Sunday, March 25, 2007

Wintery minibook...

Now I can finally share what I have been working on for the last few days. And no, it doesn't take days to make. I have just done little bits here and there as I'm still recovering from being ill. Anyway, this was such a fun project by Shimelle. I saw it on the Fiskars TV website last weekend, just before I got ill, and decided it was something I would definitely give a go.


I really, really enjoyed doing this book and I can easily see myself doing something similar in the future again!! So quick and easy by just cutting 12x12 cardstock into 3 strips etc. I have even managed to surprise myself by using the brightest (!!) sheet of green cardstock I have ever seen. I got it in a kit a few years ago and it's been in my cardstock pile ever since (never thought I'd use it) LOL!


5 comments:

Alexandra Belo said...

I love it!!!

Dale Anne said...

Oh I LOVE this mini book!
GREAT JOB!!!
I have mine packed up in a project bag ready to make up when we find out when my DH's surgery is....I need something to do at the hospital while waiting......

Did you see Shimelle's other mini book on the Fiskateers blog:
http://fiskateers.com/blog/2007/03/17/1-luck-girl-and-17-reasons/

Laura said...

Wow love the book, will have to give it a go myself!!

Anonymous said...

Great little book - I printed out pictures last night for a book I want to do yet (when I find some time). Where did you get your "Art Doesn't Have to be Perfect" stamp? Love it!
Hetty

Anonymous said...

Great job on the book! I too love the "Art Doesn't Have to be Perfect" stamp, and searched through the previous posts and found out that it found at Catslifepress. Here is a link, hopefully, to the stamp: http://www.catslifepress.com/catalog/art1.htm