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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Mini stationary box holder

Good afternoon bloggers.

I truly hope you are all well. I want to thank you all from my heart for your best wishes for my health and also my birthday wishes.

I also have a question and any help would be truly appreciated. I have won two top three in challenges and I'm able to put their badges on my sidebar of my blog. Does anyone know on how I go about doing that please. Also if anyone views my blog pls comment or follow me and I will return the favour.

This is a different project and its a mini stationary holder for small notes, tags etc. I followed the tutorial here but tweaked it a bit and made my own mini notebook and changed the size of it. You can find the tutorial here : Notebook holder tutorial.  I love this site and its amazing how many different projects there are on this site. Have a browse you will be amazed.

Everything I followed via the tutorial apart from obviously the card, embellishments, size and my own handmade mini notebook. The notebook was easy to make. I measured the bottom of the stationary holder to make sure the notebook would fit and basically found some patterned notepaper , cut to size , stapled together and embellished the silver mirrored card notebook cover to the note paper. The holder has a pen holder, stamps holder, pockets for other stationary and a big pocket at the back for bigger notepaper . It can be given as a gift with a handmade card for a birthday or even just for yourself to use for your craft stuff. Easy and cheap to make. It also all folds up neatly into a box with a embellished lid for space saving. Well I've made this for my friends birthday and will be making a card to match it.

I'd like to enter this into the following challenges please:

Just keep on crafting challenge -Anything goes

Papertake weekly challenge -Anything goes theme

Tuesday alchemy challenge -Anything but a card or tag

Craft door magazine challenge -Anything goes

Make it Monday challenge -Anything goes

Totally stampalicious challenge -Anything goes

Have a lovely Tuesday fellow bloggers and hope the rest of your day goes well. All of your comments are very much appreciated and all read.

Take care
Sharon xxxx

14 comments:

  1. I too love Splitcoast Stampers Sharon. There is some great stuff on there. I have been promising myself I will have ago at a stationery box one of these days. I love your version of it. I hope you are improving now. love from Christine x

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  2. Hi Sharon,
    your stationery box is very lovely. Your friend will be sooooooo pleased with it.
    Now to your winners badges. Have you got them on your desktop. If you have sign into your blog. Go to templates and where it says add a gadget click on this. Up will come a load of different things scroll down to add a picture from your blog, and then its very much like when you add your photo to your blog. See how you get on with that. You also need to put your followers back on your blog too.
    I hope you can understand my instructions, not very good at explaining.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  3. fantastic creation Sharon. Hope you're feeling better.
    Kim x

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  4. Sharon, this is quite the gift you have created! Love the design, embellishments, and thought that went into its creation! :^) Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD. Hope to see you again soon! :^)
    Hugs, Penny
    P.S. I see that Jenny has already answered your questions.

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  5. Oh, gosh, I tried to comment just now, but something happened that said Unavailable, so I am trying again!
    I see that Jenny already answered your questions.
    I think this is a lovely gift. You put so much thought into it, and I love that. I also love the design and embellishments! Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD. Hope to see you again soon! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

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  6. This is wonderful Sharon. I love the design and all the fabulous detailing.
    I hope you are feeling better now.

    Sue

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  7. Hi Sharon - I see that your question has been answered. Fantastic project -lovely gift.

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  8. I love this Sharon! What a neat idea and a perfect gift for Christmas or anytime of the year. Thanks for sharing your fab project with us at Make It Monday.

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  9. Morning Sharon, Glad you are feeling much better now. I love your Stationery Box, I love how you have embellished it and the colours are gorgeous. I will be popping over to the tutorial to see how you made it. Lovely idea for Church Fetes, think they would go down really well. Thanks for sharing with us all.
    Glad that you managed, with Jenny's help, to pin your 'Honours' down the LHS of your Blog. Congratulations on your 'Top Three' Challenge Wins.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  10. Sorry, me again, just re-reading my comment and I meant to say RHS of your Blog (left, right, blindness ha ha !!) Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  11. Wow! You are so clever! Really beautiful work!
    Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Alchemy!
    Maria

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  12. such a wonderful piece! Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday alchemy! x

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing this lovely project at Anything goes, Just keep on creating.
    Sorry it has taken so long to leave a comment. Just to let you know that the challenges are up and running again so hope you will continue to play along.

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