Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Warning this is photo heavy in red and blue!

 So folks on the facebook page fancied a Jubilee project.  Some are scrapbookers and some like me are stamping mad. So I wanted a project that would fit both camps, be adaptable but also be something fresh for me - I am easily bored LOL. So my Little book was formed.
 Inspired by a project in craft stamper a couple of years ago and by a class I did with Clare Rowlands in Feb I came up with my own 7x5 version of a flag card.
 My idea is it can be adapted to take photos and adorned with pretty papers fitting a mini book description.
 Or like mine can be inked and stamped in a layered way and filled with inspirational sayings.
 Stamp sets used are by Pink Paisley, Kanban, Personal Impressions, Creative expressions, Artemio and Tim Holtz
 a real mixture in there
 with a touch or portobello road papers by papermania

 As you can imagine I have very red inky fingers! 
But it was worth it.
Off to post it on the Facebook page and see what folks think.
Thanks for stopping by and if you got to the end - thanks for checking it out!
have a great day x


  1. This is fabulous Janet! Amazing work...and
    so, so fitting for this year of celebrations!
    Well done!
    Hugs xx

  2. Love this Janet - I think I could have a 'thing' aboute mini books and I really like the colours and obviously the theme. Hope you are keeping well. Cheers Anne

  3. Oh it's gorgeous loving the red white and blue theme

  4. Gorgeous book, love all the pages...

  5. Wow! Awesome project, Janet! LOVE it!

  6. Your creation is awesome - I love it!!!!!!

  7. Hiya! Me again! One day we will meet up and have a stamp together x

  8. I love this Janet!! Fantastic!!
    Siobhan xx

  9. The front cover was definitely a teaser, Janet - the whole project is fantastic - I love it! You are one very talented lady. Jx

  10. absolutely fantastic MMMMMWWWWWAAAA xxx

  11. Having seen this 'live', can't wait to have a go.... it's absolutely fantastic, so clever!!!


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