Friday, June 27, 2014

Doodle Pantry Birthday Booklet

 I made a special Birthday Booklet for a friend with what I consider the 5 most important things to remember. I got the template for the booklet here and then changed some of the dimensions to fit my purpose. I computer generated the sentiment on the front of the booklet but most of the others are from Gingers House, they are hilarious! I took a photo of the whole page and then close ups of each individual page. I used all pre-coloured images so the booklet was fast (relatively) and easy. 

1st page

Both the sentiment and image are from Doodle Pantry's Goose Me


2nd page

The sentiment is a freebie from Ginger's House

the image is Doodle Pantry's Gummy Worms

3rd page

Sentiment is Ginger's House

Image is from Doodle Pantry's Hoppy Frogs

4th page

Sentiment is from Ginger's House (I removed Dear Best Friend)

Image is from Doodle Pantry's Happy Birdie B

5th page

Sentiment is from Ginger's House

Image is from Doodle Pantry's Caterpillar Hug

The last page does fold out but I wrote in it  before I took a photo but if you look closely you can see the caterpillar page folds out so you can write on the inside. 

I'm entering this into:
A Creative Romance: anything goes with option of Happy Birthday
Stampin' for the Weekend: anything goes
Simon Says: anything goes

Stamps: Doodle Pantry's Goose Me, Gummy Worms, Hoppy Frogs, Happy Birdie B, Caterpillar Hug
Paper: Stampin up gumball green and whisper white, color core, and the Paper Company
Ink: none
Other: ribbon, rhinestone dragonflies and butterflies, circle diecuts, pearls, whimsy vine diecut, stickles, spellbinders, MS butterfly punch



9 comments:

  1. Great project/card! I like how you did a mini album/card. Thanks for sharing with us over at Sister Act. :) -Alycia

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  2. Phenomenal!!!! What a keeper to use for a friend..maybe change it a little for a family member...Love Love Love!

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  3. Awesome job Dawn wow! I must make one!
    hugs
    Glenda

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  4. What a cute idea. I love some of Ginger's sentiments.(And of course the Doodle Pantry images!)

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  5. A-mazing project! Love, love, love this idea! The sentiments match up with those cute images perfectly. A very lucky person will be receiving this work of art!

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  6. Dawn, what a clever way to celebrate a friend's birthday. You picked the perfect images to go with each sentiment. What a thoughtful gift which will be cherished and bring lots of smiles. So well designed and absolutely gorgeous!

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  7. Wow, what a fantastic card/album. I think that this is truly a work of love. What a fantastic friend you must have.

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  8. What a work of art, Dawn! I've never seen one of these booklets before and I love it. Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes!

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  9. Oh my goodness, this is simply amazing! How thoughtful and I love all the sentiments too.

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