What’s a girl to do on her day off???
Monday again. Day off for Ginny. The problem with that is I wind up wanting to play paper. All my paper goodies are at the shop. : ( Problem solved….D.H. has generously provided me with the current issue of one of my favorite magazines…Where Women Create!!! Let the happiness and joy commence!!! I have time to peruse the pages. Working studios of women artists from all over the country! So many ideas for storage and decor!!! Even better…no tv…just my favorite Pandora channel. Melody Gardot and Adel, and Amos Lee. Now all I need is a good cup of coffee and Scooter to curl up with.
I am actually working a bit today…or should I say preparing to work. Getting chipboard pieces ready to turn into delicious little elements for projects. As requested by my ever so wonderful Paper Peeps!
Oh…and just for good measure I will try to sneak in some housework. : )
Hope your day is going as well as mine….: )!!!! G
This pretty frame is soooo girly! I used a wooden frame for the base and added paper from Websters Pages. There is chipboard letters and dimensional butterflies! Just the right amount of bling to consider it bedazzled and some pretty little flowers. So sweet! This should be in Polly’s Etsy shop later today…just follow the link on the right : )
This is a pretty little set of note cards I made in the shop yesterday. I layered lot’s of paper and stamped and inked the butterfly. A little bling for added detail. They are blank inside…so they are just right for any occasion.
This set is for Valentines. There’s 4 cards with envelopes and tied together with a little ribbon trim! So pretty! It’s blank inside…so you can add your own sweet nothings.
I really love this set. It’s more funky. The stamp I used is more stylized than realistic..and I used two different blues for a dimensional effect and topped it all off with a blingy flower! These note cards are blank inside….so perfect for any occasion….just add your own sentiment!
These note card sets are available in Polly’s Etsy shop. If you’re interested…follow the link from the right…and it will take you right there!
Pretty little mini class…..
Want to take a fun class on a sweet little Valentine project? Heather Hudson has designed an original project just for the Polly’s Peeps! She will be at Polly’s Tuesday night at 6:15 to instruct us on how to make one of our own! Please be ready to get down to business when the class starts…as it does involve a lot of inking and stamping. An old shirt might not be a bad idea either…ink sets quickly and dries permanently. Cost of the class is $25.00 and includes all materials and the use of Heathers/Polly’s tools. If you would like to join in on the fun….and take home a great little project please email me at email@example.com with Heather’s Class in the subject column. Or stop in the shop.
I don’t get to join in the challenge…but I do want to join in the fun! Here is the little mini I whipped up for the recipe theme for our blog challenge. Super fun paper and lot’s of it. 6 layers just on the front cover! I added a few flowers from Petaloo. The top one I had to use some orange marmalade Distress ink on to make the color pop. The center is a chip element that I covered in a flower pattern that was on a scrap from the patterned paper…topped off with a cute little brad. A few buttons for some accent color and that is a recipe for a sweet little book cover.
First set of pages with recipe cards attached at the top and secured at the bottom with a little metal element. The card flips up…so more room to add your recipe details. Notice the tabs on the side of the pages??? I just love em! I should have put dessert first though…darn! There is a lot of pattern going on here so all it needed for embellishment was a few buttons.
There is a pocket on the right of this set of pages to tuck in extra recipes. Another flip up card and a sweet little flower I made simply by layering some buttons on a paper flower and leaf. Very cheerful I think.
Two more flip up cards here. Kiss the cook says it all…no need for further embellishment. I used that strong orange solid to separate the patterns…. otherwise it might make your eyes go buggy.
This has turned out to be my favorite set of pages. Funny considering that when I was assembling them I wasn’t sure I was going to like them at all. lol . It came to life after I added the little paper strips to the pocket…then layered on some flower parts. The center of the flower is another piece cut from the scrap I mentioned earlier. It just goes to show that even little scraps can make a big impact!
The back is covered in a fun little plaid. You can see all the tabs from the back now.