Sunday, October 17, 2010

Xmas Wishlist/Planner -Altered Note Pads



Hello, there! Excuse me for my short absence but I still believe in that saying that absence makes the heart go fonder. Don't you think? Anyway, todays share is a cute note pad I made for my workshop guest who brought a friend. Yup, I just had to make those cute owls again and this time I made a Santa Owl! Whoo Whoo Whoo.. (instead of ho, ho, ho). Notice I added a little Pom Pom on his hat!

My cover for these note pads are the new DSP, Candy Cane Christmas #120809. What I love about this DSP set are the glitters on the paper. They just sparkle everywhere and makes your project look so magical!(the picture does not even do justice to show it) I used 80 sheet, small composition notebooks in this project which measures 3-1/4" x 4-1/2". To complete the ensemble, I included a pen which I wrapped with DSP then tied a red bow on it. I had to insert the DSP in one of the pens, however, it didn't go well with the other because the DSP was to thick to fit in the pen capsule.



These notepads can be used as your Xmas Planner as your guide to:
Decking the Halls,
Trimming the Trees,
and spreading GOOD CHEER without falling off your sleigh....

So for my upcoming Holiday Workshops, you get this notepad with a pen FREE, when you bring a friend!!!

Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Please visit my blog and my Stampin Up Website! Have a nice day!

7 comments:

Gina Wrona said...

Love it! Wish I could attend, but since we are not in the same State it's not possible.

Hugs,
Gina

Debbie H said...

Love the snowman owl, too cute!

lisa808 said...

Ho, ho, ho--that's a jolly good santa owl!

jimlynn said...

PRECIOUS!!!!
Lynn

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Your Santa owl is wonderful! The best I have seen!

I love your blog and your creations!

Wishing you a great week!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

myhappyplace said...

Oh my, these are so cute! May I Case you?

Jayne S. said...

These are SOOOOOOO cute! Can you give us a few tips on how you made Santa Owl? What punches did you use for the "details"?
Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations!
~Jayne S.
jayne@jaynestamps.com

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