Daisy Notebook

Good morning!  I know I just made and posted a notebook the other day, but my neighbor asked me to make her a book for a friend of hers and it turned out so pretty that I just has to share it with you.  My friend asked for a book using the color purple and she wanted the word miracles on the front. I didn't have stamp with the word miracle on it so I ended up printing it out on my computer.  I have a post of a tutorial, found here showing how I make these note books.
  
Here is a close up of the flowers I made using the daisy die.  I used a bone folder to help me slightly fold/bend the flower petals- this gives the flowers an awesome raised look.  The flower centers were punched out using circle punches, and then I put them into the perfect polka dots embossing folder and dry embossed them.  Before I glued the flower centers onto the daisies I sponged the edges using more mustard ink.

Here's another close up photo of the flowers.  I placed them onto the note book cover using dimensionals.  The leaves were cut using the little leaves sizzlit and they were adhered onto the note book using tombow multi glue.  In this photo you can see my ruffled ribbon and I do that by placing a long strip of sticky tape on the book and then I start working the ribbon side to side a bit while bunching up the ribbon and pushing it down which makes it stick to the tape.  I use a paper piercing tool to help me do this.  My sentiment is layered using oval punches and I do have one dimensionals under that to help hold it in place.

I thought I would show you a photo of how I finished off the inside of this book.  As you can see my ribbon is flat on the inside.  I only ruffle the ribbon on the front of the book.

I'm entering my notebook in the following challengess-

Creative Card Crew the challenge was to use the color purple.  Purple must be the predominate color.  I had to play along because purple is also my favorite color!

Totally Gorjuss Challenge- to use both a punch and a die.  I used my daisy die for the daisies (a sizzlit for the leaves) and I used circle punches for the flower centers and oval punches to layer my sentiment.

Tuesday Alchemy Challenge- which was to create anything, but a card or a tag.

Stamps:  None
Card Stock:  White, Daffodil Delight, Certainly Celery, Polka Dot Parade DSP, In Color Retired DSP Stack
Ink:  More Mustard
Supplies:  Big Shot, Daisy Die, Little Leaves Sizzlit, 3/4" Circle Punch, 1/2" Circle Punch, Circle Punch from Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Polka Dots Embossing Folder, Ribbon, Twine, Scallop Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch, Dimensionals, Tombow Multi Glue, Sticky Strip Tape, Corner Rounder Punch, Composition Book, Refillable Pen, Sponge, Bone Folder, Hole Punch- for tying twine through sentiment
Technique:  Dry Embossing, Sponging, Altered Items

***Before I sign off for the day a friend of mine, Kathi is having a blog candy give-away on her blog and I wanted to share her link with you. Here is the link to her blog candy post so if you have a minute hop on over to Kathi's blog and see what she's offering.***

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12 comments:

BlackLissi said...

Oh wow! Your notebook is just perfect! I love your dimensional daisy flowers. Really beautiful work!
Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Alchemy.
Maria

Joanna said...

Really VERY pretty. Love your ribbon treatment. Thanks for joining in the "purple" challenge over at Creative Card Crew.

:: BlueInks :: said...

Another adorable notebook. I love the purple and yellow together.

Eileen Ng said...

This is really great! The flowers match the colors so well! So beautiful and well made. Thanks for sharing it with us at Tuesday Alchemy!

Eileen

artsycraftsyfun said...

Beautiful work. I like how neat it looks.

Danielle Vincent said...

Oh my goodness this is just wonderful! What a great gift! I LOVE that Daisy die.

Jacqueline said...

Wow Patty, I am just sat here now drooling over the photo of your notebook - it's so so pretty - Jacqueline xx

Ellapu said...

Fab notebook.. thanks for sharing over at CCC this time
Elaine DT

Design Originals by KC said...

I am pinning this right now and coming back because I want to make this for my new business ideas!

Thanks for great inspiration and a tutorial. Also thanks for plugging my blog. You are a great friend Patty! Kathi

Carolina Little said...

WOW Patty!!!. This notebook is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!. LOVE those daisies!!! Great project.

Melina said...

That is so cute Patty! Great project :)

Denise @ kc242 said...

What a wonderful project Love your design. Thanks so much for playing along with the Creative Card Crew this week!
Denise
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