Sunday, August 22, 2010

Scrappy Sunday #3

I know it's not exactly Sunday over here in Singapore! 
Sorry for not being on time!
This weekend is mad crazy!!
I'm gearing up for my students' major exams for the end of the year, doing lots of shoots for Challures and also for my own blogshop, Fondrey, not forgetting to mention I've a wonderful time holding a baby layout class for a worthy cause!

Ok so back to Scrappy Sunday!
This project is 3 months old.
A present I did for my 12 year old cousin, Ebell.
I love her to bits so I decided to make a little mini book to tell her how much we adore her!
It's called 'lovely day', how apt for a Scrappy Sunday post!


I made this mini book out of backing paper of paper pads, folded and corner-punched.
Good option if you run out of Maya Road chipboard albums!
Accordion-styled just by overlapping your 3-inched cardstock.
That's Ebell and me on the right tiny photo. :)

Hope you love the project I shared today!
Now go make yourself or your loved ones a mini-album out of backing paper, cardstocks and sunny patterned papers!
Supplies: All papers from American Crafts (dear lizzy collection), border punched from doily Martha Stewart Punch, rub-ons and stickers from dear lizzy collection, ribbons and twine from stash, alphabet stickers from Websters pages.
Hope your Sunday has been blessed with happiness and joy!
God bless! :)
 

5 comments:

Kate Anne aka stinkydudette said...

Very nice mini!! And a clever way of recycling! I'm sure she'll love it!!

shaggyfish said...

oowow, finally use your dear lizzy! love the mini :)

Lynn said...

Thanks ladies!!
She displays on her study table everyday! :)

teacher jessy said...

This is such a creative way to use those papers!! Very beautifully done :)

Sandy Ang said...

Such a cute and fun project