Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Wild Rose Notebook

I really love the Porcelain Prints designer paper - mainly because it goes with Blue Bayou and Wild Wasabi, my favourite SU! colours.

I made this notebook for a friend of mine. I started with the leafy paper. I clipped the pages together on the right, then removed the coil. I always use a spray adhesive for my notebooks, so I sprayed the paper and the notebook cover with adhesive. After letting the adhesive set for an hour, I put the paper on the cover.

Then I decorated. Since the paper goes with the Wild Rose stamp set, I had to use that! I stamped the big rose in Blue Bayou and the leaves in Wild Wasabi and cut them out. I adhered the leaves behind the rose and stuck the whole thing on the notebook with a dimensional. For the bottom strip, I layered Blue Bayou, Wild Wasabi and Very Vanilla cardstock. I stamped the leaves over it, wrapped the double-stitched Blue Bayou ribbon and stamped "cherish" from Baroque Motifs on it.

After the whole thing was finished, I punched holes along the left side so the coil would go through. Then I wound the coil back through the notebook.

I have a few more notebooks that I'll post tomorrow.

I also noticed that I'm getting close to 15 000 hits, so that means it's almost BLOG CANDY TIME!!! Stay tuned this weekend for that!!

6 comments:

Amy G. said...

Very pretty papers! This project looks so time consuming! You pulled it off great Shannon! ;) She'll love it!!!

tyrymom29 said...

Love this notebook !!! Great job!!!

dd2njoy said...

Looks awesome Shannon!! Does that spray adhesive work well?I was going to buy some the other day,but it's pricey and wanted to know if it works well.

My Paper World said...

It's so pretty! Your friend will love it!

Crestajune said...

I really like this. I have been thinking about making a few of these for Christmas gifts, but haven't gotten to it yet. Great job on this one!!

Candace said...

This notebook is absolutely amazing Shannon! I love altering notebooks, I think it's my fave thing to alter, but I've never done a coil bound. I guess now I have inspiration!
Your projects have been absolutely beautiful. Thanks for the wonderful artwork! Although I don't visit every day, when I do visit I read back through all of the posts that you've done since my last visit. And of course, they're all amazing!

take care
Candace