Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Address Book & Card







I thought I would share with you this evening the address book I made for Little Kelly and included with her other goodies since she has now received it. When I asked her for her color choice she said she had a country, apple themed kitchen. I have always made my books using flowers as page dividers but decided to attempt to customize it a bit more for her. To create it I used the telephone template from Lasting Impressions and an apple template. I used apples for the page dividers and apple on the front of telephone I added Ranger glossy accents. This was used to both protect the rub ons from coming off thus adding durability and to make them look yummy!


I also sent her a bright and sunny sunflower card that I designed some time ago but worth a share. I love sunflowers and this is one of my favorite stamp set used. It is a TAC stamp set that has since been discontinued. I stamped the flowers on DCWV yellow stock using Colorbox tangerine, warm red, warm green and country brown chalk inks. I mounted a panel to the front stamping a Hero Arts phrase and adding a couple of metallic brads.

Have a nice evening I am off to finish off my last phone book to be placed in the mail tomorrow.

2 comments:

Littlekel90 said...

I took pictures to put on my blog, too, but I didn't get around to it today. I was just so excited to open up that box and see what all you had sent. Wow . . . I am really enjoying looking at all the goodies. My husband was shocked too that I received all these things "just for commenting on her blog?!" I said, "Yep! Isn't she sweet?!"

He really liked the telephone book, too, and he kept looking at all the detail you put into it. He really appreciates all the little extras especially since I have trained him to look at them *wink* too. He is a great help when it comes to picking out my top 3 favorites for swaps I host. He notices all the extra details and time it takes for us to create things. He, too, is the greatest! :) So very happy with my goodies! Kelly

Deb Neerman said...

This is just so wonderful, Nettie!!