Tuesday, June 7, 2011


Sorry I have been MIA lately.  This working 5 days has really cramped my style!  I have been busy in the background working on some projects for classes and Stamp Club, but I can't show you those yet!

I did want to share a couple of cute Altered Notepads I recently made for my monthly craft fair.  The first is a Post-it-Note holder and pen set using French Foliage.  Now I don't actually own this set, but I did borrow it from the lovely Rhonda Imrie and I have to say I LOVE IT!  It is my new favourite set (like I don't already have enough favourites!).  I haven't used traditional Autumn colours here though.  Instead I have used Baja Breeze, Sahara Sand and Perfect Plum.  I have stamp the background using the smallest SU acrylic block to get the "brick" thing going on.

The second Note pad is a altered shopping list.  I got the cutest swap at Convention from Barbara Bicknell and just had to have a go at recreating it myself.  This was fun to put together and I have altered the pen to match too, by inserting the same DSP on the front of the pad, down the barrell of the pen.

I do hope to post a bit more regularly than I have been lately.  So please come back often to check and leave a comment - I do so appreciate hearing your thoughts on my projects!


  1. Fantastic notepads, I like the non autumn colours.

  2. These are adorable Paula. I especially love the top one with French Foliage. That's one of my favourite sets too :)

  3. Beautiful work for the Craft Fairs, Paula. Working 5 days? - what a bummer.

  4. Great ideas Paula, love your background done with acrylic blocks....into my case file with these...:0)

  5. Both great projects Paula. The non-Autumn colours look fabulous on the post it note book. :)

  6. Very pretty note pads, how did you make the pen holder and how did you put it on ?

    1. Hi Renita,
      both pads have the pen attached differently. The purple pad has the pen holder actually cut and folded withing the pad base. For the long pad pen holder I have punched an oval piece of card, wrap it around the pen, and then attached it to the cover. Hope this helps, Paula


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