I'm taking a wee break from showing Christmas and holiday projects by sharing one I created as a gift for my mom-in-law, Susan. She is a great one for organizing and always has lists (kinda like Santa!) and I thought I'd make her a little notebook in which she can consolidate all of them in one place. I started with just a generic notebook that I picked up at the store. Then, to dress it up, I covered it with some fun, springtime paper. As a grandmother, I'm pretty sure her favorite person is her grandson, so I used one of my favorite photos of our little guy making a wish. I added some die-cut borders from Taylored Expressions. The notebook came with four plain tabs, which I covered with some stamped and die-cut tabs I created using the Keeping Tabs set from TE. A fun, happy bow threaded through the spine and I was all done!
Stamps: Keeping Tabs (Taylored Expressions)
Patterned Paper: Happy Go Lucky (Pebbles)
Fibers: Dusty Durango Dotted Grosgrain Ribbon (Stampin' Up!)
Accents: Die-Cut Stickers from Happy Go Lucky Collection (Pebbles)
Other: Photograph, Notebook