Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Perfectly Shaped Tabbed 'Notebook'

Hello fellow Scrappers! Amy here with today's blog post. I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine's Day and have lots to scrap about. This month MOSD has been focusing on 'love' as our overall theme so I decided to create a project based around something I love....no it's not your typical object of affection, but I have a huge love for creating lists. I will create a list for everything and anything. I guess you could call it more like an obsession! Yes, it's that bad. So for my MOSD project I created a notebook for myself to keep all my lists in one place. (I am also known for loosing these precious lists I create.)

MOSD has some of the most amazing Perfectly shaped Build a Book pages imaginable. For this book I used 5 Perfectly Shaped - Tabbed pages. This gave me the exact look I was going for, and will hopefully keep me a little more organized as well! And as always I used MOSD Spiral Rings to hold the book together. I don't know if I could live without those rings!
I simply cut the tabs off in the appropriate places so the pages layered effectively. This was so easy...just used my Xacto knife and we were good to go!
I cut regular copy paper to size and added it in between the chipboard pages. Which is another reason that MOSD Spiral Rings are a plus - I can always go back and replace my paper at anytime. Love it!



Thank you all for stopping by the MOSD blog today. I hope you are all inspired to create something you love - no matter what it is!!

Amy

8 comments:

Christine said...

This is an awesome idea thanks for the links!

Christine said...

This is such a great idea! So pretty and useful!!

Thanks for the links!

-christine

Dolores said...

Oh i love this, it's awesome

kellyjean said...

Love everything about it, Amy! I really like how you labeled the tabs... so cute!

Erica@ZunkyChic said...

What a fabulous idea! I also make lists - and usually have a few going at once (one for work to do's, one for home to do's, one for the grocery list, and another for "what we need to do this weekend"). This is a great way to organize them so they don't get lost!

Michon said...

Sweet!!

Frugal Scrapper Extraordinaire said...

This is awesome. Thanks for the inspiration, Amy:)

Frugal Scrapper Extraordinaire said...

Great job, Amy:)