Here's the little book then, it's about 5.5" square and as you can see, is intended as a birthday book. It's been an antidote to the doom and gloom of post Christmas rubbish to work with these lovely papers - they're ipapers from Amber Ink. I know you already know this - but I bought 5 different patterns and the bunting image for five bucks..and they're never ending. How slow to catch up am I?!
So you can see how I used the punch that's on my WOYWW desk, to make the page tabs and a Cuttlebug folder that I love, it's a sort of officey file page. I used the ipapers to extend the width so that the birthday details aren't lost in the punched area. Then a handful of Hero Arts' stamps, couple inkpads and a cropadile saw to the rest. See, I sold my Bind it All last Year. So I used the cropadile to make the binding holes which was probably very labour intensive. It was. But that's fine, I've done it now.I like it, it's fresh and cheerful. After all the glimpses, hope it was worth waiting to see! I completely forgot to say that over at Amber Ink there's a challenge - enter anything you make with one or more of Amber's products - the theme is organisation. Bit ironic for the likes of me! Go see!