Thursday, January 7, 2016

Mini Notebooks!


Hi everyone! It's good to be back in 2016! I had a bit of time on my hands so I thought I would create a little something for the Papertrey Ink Make It Monday #236. You could choose which MIM project you wanted to do and because I love fun, little gifts, I chose the Die-Cut Mini Notebooks by Melissa Phillips.

These mini notebooks were super easy to create and this was the perfect opportunity to use up the pretty printed papers I had left over from a previous Stamp-A-Faire! I combined the paper with the coordinating stamp set and added in a few details for these sweet mini notebooks!



Pretty shades of coral and turquoise for this mini! It also features some die-cut flowers with twine and a button! I stamped multiple images on the first page but only one tiny bouquet on the rest.



Elegance here with the gorgeous 1920's patterned paper along with a beautiful stamped image that is gussied up with shiny gems! Love the art deco font too!



I believe this mini is my favorite! I love red and florals so it makes perfect sense! I embellished some flower buttons with some tiny stamen and added a few colored ones in the background!



Lastly, a bright and colorful notebook decorated with fun items from the 1980's! The magical days of cassette tapes and rainbows! I stamped the hearts on the pages with a Kaleidacolor rainbow stamp pad!


These mini notebooks were a joy to make and I will love giving them away as little gifts! 


Thanks for checking out my blog! Bee Happy!!

Supplies Used:
Kaleidacolor 'Bouquet' rainbow stamp pad 
Enamel Dots by Basic Grey and My Mind's Eye
Kaisercraft gems
American Crafts ribbon
Deckle edge scissors

8 comments:

  1. These are so sweet-- very inspiring!

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  2. I agree with both comments above, and beautiful color!

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  3. These are all so fun and colourful! Love them all.

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  4. Great collection of mini notebooks. Good way to use that pattern paper. Need to make some of these.

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  5. These are great, very inspiring. I am going to use up my stamp a Faire stuff this way, thanks for the idea!

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  6. Well, aren't those cute!! Lucky recipients! Really great. Thanks for sharing them.

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