Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Inspired Ideas

There are some bloggers who have the sweetest ideas and are so willing to share them freely. Amy is one such blogger.

She's published a beautiful little online magazine chock full of simple and oh, so charming ideas. There's a link on my sidebar to the magazine itself.

This morning it took all of about 20 minutes to whip up a few of these little notebooks. They would be perfect to make with a child. And who doesn't need another place to write down lists or inspiration? I know I always keep one in my purse.

The hardest part was deciding what paper to use for the cover. I went with an autumn theme, since we're there! 

Decorated sugar cubes, a kitty trick or treat bag, rick rack flowers - these and so many more ideas, beautifully presented by Amy are sure to inspire anyone!


  1. Oh! They turned out so sweet! I'm so glad you made them...and in 20 minutes? That's incredible!

  2. Thanks Lorrie for the link...I'll go and see..

  3. Thanks for the link...I will be checking it out. Does she have any needlebooks? That's what I've spent my day working on!

  4. I love those too! Very fun to make!
    Your dress looks so good too!
    Good job. You have many talents :)
    Thank you so much for your visits and support. You rock!

  5. What fun! I'll have to head on over to have a look.

  6. Oh I so really need note books all over. They are so sweet and easy to make...just 20 minutes you don't say. Hum I have some old calendars that I can't part with and the cover stock would be so just right. Thanks for the idea. Love the dress by the way, going to check the link.

  7. Anonymous9:57 AM

    I like the embroidered blocks... would look fabulous in a nursery... just sayin' ;)

    Katie - the DIL


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