Saturday, 21 July 2012

Shopping List Pads
















Hi Friends,

At Leeds training I forgot my notepad! So Helen my upline gave me a lovely little one she'd decorated. I used it that day but as soon as I had chance I decided to buy some and decorate myself. thay are loved by all my friends and make a super little gift. so this week I've bought some shopping list pads and decorated them. I've used some old DSP papers and teamed it with the mixed bunch stamp set and the bird punch. instead of using the punches for the flower I have cut it by hand. I think I'll invest in the punches though its much quicker if I am to make a lot.





15 comments:

  1. Hello Sue,

    This just might be a repeat, I finished one comment and it sort of disappeared before my eyes, one of the little glitches I need to iron out with my new word recognition programme.

    I'm thrilled to bits that you have found time to join in my little fun challenge, your little notebook is so pretty and nice to have something so useful.

    B X

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  2. These are super pretty. Time to take my drab ole shopping list and make something like these. I am a crafter after all and should make things pretty, right? Thanks for the inspiration. Talk to you in chat.

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  3. These are great and very pretty x

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  4. I love your notebooks what a lovely hand made gift to receive xx

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  5. I do like the idea of this decorated notepad :D Happy blog hoppy xx

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  6. Great idea, they look great. xxx

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  7. wow super little note books and what a great idea ... just dong a bit of blog hopping ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

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  8. This looks lovely. A great idea.
    Heike xx

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  9. such a lovely gift idea and very pretty. x

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  10. these are gorgeous, I love the design and the colours are fabulous.

    Sue

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  11. Super cute! How nice your friend came to the rescue! Hugs xxx

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  12. love your decorated note-books
    carol x

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