Saturday, April 9, 2011

Mary's "Bind-it-All" Book




On our last card night Linda taught us how to make these books. Mary wasn't able to make it so I needed to show her how to do it and this is what she made. The flower on the front of the book was also a Quilling technique Linda taught. So we incorporated them together. I think she did a great job. I just love our stamping group! This class gets an A+ from Mary and me! :0)

She used a discontinued paper pack from Stampin Up called Petals and Paisleys. She also had the tin with all the matching embellishment stickers to add to the tabs. The colors used are: Old Olive, Certainly Celery, Taken with Teal, Pretty in Pink and So Saffron. This is also a great way to use up all those loose scraps of ribbon.

I haven't finished decorating mine but I will post it as soon as I get done. Maybe on Monday. I'm working on card samples today for tomorrows Blog Candy. I think this is going to be a great one!!!

Take care and I wish you time to be creative but most of all time to stamp!

Till my next post...

7 comments:

  1. Love it!! These colors are great for spring! Way to go, Mary!!

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  2. It turn out really nice. Just gorgeous Mary. I have had a sinus infection, then moved to a chest congestion. I have done everything , go to the DR. took medication what he put me on. Now I am to mucinex and Vapor Rub on the feet,then you put plastic on your feet and socks. Wow! I felt I could breath today.

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  3. Mary did a great job. I gave mine to my daughter for their spring break vacation memories. Mine wasn't as cute as Mary's.

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  4. Wow - what a nice book!

    Thanks for the kind comments Shirley.

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  5. I love to emboss. It looks so awesome when finished.
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  6. Nice! I really liked that paper collection and the stamps that went with it.

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