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Password Keeper Tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers




Over a year ago, Beate Johns asked if I would create a tutorial for Splitcoast Stampers.  Finally, the day is here! 

Head over to Splitcoast Stampers to see my tutorial.  There you will also be able to downloadable/printable template so you can create your own password book.  If you are not already a member at Splitcoast Stampers, don’t worry, it is free to join.


Here is a peak at my books.  Remember, you can get all the details at Splitcoast Stampers.


2013-11-14 SCS passwordbook 1 wm

2013-11-14 SCS passwordbook 2 wm

2013-11-14 SCS passwordbook 3 wm


You can find links to the books I made in the past HERE and HERE.

Thank you for stopping by today.  Please head over to Splitcoast Stampers and let me know what you think!





Amy Andrade said…
These are so cute! I love the ribbons tied to the spirals and the button closures. What a fabulous idea. Thanks for sharing with us at 613 Create. Amy A., DT
Audrey Pettit said…
Yay, how fabulous! Beautiful projects and huge congratulations to you, my friend!
Pam said…
These are just beautiful! I love the papers and layers!
Davi said…
Beautiful books Cheryl!! Love all the pretty embellies and button closusre. Off to check out your tutorial :)
Wow, three stunning cards, love them all!
But the first one is my favorite, beautiful papers and colors.
Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges!
lalkygirl said…
What beautiful books ,thanks for sharing your tutorial
Thanks for joining us at MIM and good luck
Tracey x
:: BlueInks :: said…
So creative, these are! I love the papers you chose to work with. They caught my eye on MIM and I had to come take a peek. Thanks, for sharing!!!!
Chana said…
Cheryl, these are so cute! Love the composition of all three. These will make nice stocking stuffers, and in my case, Chanukah gifts! Thanks for sharing your wonderful sample, template, and tutorial. It was delightful to find these propped against our front door here at 613 Avenue Create!

Chana, Owner
Rene said…
These are gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at MIM! Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
Good luck,
Rene :D
Kathleen said…
Some fabulous creations, great colours and layout, brilliant books.
Thank you for joining in our Kraft challenge at LCI.

Gerda said…
These are beautiful! Thanks for joining us at DCD this week!
Love this idea. I am so casing this.
Jennifer Garvin said…
beautiful work! I just may need to make a book for myself! Thanks for joining us at FBW
Kathy said…
So cute and useful Cheryl. I should make one of these. Congrats on having the tut. on SCS, going to go check it out. Thanks for joining us at Flutterby Wednesdays.

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