This week we're using the Jot It Down set for The Cutting Cafe inspiration. I used quite a few images from the set, but there are still a lot more cute images included. There are 43 in all!
A very special lady who has seen some of my other hodgepodge books asked me to make one for favorite baby girl pictures. When I looked over the Jot It Down set I realized that the sentiments could be used for lots of things, including the baby theme I needed. You can see on the cover two images from Jot It Down: the memories circle and the label with the butterfly. I folded and sewed three dotted kraft bags for the pockets. She also wanted me to included some vintage images
and this is one I just picked up this weekend at an antique store.
It's so cute - an ad for Eagle Brand Condensed Milk. I think a sweet picture can be placed right on the back of the ad. You can see two more images from the Jot It Down set: Love Notes and My Story.
Most of the images are printed on Simple Stories Baby decorative papers.
Regina's images work so well with the papers and journal cards from Simple Stories. It's hard to tell which are "professional" and the ones I printed! Another vintage image from a nursery tales decal set:
And here are the tags (front and back) that are inside the kraft sacks in the top pocket:
These are the tags in the side pockets (those cute half circles are from Jot It Down):
That's a lot of pictures! Be sure to check out The Cutting Cafe blog for the inspiration on Wednesday and for the details on the giveaway I'm sure Regina will have. Thank you for stopping by!