Happy Saturday! I hope you have something wonderful planned for this U.S.A. holiday: Labor Day! This holiday was originally created to celebrate the working man, who through his hard work and dedication helped our economy grow! So, my hat is off to all those whose strong work ethic and loyalty to their employer, made this nation a great place to work, and venture out on our own business opportunities.
I have added a few new items to my Etsy shop, HERE. And through out this long weekend, I will be adding more and more stuff. I'd like to take a moment and share with you a few items that will be for sale in my little shop this weekend.
|mini composition notebook|
This altered/decorated mini composition notebook, is the perfect size to travel with you in a tote, handbag, or backpack. The ribbon holds a pen. And yeah, I even added some pattern paper in the pen barrel to coordinate with this sweet little notebook. I left the ends of the double stitch ribbon long, so you have enough length to re-tie a bow. You may also cut the ends of the ribbon to a length you prefer. This little notebook has 75 pages of white lined paper. See more photos HERE.
This long, narrow notepad is the perfect size for making a list, or dotting down chores. The clip at the bottom holds this pad closed, so it can travel along with you in a tote, or handbag. But don't keep this little beauty a secret! Move the clip to the top of the notepad, and it will hang from a message board, too! The pad has 25 pages of vanilla lined paper. See more photos HERE
I purchased these beautiful pattern papers earlier this year, in April (2014). I was making some crafts for Mother's Day, and stumbled upon these sweet pattern papers. For some reason they reminded me of my Mother and Grandmother. The company is Bazzill. Yeah, they started making pattern paper too. And like their solid card stock, this pattern paper is a heavy weight. Perfect for these covered note pad/book. I added my personal touches to these little gems: machine stitching, hand-stamped sentiments, buttons, twine, and of course ribbon!
Thank you for stopping