Monday, August 10, 2009

ME & MI MONDAY'S PROJECT 4






Good evening all!!!
I know two posts in one day I can hardly believe it myself!!
Well tonight I bring you this beautiful Mini Pocket book, which I must say took only a hour to make!! It was all the little details that take the time. hehe
If you were looking for a project that uses lots of the new brads from the new mini well look no further.
I have used my two favourite DSP papers "Parisian Breeze Specialty" and "Sweet Slumber Specialty" which coordinate with Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red and Baja Breeze.
You could decorate this book as much or as little as you want too.
Well I guess I better go clean up all my stamping mess! Click here to take you to the link to make one yourself!!
Take care and thanks for visiting,
Amy

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is stunning I really look forward to Monday's!! I have saved this project to make!
Thanks for the link,

Janxxx

Fiona Harrison said...

That is really lovely. Must have a look. Your Raspberry Suite challenge card is also lovely, great use of the colours.

Lesley said...

what a fantastic idea - have been to the link and shall be making one tonight - so glad you put it on your blog for all to see - Lesley x

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful mini book, thanks Amy for the link you are a gem!

Alison said...

Another great project, and I love the colours. I must check out that link.

Debbie Pamment said...

Only one hour to make this little beauty - maybe for YOU - LOL. Gorgeous job - I love mini books!!
xXx

Karen R said...

fantastic project& the link is from 2007 that is even more amazing!

Kylie said...

Fab Mini Book, love the colous and the DSP!

Take Care,
Kylie X

Kristy Young said...

WOW this is gorgeous!
TFS
Kristy xo

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Ooooh ... have been trying to think of a gift for a friend who is having a birthday this week ... off to try this gorgeous idea out. Thanks for sharing Amy!!! Hugs, Andrea xxx

Lesley said...

when I get back from my hols I am hoping to replicate this project in some different paper - lesley x

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