Clockwork Notepad~SU Regional

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I am in LOVE with this mini notepad! One of the three make-and-take projects we created this weekend at the Stampin’Up! Regional event in St. Louis. There were 12 ladies from our downline group (four from my direct line, and 6 from my upline’s group near Macon, MO). Everyone had a wonderful time, and my brain has been working overtime trying to schedule events for all of the AMAZING demonstrations, information, and project ideas!!!

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All three make-and-take projects featured the “Clockworks” stamp set in the main Idea Book and Catalog. This is a perfect example of how easy it is to overlook a stamp set. I can’t tell you how many times I have looked through that book and never once thought to order this set. Now, I am in love! It is wonderful for backgrounds and creates a really neat collage.

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We used the Simply Scored tool to create the grid design on the basic gray cardstock. You could also use it to make the folds on the pennants, but I was too impatient and just folded them myself-lol!

Here’s a quick tip for the flowers: After you punch them out, spritz them with water and cumple them up. Let it dry and then form them into the flower shape. Great for adding texture!

We added a few Vintage Faceted Designer buttons and secured them with mini glue dots.

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We also received an instructions sheet, which included a list of all of the supplies and measurements. Let me know if you’d like me to retype them (if they are too small to read)

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Have a Fabulous Monday and Happy Stamping!!!!!

~Lauren

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2 thoughts on “Clockwork Notepad~SU Regional

  1. This is a fantastic project. Have looked at the set a few times but never ordered! Hmmmm… Also love the colors! What type of notepad was used to put the cover on?? Thanks for sharingDate: Mon, 25 Mar 2013 15:00:49 +0000 To: byost9@msn.com

    • Thanks Betsy! The notepad is 4×6″, and we used a piece of gray cardstock measuring 4×7-1/4″ as the cover.
      You could easily adjust the size of the cardstock to fit whatever size notepads you find. Hope that helps 🙂

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