Central Park Layers

So, I am part of the design team at Heart 2 Heart Challenges, and they have all sorts of weekly challenges that run through the end of each month. (so you have more time to play with the first challenge than the last) The challenges are super fun! You should totally go and check them out to see what they have going on!

Today I have a little something that fits into two of the challenges, so I am putting it in for the Layers, Layers, Layers challenge! This is a top bound spiral notebook that I altered the cover on. (so would also fit into the Duly Noted Challenge)

I used the pattern #10 in the Make it from your Heart Volume 4 book as inspiration for the cover on this notebook. I loved the sun ray paper from Central Park, and just had to use it!!

I also used one of the PML cards mixed with the August Stamp of the Month for just a fun bit of glib-ness! Add a bit of the whimsy ribbon to the front, and you have a bit of texture and a bit of glitter, that won’t be rubbing off on you or your clothes!

This whole thing is flat, with no foam tape, so it will fit into a bag or large purse without having to worry about something popping off in the dark.

I hope you like the little project I made! I think it’s super fun! Let me know what YOU think!

~ Michelle

Items used in today’s project:

-Spiral Notebook
Central Park Paper
Sapphire Cardstock
White Daisy Cardstock
Archival Black Ink
1 x 6 1/2 Block
Liquid Glass Adhesive
Make it from your Heart, Volume 4
Whimsy Ribbon Pack
Fiskars Paper Trimmer
Microtip Nonstick Scissors


    Love it, Michelle! That sunburst paper is perfect for the focal point of your notebook design!

    I LOVE this! Another gift to make before I leave.

    […] Today I am working with the Dino-mite Birthday stamp set. I LOVE the little dinosaur in this set, but wanted to play along with the Heavy Metal challenge with Heart 2 Heart Challenges. So, I got to playing!! I started with the Make it from your Heart, volume 4, again. And used pattern 10, just like I did with my notebook, here. […]

    Super cute project. I love how bright and cheery it is.

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