Yep, it’s been a bit of a craft-a-thon that has lead to a blog-a-thon because of the challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Thank You! Check out this blog post for the start of these projects if you’re interested in knowing who these notebooks are for!
This one is a bit snarky, but hey, not everybody likes a serious notebook.
I used stamps from Technique Tuesday and Simple Stories, inks were StazOn, Tsukineko and Stampin’ Up!:
Fun, huh? I’m thinking this might be good for the gym teachers. Nothing too fancy for them – just fun stuff!
So, that’s it for the minis for now. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing them and maybe felt inspired!
I will have some more of the bigger notebooks to share towards the end of the week so please come back!
If you haven’t been following along and you’re curious about this project, you could check out this post which explains a bit more about these projects. I am excited that I have such a fun set of projects to share for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Thank you!
For this mini notebook, the stamps are from Close to My Heart, the inks are StazOn and Stampin’ Up!
It’s been so nice to get to use some of the stamps that I don’t play with nearly as often as I should! I loved the stitched/quilted look of this stamp set. I’m sure you’re much better about playing with your stamp sets, aren’t you?
Anyway, I do have more to share so come back again!
Yep, another notebook to share! I’ve been sharing the same types of projects the last few posts. Feel free to check them out for the inside scoop! And I’m entering Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge : Thank you.
Here’s one using stamps from Papertrey Ink and StazOn and Stampin’ Up! ink:
I’m not one to enjoy repeating a project over and over and this is the only one like this that I made. How about you? Do you like to mass produce or do you like to mix things up? I’ve made 13 notebooks so far and only have repeated 3 of the designs on these smaller ones and that’s OK with me!
I have more to share, so come back again!
I don’t know about you, but the staff at my son’s school have been so important to his development. He has made huge strides in large part due to the support of all kinds of school personnel. Since he’s on his way to the high school now after going to a K-8 school, these are our last gifts and I’ve really enjoyed creating them as a way of recognizing their efforts to help my son. I’m so glad that Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge is Thank You so that I have lots of great projects to enter!
I bought these cute min notebooks and decorated them with the stamps from my stash. I used StazOn ink on the plastic liner for the front…
and Stampin’ Up dye ink for the insides. The stamp is from Close to My Heart.
Only the top page of the sticky notes and notepages is stamped so that it doesn’t interfere too much with usefulness.
Thanks for stopping by!