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Saturday, March 24, 2007

Shopping List Notebook

Who can't use a shopping list? I made these using the "Wheel Thing" set. I know it's retired but there are some sets that I find I can have some fun with. Personally I did not purchase this set. I borrowed the shopping cart stamp from my friend Gerry. I will be seeing her on Sunday and I'll be returning her stamp to her along with one of these shopping list notebooks.

I will be posting this on Splitcoast in a few days and along with it I'll be posting the PDF file of the pages for the inside of the notebook. It prints out in 3 columns so you don't need to print out too many pages to get a notebook filled!

These are great for craft fairs, gifts and for your own personal use!
Click here to the link to the PDF file with the lines and words
Click here to the link to the PDF file with only the lines so you can add your own words or artwork

Thank you for looking!


Anonymous said...

too cute! I am always buying these when I see them or I used to. now I can start making them for me and for Christmas gifts! tfs you talent!

Marie said...

How fun!! I'll be looking for that PDF. TFS!

Anonymous said...

I love them. I'll be on the lookout for the directions on SCS. I don't have that stamp so I'll have to think of what I can use. Anybody have any ideas? TFS

Vickie Daniel said...

This are so cute!! I hope I can find some. I'll be looking for your pdf. You inspire me!

Linda Morris said...

Absolutely LOVE these! I'll be looking forwart to your PDF on Splitcoast. I knew I'd find another use for this set!! TFS!

dawnmercedes said...

Oooh, post a link on your blog so we can find the directions easier!

Tammy said...

Totally AWESOME! I just love your site for all of the wonderful ideas you come up with. I will be looking for your PDF. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE these! Thank you for sharing!
I am new to this crazy, exciting world of stamping... and look forward to giving this a try! Silly question here, do you have a special tool to make all the holes for the spiral "thing" on top? Does the spiral "thing" have a name? Love your Blog! Many thanks - Maria