Wednesday, July 16, 2008


I'm sure you have all experienced this on more than one occasion. The more you look at a project the more and more you come up with ways you can improve upon it. It's not that I disliked how Brittany's notebook turned out. I just thought it was a little on the plain side. She also realized that she would need something a little bigger to write down recipes, tips and hints. So I made her a complete new set of notebooks. The larger one for her recipes and other things she needs to take note of and the mini one for her to keep in her purse with a list of the items she already has so she does not double up while shopping for supplies.

I bought the composition notebook at the dollar store and the smaller notebook was purchased at target for $1. I covered both with paper from Chatter Box, their Scrap Walls line, Loft Bias Plaid. I love that paper. On the larger notebook I used Creative Cafe's Classified Alphabet. You can not tell in the picture but the letters are felt and so soft. I also used Jolee's for the mini silverware attached to the primas with a little bling brad. The tabs on the larger notebook are punched with my SU Round Tab punch.


  1. This is so cool!!! I LOVE that mini fork and spoon! She's gotta LOVE this!!!

  2. The sequel is so fabulous!!! You are so talented! I love the fork and spoon! Brittany is so lucky to have a mom who is so supportive!

  3. Love the sequel! The silverware are adorable. She's going to need a not so pretty notebook to jot things down with her frosting fingers! You have blessed her with the gift of creativity! TFS