Today’s project started out as a Christmas Wish List….but then I couldn’t resist making a new notepad for myself. The “A” is the Serif Essentials Big Shot Dies (they are perfect for scrapbooking!!) and the scallop circle is from the Pennant Die.
Good news….New Coasters have arrived…This project was made with Medium Weight Rectangle Coasters. If you’re using the “Bind it All” you might want the medium weight…it’s a little thinner and easier to use. Click here if you’d like to order coasters.
I used the Ski Slope Designer Paper to cover the front, back and inside of my notepad/wishlist.
Have a great day!!
p.s. I think the “A” might not be straight :O Does it look a little slanted?
Love this!! You know, I didn’t notice the A was slanted until you mentioned it. Don’t worry, it looks awesome. What note paper did you use in this?
Very cute note pad. I also did not notice the ‘A’ until you mentioned it. 🙂
Very nice Angie. I also didn’t notice the A was slanted and even if it was when you make things by hand they cann’t be perfect and that is what is great. None are the same.
p.s. I also have a blog now (angelcards.blogspot.com
Very cute Angie. Until you mentiuoned it (the “A”)I didn’t notice; besides anything less than 3 milimeters shouldn’t matter. When you up line up the bottom of the “A” with the little flower design it is not enough to worry about.
Your notebook turned out great !!
This notebook is gorgeous, love the green & brown together. The slant is part of the design isn’t it? (that’s what I always tell myself).
Lovely notepad Angie … I’ll have to try one of these. I agree with Lyn, the slanted A MUST be part of the design LOL! Keep up the good work!
I just love this!! I definetely have to make one. Love the simplicity of it. Same comment about the “A”, and where did you get the DP, i was assuming it was SU, but can’t find it. I must have it!!!!
Just semi new to cardmaking in Nova Scotia Canada and love your site. You have inspired me to do so much. I am making my Xmas cards this year and tags. Keep them comin’
An inspired fan…