Beyond the Page NEW Product


November 25, 2011

Hey there, crafters! Svetlana, Janna, Genevieve and Leanne are here today to share some Cockadoodledoo Beyond The Page projects with you. We hope you guys will have as much fun with Cockadoodledoo as we had!


“Angel” by Janna Werner

Janna Says:

” This angel is such a gorgeous BTP project. It looks fabulous on any shelf during christmas time and it is easily decorated, using Cockadoodledoo, for example.”

“Coucou Bébé” by Genevieve Allen

Materials used:
Cock-a-doodle: Paper: Neigh (PS189); Paper pad (PP857); farm Sticker sheet (SS119); Alpha sticker sheet (SS120); Layered Chipboard (CB135); Rub-ons (RB950); Collectables (CT702); Wooden flourishes – tree (FL359); Blossoms (EM969); Pearl Flourishes (PL513); Pearls (SB792-795); Rhinestones (SB711); Tiny alpha stickers (MA515); Mini alpha stickers (MA505-508).
Others: Stickles, Liquid Pearls, Snow marker, punches, Embroidery, die, Bazill Kraft, chipboard – display-it-all.

Genevieve says:
“I had so much fun creating this calendar which is dedicated to the birth of my grandson in Februrary 2012! His mom can insert a new picture of him each month. It will be very cheering to see at the end of the year all the evolution of this little baby! It will become an album that he’ll keep for a very long time! It’s easy to create with all different chipboards, collectables and rub-ons… a true pleasure! I hope that you’ll have the same fun that I did!”

“First Year” Mini-Album by Svetlana Austin
Materials used:
Cockadoodledoo Collection: Paper – Quack/P758; Paper Pad/PP857; Clear Stamps/CS806; Rub ons/RB950; Collectables/CT702; Sticker Sheet – Farm/SS119, Alphas/SS120; Rub-ons – Retro Alpha/RB943; Album Rings – White/M021.
Other: card-board, buttons, brads, eye-lets, ribbons, wax line, acrylic paint, distress ink, glimmer mist, ink, black pen, small bells, border punches.

Svetlana says:

“I made this mini-album as a gift for my friend. This little book shows the first year of her baby boys life. Cockadoodledoo Collection couldn’t be a better choice for this type of project. All the cuteness of the paper and lovely embellishments allow for a lot of fun when working on a project like this.I used chipboard as a base for this album. I cut it myself in the size I needed.  To give the background an interesting and a little distressed look, I used some white acrylic paint diluted in water in a sprayer. Then I covered it with distress ink and gave some extra spray with glimmer mist. Here is a few details of the album as well as the back cover.”

Pencil Cup by Leanne Love
Kaisercraft Cook-a-doodle-doo: Meow (P761) Sticker Sheet (SS119)
Kaisercraft other: Pencil cup (KC053), Paint (KC007)

Leanne Says:

I absolutely love the sweetness of this range.  Such a fun and happy collection to play with. I am sure you are going to have hours of creative enjoyment with this range. :-)

Post to Twitter

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply