Thursday, August 17, 2017

Beautiful You Covered Note Pad or Shopping List with Pocket Insert


Welcome to the monthly Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop. This month's theme is our Favourite Current In Colour, your are visiting Angela Westland from Australia. I hope you like my project. I have used the In Colour Powder Pink to make a Covered Note Book/Shopping List with a pocket inside to keep all those receipts in one place. These would make a great gift or make some yourself and sell them at the markets.

Keep an eye on my Utube Channel for a tutorial on this one, I publish 3 tutorials every week as time permits. Make sure you click on the names at the bottom of this post to see all the other cards or projects that have been made by the other crafters. I did see this idea from another crafter, I have changed the measurements to suit my needs and added a pocket inside.

My Covered Note Pad / Shopping List 





Inside Showing Note Pad / Shopping List









Colour Cardstock Combination

Products Used:
Cardstock: Powder Pink, Whisper White
DSP:  Fresh Florals
Stamp Set: Beautiful You
Framelits: Stitched Shapes, Layering Ovals
Embossing Powder: Gold
Heat Tool
Ribbon: Powder Pink 1/2" Finely Woven
Bone Folder
Adhesives: Multi Purpose Liquid Glue, Tear and Tape
Stampin' Trimmer
Big Shot








18 comments:

  1. What a great idea, Ange! Great use of that gorgeous DSP, too! Thanks for joining me for the August Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop! xx

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    1. Thanks Jessie, I have done a tutorial on this one over on my utube market, I have made 20 of these for my market tomorrow. Angexx

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  2. What a lovely gift idea Angela and that pink is gorgeous !

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    1. Thank You Cheryl, great for my markets too. Angexx

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  3. Adorable Angela. Adore Powder Pink too

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  4. This is a fabulous project, Ange! It's really useful as well as stunning!

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    1. Thank You Stephanie, made 20 all ready for my market tomorrow. Fingers Crossed. Angexx

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  5. You know I love a good 3D project Ang and this is just great and the colour choice is outstanding....Love It

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    1. Thank You Vicki, I've made some for my market tomorrow. You can make them all in different themes as well. Thanks for stopping by. Angexx

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  6. Love the soft colors you used and this would be perfect for making Christmas lists!

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    1. Thank You Debbie, I have a tutorial on it over on my Utube Channel you can find the link under the tab at the top of my blog. Angexx

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  7. Super idea Angela. Love the design and this pretty colour scheme. I must check out your tutorial.

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    1. Thank You Lou, you can find my Utube Channel link under the tab at the top of this blog. Angexx

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  8. What a fantastic project. I love Powder Pink too, it was a close call between that and Berry Burst for my favourite.

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