Saturday, January 8, 2011

My Personal Challenge Notebook


Hello & Happy Saturday!

Today, i'm sharing with you a notebook that I altered for my Personal Stamp Challenge. This will help me to keep track of which stamps I used. I took a composition book and added some cardstock to the front & back then some Basic Grey Ambrosia DSP. Then I used another SU retired stamp called Stipple Butterfly. It's a stamp that I really like but hardly ever use. I colored my butterfly with Copics then cut it out with Circle Nestibilities and popped it up on top of the Lacey Scallop Circle Nestibilities. Then, I added my sentiment from PaperTreyInk and some Kaiser Rhinestones. Take a look...




My Personal Stamp Challenge Notebook:
Stamps: Stipple Butterfly, Sentiment from PaperTreyInk
Ink: Memento Black, Copic Markers
Cardstock: Tangerine Tango, Pumpkin Pie, PTI White, Basic Grey Ambrosia DSP
Accessories: Circle & Lacey Scallop Circle Nestibilities, Tangerine Tango Grosgrain, Pearl Brad, Kaiser Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Scor Tape


Stipple Butterfly is the 3rd stamp used in my challenge :)


Quick, easy and perfect for helping me stay on track!
Hope ya like!

Gonna be a busy day with lots of stamping taking place! WooHoo! I love days like that!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!
~Wendy

5 comments:

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Okay Wendy, now I am going to go make one of these journals! Marvelous idea! This one is just gorgeous!

Patti said...

I'll be making one too! Great idea! I'm having fun digging into my stash and finding all kinds of treasures! Love your notebook!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Hey Wendy, I made one! Take a lookie if you get a chance!
http://lakesidestamping.blogspot.com/2011/01/my-stamping-journal.html

Vicki said...

OH MY!!! I want to make one of those!!!! So pretty!!!! I can't wait to get together!!! see ya soon!!!

Our Little Inspirations said...

I used to make my granddaughter an altered composition book every year for school, but now she's too "old" for that {she's 12} LOL This is a great idea, and that butterfly sure is pretty!!