Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Club Scrap Cinema Blog Hop!

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Welcome!  If you arrived here from Karen's post over at Club Scrap Creates, then you are in the right spot.  If not, you may want to hop back and check out her amazing artwork and also check out the entire list of participating bloggers!


In keeping with my recycle a Club Scrap Pizza Box theme, I created a movie reel box with a set of circle albums inside. Check out this Blog Post for more details on how one blogger created these adorable minis.

Here is how it all came together.

1. Cut pizza box into two long strips 1" wide, using the entire length of an opened pizza box.
Trace 2 circles using a cereal bowl as a template. Cut the second circle slightly smaller, being sure to cut inside the drawn template.


2. Use book binding glue to adhere the long strips to the outside edges of the circles. *Tip - hold the ends together with the film tape included in the Cinema kit, while the glue sets.



3. Cover sides of boxes with flashing tape from the hardware store. Wrap the edges of the tape around to the back of the box.

4. Cut slits into the flashing tape to allow it to wrap easily to the back of the boxes.



5. Print out images of movie reels, sized to fit the box's bottom and top, from the Cinema Digital Kit.


6. Trim out the images with scissors and adhere to the boxes.


7. Create a digital print to use for the covers of your mini circle books.

Created using Time of Your Life and Cinema Club Scrap digital kits 

8. Choose four 12x12 sheets of paper and trace four 5.75" diameter circles onto each.

Club Scrap papers from Random Doorways, Bold Blooms, Wisteria and Oopsie Daisy.


9. Fold and assemble according to the instructions.



When the albums are tied closed, they fit perfectly inside the Movie Reel box.

I tied each with the 4 ribbons included in the Cinema fiber pack.



Thanks for stopping by!

Up next... Roni's Inkstains Blog.

22 comments:

  1. Oh, Julie, you did it again, this is absolutely another one of your smart ideas! Now I need the digital version of this kit.I am sure Raymond will love a box like this one. You did a beautiful job on this. Thanks for the idea.

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  2. Super cool again Julie. Looks like its in the can!!!

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  3. How clever, Julie! I'll bet pizza boxes love to arrive at your house--always wondering what they'll become! Super job!

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  4. The transformation from pizza box to movie reel "can" is so clever! What a fun project!!

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  5. You do so much more creative things with your boxes than I do! (But my cats just love to sleep in them!)

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  6. Very fun Julie! The shape of these mini albums is so unique and the whole package is so much fun - a very creative way to use this kit. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. My brother is a film editor... May have to try and replicate for him.

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  8. Julie you are amazing! Really cute idea for someone in theater. You are the Queen of pizza box engineering! Have a great day.

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  9. Dear Pizza Box Engineer,
    You are awesome again this month!
    Wow, love it!

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  10. Thank you for the awesome project

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  11. Holey Hot Socks!!! Brilliant! And a bit intimidating, I will confess. I do love the recycling of materials and this is a stellar example. Thanks for your continued inspiration!!

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  12. Julie -- you always come up with such creative ideas and I love the idea of the mini-circle albums. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. That is so cute! I love all the tiny little albums tucked inside! Such a fun idea.

    TFS!!

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  14. Oh you just stop it! So very creative cool! I love that you are recycling the boxes. This project, ROCKS!

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  15. WOW! (which is usually what I say when I see what Julie creates) Thanks for sharing your amazing talent!

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  16. Julie, It is amazing to see how you think "out of the box" with your kits. This is a unique album that is perfect for many situations. It is great to have a tutorial.

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  17. Great project anf glad you are using the digital version of the kit so much!

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  18. HOLY FILM STRIP! This is so cool Julie AMAZING
    Janice in evansville

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  19. Ah-mazing, Julie! So cute and clever!

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  20. Incredible! What a great idea! Love love love it!

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