Friday, October 10, 2008

WT187 - Coloring Pads With Monogram

I managed to complete a quick and happy project for the 'Ways To Use It Challenge" (WT187), which was to use monograms. I bought some plain white paper drawing pads for my kids, and I decided it would be nice to put fun covers on them with their initial. It was super easy and they turned out cute! Waiting for the glossy accents/stickles to dry almost killed me, but the results were worth it. Hope you like them! They involved no stamping, but I thought I would share anyway.

Paper: Orchid Opulence (SU!), Real Red (SU!), Making Memories - Meg Argyle, Sandylion - Cars Accessories: Sewing machine, white thread, red line tape, coasters (for tracing), Cosmo Cricket Alpha Buttons, Notepads (Target), Clear plastic canvas circle, paper piercing tool, purple polka dotted ribbon, black with white polka dotted organdy ribbon, diamond stickles


~ j said...

love that cars paper! great monogram cards :)

Lorraine said...

these are adorable. I can't stand waiting for the stickles to dry either. it makes me crazy! lol. these are super cute and your kids are going to love them! tfs

Kerry said...

What a cute idea and great way to personalize their drawing pads!