Friday, January 15, 2010

Valentine Notebook

I was looking at my Christmas notebooks and decided I needed a Valentine one. So I made this one up using Hibiscus cardstock and Simple Valentine paper from PTI. I used stamps from Tiny Treats, Simple Valentine, and Take Note. A little grosgrain pure poppy ribbon and buttons finish it off. Thanks for stopping by!

13 comments:

Lee said...

I love this. Have had my notebooks and stamp set for 2 months and haven't even used them yet.

Joan B said...

Adorable! Would you mind letting me know if you used a punch or die cut for the image and what size you used? /thanks!

IamDerby said...

Hi Joan! I used a spellbinder die for the scalloped shape. I am not sure if it was the small or large set. I used an ek success paper shaper for the heart shape, I believe its hot pink, PTI sells it

Diane said...

Absolutely gorgeous! These notebooks are so cute and useful. One of these days I need to start making mine.

Nadine said...

What a cute notebook! And I love how you finished off the inside, you should submit this for the Jan Bloghop! My notebooks are plain and boring on the inside!

Belinda said...

Such a cute notebook! Love the way you finished the inside too!

Monica K. said...

That's clever that you used that Tiny Treats writing stamp and turned it into a notepad. It's a really adorable notepad and I love the inside too.

Diane Jaquay said...

This is adorable and I love the touches you added on the inside!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Really Cute! Love the inside too. Something like this would be a nice entry for the Blog Hop on the 25th.

Anonymous said...

This is awesome!! How did you slit the front to slide in the paper??

IamDerby said...

@ Anonymous- I didnt slit the front so I am not sure what you mean?

Anonymous said...

Whoops - time for new contacts! The way the printed paper is trimmed on the corners, it looked as if it were inserted into the background Hibiscus paper.

Either way, it looks awesome!

Jeanne said...

Love the interior of this notebook! It is all in the details and you have done a great job!