Sunday 19 June 2016

Altered Jotter Pad

Happy Father's Day to all those Dads out there. 

Welcome to my new follower, Karen of My Cup Runneth Over.  Thank you for joining me.

An altered inexpensive jotter pad today.
The circle and tag are punched from cork using Fiskars power punches, then matted on dark blue card.  I added a little Woodware saw brad and some Card Candi.  Navy blue card and cork were snippets, so I'll be off to play in the Playground.

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  1. Such a cute altered note pad! Great idea for Father's Day! Love these colours for a masculine project!

  2. A great altered jotter - an idea that can be used for so many occasions.
    Kath x

  3. Super idea! Love the masculine look of this for a Dad!

  4. What a handy little gift, and love the blues with the kraft, tans & navy triangles - works great with that tiny little saw! How cool to add that to a guy card. Also love the bitty brads decorating the top...'dressed up just enough', but still a perfectly masculine note pad that a guy could put to good use. It's a delightful idea and made very special by your creativity. TFS & Hugs

  5. Great idea Liz, handy gift for a man.
    Pam x

  6. Love the colours Liz - you can't beat a note pad!

  7. Cute idea. Thanks for sharing with Ruby's Rainbow.

  8. I love this note pad Liz, the cork is a great texture to use for the men too.
    Janice x

  9. A lovely idea. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Ruby's Rainbow.
    Hugs Helen (DT) x

  10. Super notepad Liz - you always come up with such great ideas. Loving the masculine feel of the pad too.


    Di xx

  11. Fabulous creation! thank you so much for joining us at Ruby's Rainbow Challenges, hope you will join us again
    Shaz DT x

  12. This is so sweet, just wish I knew a man who would admit to writing lists! Cara x


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