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Notes Book


Today I'm participating in Pinque Peacock's July Release Blog Hop!  

I will not bore you with lots of jibber jabber...only the facts!  We're busy people and summer brings a desire to do things other than sit in front of the computer!

(Also, brush up on the rules if you want to win GOODIES)

Here's closeup of the release products I used:


Such a joy to work with. TOTALLY loved the Small Splendid Swirl.
And I always like working with the Pinque Peacock Stick Pins.

Oh, I made this little journal completely from scratch!

I learned to do this from my dear friend Joanne.  One of these days, I'll have to post a video tutorial to make one for yourself, but I'll have to get over my anxiety for thinking I sound like a 12 year old when I speak (because I do).

Anyway, I promised no Jabber....

So, off with you NOW....to

Thanks for stopping by!

Comments

Unknown said…
OMG... Rebecca, this journal is tooooo cute!... awesome sauce... love it :))
~Rhonda
Julie Odil said…
Hey, Bek! I'm not taking time for the whole hop, but I wanted to see your lovely creation. And it is! (Lovely)
Donna K said…
Love your note books, Rebecca!! Be sure to let us know when you post the how to... this one is darling...each element makes it uniquely special! Way to go you talented lady you!! Happy Sunday!
~Donna K @ Created by Donna K
ScrapYourWorld said…
love me some notebooks, and this one is to darn cute!! I would love to see your video. Don't worry about your voice, I'm from NC, and I have a southern accent that strays me away sometimes.
Paula
Tiggerscraps said…
So so pretty!! Great job
Cathie w said…
you journal is very pretty\


cathie
scraphappycat@gmail.com
SusieScrapper said…
Your journal is so pretty!!

Susie
http://scrappyrandomness.blogspot.com/
Nupur said…
wow...pretty pretty it is! love the cool and calm look of it...i would love to have it..xx
Salnclts said…
I love your notebook! I love all the flowers!! I have a deep voice for a girl so don't worry about your voice! :)
Unknown said…
Rebecca I just love this notebook. I love how you used the swirls flower and stick pin. I know how you feel about the videos ( I have a squeaky voice too, lol)
The note book is great!!!
Shelley
An'Jenic G. said…
Wow how pretty! Love the layers, colors and embellishments. Just to cute. TFS AJ-
Robin said…
Looks great! You did an awesome job, can't wait for you to post that tutorial :)
(:(:Smiles:):)

Robin

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