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How to Grow Your Own Chocolate Notepad

I had a bit of a this and that night in the workshop, i’d finished off sticking the chickens and speckling the eggs, I then cut out some chipboard stars and glittered them with gold and silver glitter glass, then I made this wee notepad and called it a night 🙂

Nearly everything I used for this was a leftover/offcut or scrap of paper… I’m doing a lot of these wee projects lately,  just to use up the scraps, I stopped putting them in a big bag and just leave them lying on the side of my desk, and in theory, i;ll use them to get my desk tidy again, and it seems to be working 😉

Supplies List :-

  • Supermarket own brand cheap notepad
  • K & Company Bailey or Charlotte Patterned Paper
  • Bazzill Light Green, Light Blue and Patina Textured Cardstock
  • Papermania Lemon Sorbet Flower and Button
  • Hand Dyed Seam Binding with Lemon Zest Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist… left over from another project
  • Double Sided Tape
  • Design House Sticker
  • Red Line/Extra Tacky Tape
  • Glue Dots


4 thoughts on “How to Grow Your Own Chocolate Notepad”

  1. I love how the seam binding matches the dragon!

    ps – if you do find out how to grow chocolate could you let me know?! thanks. :p

  2. I’ve been wondering what your scrap bag looks like these days! You haven’t shown it for a while! I’m so glad you have a whole week off! So many wonderful creative projects coming from you! 🙂

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