A couple more notebooksPosted: January 7, 2009 Filed under: Designer Paper, Notebooks 1 Comment
It has been very quiet here lately hasn’t it? We had friends from Australia here for twelve days and we had a wonderful time with them. Now they have gone and things are slowly getting back to normal. As school has started again I have prep and marking so stamping is not really getting a look in just yet.
I do have these two notebooks to share, I made them to pop into the stockings of the two girls who were staying with us. The pink one on the right was for the nine year old and the brown for her 14 year old sister. I bought the notebooks at Walmart; they are called “Fat Little Books”. I did very little to decorate them. The one on the right has one piece of designer paper plus the monogram and ribbon. The brown one has two pieces of paper and a torn strip but again, super easy.
I hope to be back soon, with something new, thanks for dropping in
Stamps: Just Rite Trompe Script
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi Berry Bliss Designer paper, Petals & Paisley designer paper
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi
Also: Chocolate and Pink grosgrain ribbon, Circle Punches
Three NotebooksPosted: December 26, 2008 Filed under: Ageless Adornment, Designer Paper, Notebooks, Polka dots & Paisley 5 Comments
Stamps: Polka Dots & Paisley
Inks: Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Le Jardin Designer paper, Almost Artichoke
Also: Apricot grosgrain ribbon, Mead notebook from Staples
Every Boxing Day we go and hang out with some friends of ours at their Open House. We enjoy meeting up with their extended family again and just having a relaxing time with them. They have three girls ranging in age from ten to eighteen so I thought notebooks would be an appropriate gift. The youngest is getting the pink one, she is a pretty in pink girl!
Cardstock: Berry Bliss Designer paper
Also: White, Chocolate and Light Pink grosgrain ribbon, Mead notebook from Staples
I carefully took off the covers as I had seen LeAnne do here then decorated each notebook with designer paper and ribbon. I left a narrow border on each notebook which dictated the colours of paper I used. After stamping the sentiments I distressed the edges and dragged them across the stamp pad. All the ribbon is stuck on with sticky strip. I repunched the holes with a single circle punch and then reassembled the notebooks.
Stamps: Ageless Adornment
Inks: Ruby Red
Cardstock: Garden Green, d.p. from an old slab I got at Michaels years ago
Also: Mead notebook from Staples