Sunday, April 27, 2014

Easy Filofax Dividers Video + a Winner!

Good morning!  We've got a storm going on here.  It should be light by now, but it's nothing but dark!   We sure need the rain...

I finally found some paper that I wanted to make my Filofax dividers out of and it wasn't what I expected.  On one of my Michaels excursions, I came across some wrapping paper in the dollar bin that was also marked down 60%!  My first thought was that it must be really cheap and thin, but the the patterns were pretty and unusual, so... I bought it anyway.  At that price, surely it would work for something!



I am still surprised, but it is really nice and it matches my Filofax!  Isn't this pattern cool?



 I used some Stampin' Up goodies to decorate it:  Starburst Sayings, Starburst Framelits, Fun Flowers Bigz Die , Paper Doily Die.  (Starburst Sayings and Framelits come as a bundle at 15% off - they are limited edition and are only available until May 31st.)  If you check these out, you can also check out what's retiring, there are still a few really cool things left.



I've got a video showing how easy it is to use the Stampin' Up Envelope Punch Board to make these dividers.   It's amazing all the things that can be done with the Envelope Punch Board:  envelopes, boxes, tab folders just to name a few.  The tab folders can be used as dividers, like I'm showing, or for cards, pockets, even organizing!  In the video, I've also got a little extra - a cute decorated paper clip using the stamp set Storybook Friends.  If you are interested in all things Filofax, be sure to check out Philofaxy - it is very fun!




And now the winner of the Fox Gift Bundle!!


Rebekah email me your address - you can use the link on my sidebar.

My husband selected Rebekah's name for me this morning as he was heading off to work - he's got a deadline to meet.  It seems architects are always working up to the last  minute!

Thank you to everyone who left a comment - I always wish I had one for you all!  I love all of your ideas.  Have a wonderful week!


15 comments:

  1. That paper is so pretty - what a lovely find.
    Congrats to Rebekah hope she has lots of fun with those foxy goodies.

    Toni xx

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    1. Thank you Toni!
      I followed your coloring technique of the printed digi stamps (gnome and fairy with toadstools) a ways back but I used fabric and it worked like a charm. Thank you!

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  2. Now such pretty patterns make your Filofax look very pretty and colourful indeed Lori! Have fun writing in it! And congrats to Rebekah, have fun with your goodies!
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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    1. Thank you Ira. I am thrilled the fox is so cute!!

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  3. Thank you so much Lori for being so generous!!!
    This is so sweet! I emailed as you asked but wanted to post here how lovely it is for you to do this. You really have made me happier and are helping to make my daughter graduating more fun.
    THANK YOU!
    -Becks

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  4. Lori, these dividers are so clever and seriously cute!

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  5. Looks so pretty my Lori, but then you really do have the knack for making everything look pretty.

    Hugs~

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  6. I completely forgot to ask to look at your filofax when we visited. I'm still trying to decide if I'm going to get one for 2015. Haven't quite determined whether one would make me more or less organized!

    I'm a little surprised by your paper choice--I wouldn't have picked them for you, but I like the way they turned out and that cutter sure is spiffy.

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  7. Gorgeous project Lori..Loz

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  8. wow love these dividers.. such a fun idea..

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  9. So cute Lori! Thanks for sharing!!

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  10. Love the colours and fabulous find - great use!

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  11. Gorgeous papers Love the design & colours... Fabulous idea... Hugs May x x

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