Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Best of Flowers/Happy Day notepad



Another Make & Take project from my launch was this little notepad. These are a bargain from the 99p Shop in Westfield Derby – you get six in a pack, so they're an absolute gift to Stampin' Up! demonstrators! They come without covers so you just have to decorate them, right?

I used the Best of Flowers stamp set, which you can still order until the end of March 2014, and teamed it up with some Gingham Garden paper in the lovely subtle Pear Pizzazz design. However, everyone received a piece of each design from this pack so could choose how to decorate their notepad and go for the wilder designs if they wished.

The word “smile” is a lovely, friendly stamp I think – I really like the clean, simple typeface used. This was stamped before embossing with the Polka Dots embossing folder.

Stamps: Best of Flowers, Happy Day
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Island Indigo, Pear Pizzazz
Ink: Island Indigo
Accessories: 1¾” circle punch, large scallop circle punch,  Polka Dots embossing folder, Very Vintage buttons, Island Indigo Baker’s Twine

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