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Pinque Peacock - April Release Day 3


Good Day all!  Today, I am participating in Day 3 of Pinque Peacock's April release!  If you haven't yet participated, you'll want to start over on Pinque Peacock's blog HERE. (And remember to participate in all three days to see all the great projects!)

There are PRIZES!  So, make sure you read all about it on the starter post!

My little journal project above features one of the fabulous silk buttons included in this months release.  I won't really spend too much time chatting about it, because I don't want to hold you up from see what else everybody else made (and there are some wonderfully beautiful projects - much more genius than mine!)

Thanks so much for participating in the hop this month!  And have a wonderful Sunday!

Jessica is next ---->  JESSICA'S CRAFT SHAQUE


Comments

Donna K said…
You do a smashing job with your journals, Rebecca!! Love this one and the colors are grand! I'm just curious if you stitched the actual journal yourself as well?

Happy Sunday and thanks for sharing, I'm a big fan of your work!!
~Donna K
Nupur said…
ooooo my wat a fantastic project...this is beautifulll...love it...:D
jessica said…
This is beautiful Rebecca! LOVE the gorgeous colors!!
Thanks for sharing and hope you are having a GREAT weekend!
Unknown said…
I love those colors and that fabric button is great!!


Tara
Unknown said…
Rebecca your journal IS genius, lol. I love the colors as well as how you used the button. This has such a wonderful feel to it. TFS~Mary
http://Mary-fortheloveofart.blogspot.com
SusieScrapper said…
So pretty and just love the folded flower with the button!

Susie
http://scrappyrandomness.blogspot.com/
Unknown said…
BEAUTIFUL card Rebecca! Love it :)
PINQUETTE Rhonda
VanessaB said…
very nice journal :)
Great card. Love the colors and the polka dots. TFS
An'Jenic G. said…
What a beautiful journal. I love the papers, ribbons and colors. TFS AJ-
Sugarlips said…
This turned out amazing! I love the flower you made behind the button. It is really cute!
Salnclts said…
I love your altered journal cover! I love the colors you chose! I'm a new follower on here and you're FB page! :)
Great project!!!!
Pinquette Shelley
Tiggerscraps said…
This is so pretty, great use of the button
Jessica Buffa said…
Oh Rebecca, do not sell yourself short my dear....this Journal is Jaw Dropping. I really swooned out loud when I first got to peek at it...amazing color choices with all your supplies and I adore the layout. Love the rosette with the button center...DARLING!
TeresaK said…
What perfect colors for this beautiful button from PP! Lovely journal!
Beckie said…
Great notebook. Love how you used that button.

Be blessed, Beckie
Lucy E. said…
Great project Rebecca!

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