Wednesday, 9 June 2021

Another Spread In My "Favorites" Traveler's Notebook

 Hello, my friends!

Today I have another project share for Kate Hadfield Designs.

Again, I've used Tape Runner adhesive to put it all together.

 Have I mentioned how much fun I've been having with these pages?
Kate has so many fun doodles of my favorite things.
They are so much fun for me to print, and fussy cut out,
before putting them in my TN. 
Of course, they're also perfect for those of you who like to create digitally! ;o)

Here is my next "favorite" thing:

I really do love most, if not all, colours.
However, I have long called red my "happy" colour, so it is a definite favorite!
These doodles are such a beautiful rich red too! 

I used a red alphabet for "RED",
and then found a few other fun red doodles.
I added just the red polka dot strip from the printed paper.

How could I not add some pretty red flowers, and red paint?
More of my favorite things!

Sometimes it's fun to just document some of these simple things,
such as your favorites. 
As you know, favorites can change, or the list can grow.
It will be fun to look back on this notebook years from now! :o)

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Kate Hadfield Products Used:

I used the heart, paint can, paint brush, and rose.

I used two red flowers.

I used a strip from the multi-patterned striped paper.

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Here are all the Kate Hadfield Links:

Kate Hadfield Designs Shop

Kate Hadfield Blog

Kate Hadfield Facebook

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I used the retractable Tape Runner adhesive to adhere everything in place.
I love the retractable feature of this tape runner. 
It makes it so easy to keep in my Traveler's Notebook kit,
with no danger of the cap coming off or anything getting stuck that shouldn't get stuck! lol
The green one on the top is the retractable one.

Here are all the Tape Runner Links:

Tape Runner Shop

Tape Runner Facebook

Retractable Tape Runner on Amazon 


Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

LURVE the red Nancy, Super pages.
Faith x

Teresa Arsenault said...

These are most definitely bright and happy pages. Well done.

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