She was looking for something more vintage and had given me a few options on the image I could use. I loved “Hand me downs” Krista Smith drew the most. I totally forgot how large I printed the image out – probably around 60-65% I liked that I could have the girl large to really stand out on the larger front of this binder.
The papers are all Magnolia Ink – They are from the Summer Memories Collection. I think one of my favorites, I pick them all the time. The red kitchen cloth is wonderful, it really combines beautifully with a lot of prints Magnolia has. I cant find my notes any longer what print the rose pattern is, I used all sheets up but if you like it, feel free to ask Janice or have a look at this kind “Wallpaper rose” it’s has the same colors. Its beautiful! I used every scrap of that kind as well
The inside of the binder is completely finished as well, there are some pockets to add maybe a little gift. The wording “Adorable” is a rub-on by My Minds Eye.
On the reverse side I used up some left over paper of the rose patterned paper – its too gorgeous to have any piece wasted. Pretty vintage metal embellishments can be found at Sir Stampalot. The one I used is a decorative brad I put in place to use with a few stings of thin ribbons as a closure for the binder.
Additionally I used:
Tim Holtz blending tool, distressed, Vintage photo, paper flowers (underneath some regular sized roses – they gave me extra coverage to fill empty spaces), white pearl clusters, metal corner embellishments, paper doily, cheery Lynn die (currently out of stock – come in a set of two), Magnolia Poinsettia die, Tim Holtz film strip, Stickles, hemp, corner rounder
Thanks ladies. Niklas, Lucas and I say hi and wish you a lovely day.