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Monday, September 28, 2009

Fall Journal 2009

As I have posted before, each year I make an Autumn Journal to keep track of the highlights and memories of my favorite season. I usually put it together sometime in late August and fill it in as the season progresses. I am excited to share this year's journal with you! I will just let the photos do the talking, but here is some product info for you fellow papercrafters out there:

* The book covers and dividers are Grungeboard that I painted with acrylic paint.

* Most of the patterened papers are either My Mind's Eye, Cosmo Cricket, or Basic Grey.

* The cardstock is Bazzill and Stampin' Up.

* The ink is Colorbox Chalk Ink in Chestnut Roan, and Distress Ink in Walnut Stain, Shabby Shutters, and Spiced Marmalade.

* Letter stickers are American Crafts and Making Memories. Image stickers are random miscellaneous stickers that have been in my stash for years.

* Stamps are Cats Life Press.

* Dingly dangly beadie thingies are 7 Gypsies.

* Transparencies are Hambly.

* Everything else is just random bits of stuff from my autumn stash!

























8 comments:

New England Girl said...

Kristen, I looove this! It all looks so amazing. :)

Christa said...

Yes..I saw this last weekend...it is AWESOME! I am very honored to be one of the entries:) I looking forward to doing some more fall stuff:)

Staci said...

I need you here to help me with mine! You are just too stinkin talented!

carma said...

that is a work of art!!

Leann said...

What fun, I love your style and Cosmo Cricket is one of my fav's. Can wait to see what else you've been up to.

Leann

Kris said...

That is so lovely!

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Kristen,
What a darling journal for Fall! LOVE it! I can't wait to see your Yankee candle post.

Thanks for your sweet words of encouragement today! It always mean so much to me. Happy Birthday to your hubby!

Blessings and Happy Fall! ~Melissa :)

Cheryl said...

Your book is beautiful, Kristen. I love that you do this every year.