Instead of working on cards today (actually, I wrote this a week ago, but didn’t take the pictures until today… doh!), I decided to finish up a couple of holiday projects that I’ve been putting off while I’ve been working on a LOT of cards.
In mid-November, I had picked up some notepads in the Target Dollar Spot. Today I made and decorated some covers.
They were pretty easy to do, so I didn’t do a video…yet. Please email me, or comment below, if you’d like a full tutorial on creating these notepad covers.
I got the idea from some YouTube videos I’d seen over the last year. I love seeing what other folks can make from paper and glue. These amazing crafters are such an inspiration!
I also made some hot cocoa die cut tags. I’m giving the notepads out as gifts, so the tag is perfect to go on the outside.
Once those were done, I converted some rosettes, dimensional stickers, and bakers twine into some cute ornaments. The stickers were ones I had picked up at Michaels last year. I just glued them to the front center of the rosettes with strong adhesive, and then hot glued some bakers twine to form a loop on the back. ( I also posted these in a craft challenge at Crafters Castle, so drop by to see all the awesome projects, and enter yourself!)
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