Sunday, November 06, 2011

Cutting Cafe Inspiration/Jot It Down

Our Cutting Cafe inspiration this week is from the Jot It Down printable series. This set will allow you to design so many different projects. I made a small little scrapbook of sorts.... with a few pages for notes, and places to add some small photographs that you cherish.

I selected a 12x12 double sided paper and I cut the sheet in half. I folded each half and stacked them which gave me 8 pages to design on. I added two eyelets and threaded lime green ribbon through to bind the sections together. The front of the little scrapbook has a rubber stamp title.

This is a stand up view. Isn't it wonderful when the backside of your paper is as pretty as the front side?
I've added some of the wonderful printables. This view of the two pages side by side will allow some cherished memory notes and a small photograph.
Another area to write some notes. I've added a punch heart, and Nestie mounts.
I think these two pages would be wonderful to add some photographs.
That's it... my little quick and easy creation using the Cafe's Jot It Down. You can see that set right here ...and be sure to check the Cutting Cafe inspiration blog on Wednesday. The design team will have some wonderful things to inspire you.


Louise said...

Ooh, I haven't seen this set before - I'm off to have a look!
I love your little Memory book, fab colours and embellishments :)

DonnaMundinger said...

What a beautiful little book! Love how you've used the set. Looks like a fun one to work with. xxD

1CardCreator said...

What a clever way to get it to all color coordinate together! I love all the beautiful details, looks like a fun set!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Beautiful memory book! Great papers!

Regina Easter said...

oh Carole, you did an adorable little wow wow what a fantastic it

DeeDee said...

Oooooh, love the colors girlie! This turned out so sweet! HUGS! :)

Jeri said...

Gosh, I've had the hardest time getting here today. First my computer broke, lucky I have a computer neighbor. Then I couldn't get an internet connection. Anyway, I just love this little mini scrapbook. The paper and colors are simply scrumptious. Beautiful job!

Laura Davis said...