Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Arnold Grummer - Sticky Note Book

Hello, my friends!

 I have a new project to share with you for Arnold Grummer.

You'll find all the details HERE,
at the Arnold Grummer Blog.

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Today I have created a fun Sticky Note Book,
using a kit from Arnold Grummer,
and then I've decorated it with a piece of handmade paper.

Here's what I made:

Here's What I Used:


Materials Used:
Small Piece of Handmade Paper;
Stampendous - Embossing Ink;
White Embossing Powder;
Nuance Powders - Blue, Green;
Paper - K & Company;
Small Piece of White Cardstock;
Offray Ribbon - White.

Here's How I did it:


1. Following the instructions on the kit, I assembled the Sticky Note Book. 


2. Using the embossing ink, I stamped the cottage image onto a 2 1/2" x 2 3/4" piece of handmade paper. I heat embossed it with the white embossing powder. 
3. I sprinkled the blue Nuance powder in the sky area, and the green Nuance powder in the grass area. Then I sprayed the piece with water until it looked as I wanted it to. I set it aside to dry.


4. I matted the inked piece with white cardstock.
5. I wrapped a piece of ribbon around the book, making sure it was long enough to tie in a bow. I adhered it in place on the front and the back.
6. I adhered the matted, inked piece in place on the front of the book.


This project came together really fast,
and it was lots of fun to make!
I like the way the embossing looks on the cover
The photo below shows the back cover.


Here you can see the inside of the book,
with the sticky note pad:

Here's one last look at the finished project:

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I'm really looking forward to sharing more handmade paper projects with you in the months ahead!
It's so much FUN!

Oh, you'll want to check out the resource page over at the website. 
You can watch Arnold Grummer himself demonstrate how to make paper! 

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Here are all the links:




4 comments:

Eekers said...

Poshest. Sticky. Notes. Ever. :D :D :D x

Katie said...

This is beautiful

Daffodil Cards said...

This would be a joy to use as a notebook, great to open it in public LOL. As Eekers said POSH!
Faith x

Shona Erlenborn said...

What a fun idea! Love the handmade paper - looks like fabric!

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