Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Teacher Gift - Tilda Notepad

Hi again!
I'm back for my second posting today!  Our town is holding an 'Art in the Park' festival this coming Sunday and I've signed myself up to have a booth and hopefully sell my cards and demonstrate some cardmaking.  I'm really excited about it!  With this in mind I found these fabulous paper pads at the Dollar store today and decided to alter them into teacher gifts!  I loved doing this project and am thrilled at how they turned out.  This fun paper is awesome for covering the pad and I just love the colours.  Tilda was coloured with Distress Inks and I used the nesties Labels 4 for the main panel.  Here's a close up picture with the Prima flowers and MS branch punch.
The final photo is of the inside panel. I used a journalling stamp from The Stamp Barn to create an 'important numbers' list which was die cut using my nesties curved rectangles.  The flowers were made using my medium and small size retro flower punches. 

Thanks for stopping by again today - I really appreciate it!  I hope you enjoyed my notepad project - I plan on making a few more which will hopefully get sold on Sunday!
Have a great evening everyone!
Hugs,

20 comments:

Amanda's paper palace said...

Wow this is a really great idea good luck with the fayre
hugs amanda x

helen said...

wow you did a gret job with these ...best of luck with the fayre
hugs
helen x

dolcreations said...

Oh my goodness...you have done an amazing job with this! I love how neat and tidy your edges are when you tucked it all in!!! That takes lots of patients....I love Tilda on it as well! Great Job Danielle. Your teachers will really appreciate all the work and thought you put into it!! I wish I lived in Ottawa..I would come see your booth. I hope you do well! Have Fun!!!

KanataNewf said...

This is just adorable. Bet you better make a bunch for the art in the park - given the time of year I bet lots of people would love to give these as teacher's gifts.

Rachel said...

WOW!!! What lucky teacher's, they are going to LOVE these!! you did an awesome job Danielle!! :0)
hugs,
Rachel

Claudia Rosa said...

hello Danielle.. i love how you colored Tilda. the top is more dark and than lighter towards the bottom.. great card with the colors and embellies

hugs
claudia

San said...

I love this project, it's beautiful. :)
Good luck selling your stuff at the festival. Sounds like fun. :)

Cheryl Joshua said...

WOW,WOW,WOW absolutely gorgeous!!! I love it and what a fantastic idea!
Hugs xx

Riet said...

Wowww Danielle,what beautiful,l love the image and colour.

Hugs Riet.x

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

Gorgeous idea Danielle, love the cute image and the beautiful papers you have used. Hugs Nikki x

Tab said...

Ooooh I'm not surprised that you are pleased with your gifts, they're gorge hun! Love the fab colours and embellishments! Hope that you get on well with your stalls, sounds so much fun!
Hugs Tab xxx

Bev said...

Fabulous card sweetie, such wonderful detail! Thanks for joining us at JM this week x

Andrea, said...

Oh this is fab Danielle, beautiful colours and image

Lorraine said...

Super idea

Jacilynn said...

Really great project. Such a clever idea. Any teacher would love to get this!
Big Hugs

Tara said...

This is just fabulous Danielle - you did such a great job and it looks really professional! xx

cats whiskers said...

What a beautiful creation dear, love the wonderful colours and stunning image and those papers are scrummy, its so nice to be back on line
have missed you all
Hugs Jacqui x

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