between the stamps.

That's all for today, G45ers! Huge thanks to Kristin Wilson for her amazing work today! Remember, G45ers, you can upload images of your finished Place in Time calendar tutorial to our Facebook page at the end of this tutorial series. We are giving away a $150 Graphic 45 prize pack to one lucky winner! The deadline to submit your finished calendar is Dec 31st at 11:59 PST. Join us tomorrow as Jim, the Gentleman Crafter presents his gorgeous tutorial for December's calendar page! It's going to be amazing! Thank you all so much for joining us. Have a splendid day!

Happy Papercrafting!

Your Friends at Graphic 45

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Comments

This is GORGEOUS! I loveeeeeeeeeeee the postal stamps!!!

Absolutely stunning! :)

Love every month of the calendar. A Place in Time is a gorgeous collection.

Very pretty.

The November page is gorgeous! Love the use of the different elements on the page.

love the postage stamp banner. the layering of the bows adds great textures, and the flowers and leaves layered adds dimension. thanks for sharing.

Love the bling on this one and the flowers are great too! Crossing my fingers to win! Thanks for sharing!!

It's my birthday month! I love the beautiful page.

Love November and probably even more cuz that is my birthday month. I can't wait to get this all together. Thank you for all the cool ideas and instructions.

I love the balance on this page. Plenty of details all over but the top seems simple while the bottom looks complex.

Awesome job Kristin, the perfect image for this month too.

I love November layout. Family, fall, and Thanksgiving. Beautiful.
Lanna

Love the stamps strung like a banner. Fall colors are so wonderful. When I am finished with my Christmas cards, I will start on my calendar! Thanks for the inspiration.

Fabulous tutorial and November's page is gorgeous. This has been so much fun. I can't wait to see December's page.

WOW! Each page is better than the last one. This is gorgeous. Thanks for the great tutorial

Great layout! Love these G45 papers!

Anything Kristin creates is beautiful, but add G45 into the mix and you get magic!

j'adore cette nouvelle page de novembre avec ses petites images timbres.

Stunning page, brilliant tutorial, I love it.
It is 12.12.12 today, and it's my Birthday too, yippeeeeee xx

I really like this layout especially the post stamps and twine. Graphic 45 has some really good paper.

Love it! With each day it gets better and better.I love all of your papers they just speak to my style.cann't wait to make my calendar.

I love the banner here....it is such lovely compliment to the gorgeous flower clusters. Such a pretty layout. Thanks, Kristin!

Beautiful!
I just finished an 8x8 using this wonderful paper. It is the best!

Your details are so wonderful, this whole paper pack invokes so many memories as you work through it. How perfect!

beautiful! I love the crystal swirl and the ribbons. The black accents are a nice touch

So cool!! Not overdone on the fall or Thanksgiving themes... just right and so lovely....

I really like the bow on this layout - very imple, but pretty layout!!

This is a very valuable article. I think it's quite remarkable to see the difference that these banners can make for the occasion especially when they are made with creativity and imagination.

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