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!!!
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.
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.
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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2 thoughts on “Clockwork Notepad~SU Regional”
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 🙂