Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Clear Notebooks Galore...

Last week I posted a notebook made from the Clear Mount stamp set cases I made.  Today I have some more to share!  Click HERE to see the last post and see what the inside looks like.  Here are some more notebook ideas for when you want to make your own...


All the notebooks have the same layout...just different stamps and Designer Series Papers and accessories.  These are using retired paper.  The stamps are from Raining Flowers stamp set and the sentiment is from one of the stamps sets that coordinates with the Simply Sent Card Kits...just can't remember the name of it.  The Stampin' Up! Logo is from the cello bag it is in...it isn't on the actual notebook. 

Here are a few more...


These are using the Sale-A-Bration paper from last  year.  LOVE this fun and bright paper so decided to use these for some.  The stamps are from the "Sweets for the Sweet" stamp set (that's the right name...right?!) and the "Fabulous Phrases" set. 

A few more...


I love these because I LOVE this paper.  It's retired as well...from the Summer Picnic pack.  I LOVE this stuff and bought a ton of it before it retired.  So now I get to make lots of cute projects with it still.  :) 

Even MORE notebooks...

These are made with the Sweet Shoppe paper from the mini that just ended yesterday.  Hope you got this paper because it's FUN! 

And one last one...
This one is super fun and made with that amazing "Cheerful Treat" hostess paper that is just available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!  Then the fun Island Floral Die was used for the flower focal point.  Then the glittered letters are from the Timeless Type dies.  Both of these are retiring as well...so get them while you can!

Hope you enjoyed seeing all these notebooks!  Thanks for visiting!

1 comment:

Pam said...

How fun are these!!! I love every one of them and what a great way to use "retired" (but still some favorites of our own!) DSP that we all still have. Great job!!

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