My boss is going on a trip, soon, to visit her daughter. Unlike the many horror stories I hear from people about their boss, I don't have any- I love my boss! She is a riot!
So I made her this book, to put photos and anything else, in-
I made this using the blank chipboard album from the Dollar Bin at Michaels. I used an On The Edge die from Mr. Holtz, to change the edges on two of the boards. One I kept straight, and one is from one of the scalloped chipboard albums. I bought a ton of these when I first saw them. The cover, I've used a license plate cardstock sticker, my Dymo Labler, and attached them- with my Tiny Attacher, to a piece of plastic that was some the packaging for something I bought- which I embossed and rubbed paint on- I love the way that looks.
This page has a pocket, for anything like- a boarding pass, receipts, whatever. You know the game.
Here's another one of my octagon flowers! Haven't seen that for what, two days, have you?
The page on the right doesn't look as yellow in 'real life.' Sure wish I had a good camera. And wish I knew how to use one.
Close-up of the front!
Another picture of the front. You can kinda see the 7Gypsies paper peekin' out. Also, hanging on the cover- a 'wing' charm, that I got from the beautifully amazing and amazingly beautiful Ellen, from The Women's Waiting Room. She sent me the greatest little package of charms, as one of her RAKs- just from leaving comments on her page- so check her out and love on her- you never know...!
The rest of my evening involved a Do-It-Yerself Mister Huey disaster. And by disaster, I mean like the Titanic. Only my evening had more casualties. Maybe I'll write about that later.