Monday, September 19, 2011

Magnolia Mini World Binder Blog Hop

Can we say "a little carried away"????  :)  Well I had fun and got to use some things I hadn't yet.  Always makes me feel better when something finally gets used.  I've wanted to do some sewing lately too, so this will have to do till I can get to the fabric!!!

Of course, I love the minis and now we have a perfect way to store them to keep them safe and easy for us to find!  If you have come from Cheryl Rowley's creative blog, you have come to the right hop on the list.  If you came on your own, you can go to Magnolia-licious Highlites to get the list order and start from the beginning for the Design Teams blogs.
I was a little concerned about covering up the pretty logo that comes on the binders, but I will use this one for my index and first album and then will leave the others alone!!!  They really are beautiful the way they come, but you know us crafters always have to try a little altering!  I wanted to try some sewing on paper again, so thought it would be a good time to make a quilted background with the Magnolia papers--mini version!  Love these papers!!!  The print is perfect for card making as well as other things! I used my trusty Scor-Pal to help line up the squares that I cut approximately 2" x 2".  I taped the squares together then layered a solid backing on it when I stitched the lines.  Was really quite easy to do!
Using a mask, I made a partial image and stamped the minis on ovals then colored with distress inks.  Layered these on the Magnolia Dream Tags for my little portraits.  Added some flowers and butterflies and the words are cut out with a couple of Sizzix letter sets.  The sides are edged with the Magnolia Antique Lace Border.
The binders are an exclusive, custom-made by Diana at Magnolia-licious!  She really planned these out nicely.  A place for every little cutie that we get!  For those of us with poor memories, it's nice to have a place to jot down what collection it is from too!
Here are the links to the following products at Magnolia-licious where you will find a fantastic selection and great service with the nicest people:
#4 DOOHICKEY DIE SWIRL#18 DOOHICKEY DIE ROSE LEAF
#36 DOOHICKEY DIE VINTAGE DAISIES
I’ve also used a Spellbinders Oval die and Sizzix Sizzlet dies for the letters.  Still need a little practice, but the pearls are made with the Pearl Pen from Viva Decor. 

Now you will want to hop on over to Angie Hunt's blog to see the fabulous creation she has made!  I already took a peek at it and you won't want to miss hers or any of the Design Team's creativity!!!

Please join us and take the challenge to alter your own binder, scrapbooks, notebooks, etc.  You will have a chance to win one of the fantastic binders and also two mini stamps of your choice!  That  Diana...she is soooo generous!!!  All the details are HERE at Magnolia-licious Highlites.

Thanks for stopping by and again always appreciate the comments!  Makes my day and warms my heart!!!!  Enjoy Every Day!!!
Patti Jo

27 comments:

julieprice3 said...

Wow Patti Jo, this is gorgeous! It must have taken hours. Just lovely
Hugs Julie P

Cheryl said...

Love all the lacy edges and the flowers you've added with our cute maggies! Great design work, Patti Jo!

Paper Tails said...

Your book is beautiful! I love the font you used and your flowers are perfect.

Karen

Angie said...

LOVE THIS patchwork idea Pattie Jo!!! This is SO GORGEOUS!!! I also love that you went all out and added the dimension to the front and side with the flowers. This is just gorgeous!

Angie

Danielle said...

Hello Patti Jo, very pretty! love the lace and the very delicate colors.

Daizeefli said...

How cute! I think it must be a trait of "Patti Jo's" to get carried away! (I am one too.. only I am Patti-Jo). I was so excited to see someone else with our name... it is so rare! What a beautiful job! More power to the Patti Jo's of the world!!!

Janiel/ janny said...

Hello Patti Jo, This is gorgeous!!! Love the patchwork and all of the fun colors!! Design is great!!
happy week and big hugs, Janiel

Monia said...

Gorgeous project!

Cor* said...

seriously, how amazing is this. I love what you did with the covering with all the squares and stitching. Edwin is one lucky chap! TFS

Monique said...

Wow. Beautifull.

Hugs Monique

Frea said...

Wow Patti Jo, that looks just awesome! I love that idea of the paper quilt (being a quilter myself)!
Great job Hugs, Frea

Tina Gilliland said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!! Love all the details and colors! And the binding is lovely!

*Vicki* said...

WOWZER!! So very pretty Patti Jo!! I just adore the patch work design and the really soft and pretty colors!! :)

LaJanette said...

Oh so very cool! I do love the quilted background and your colors are so fun, bright, and fresh!

Hugs;
Janette

steph said...

Love this, the paper quilt is great.

Gail said...

just like a beautiful quilt!! love it..tfs..loves ya

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

Gorgeous! Never though about a binder...I know, I'm a little slow :O)

foxyenglishcrafter said...

Wow. This is stunning! Its worth covering when you cover it with something that is awesome as this. I love it. Thanks for sharing

hugs Julie

Suzanne J Dean said...

Its beautiful Patti Jo--I love, love the quilted look with the Mag papers. So pretty & feminine and of course all those cute minis too, wonderfully done!

hugz,
Suzanne

Linda said...

Wow fabulous book!!!!! Fantastic project!!!!! Way to go!!!!

Only By His Grace said...

Super gorgeous Patti Jo. The quilted background is wonderful and a lot of effort. It turned out so beautiful.
The colors look so lovely together and the frames look awesome. I'd love one of these for my big size Magnolia stamps.Your craft is always so beautiful.
Hugs Maz

cabio's craft corner said...

This is such a cute altered binder Patti Jo. Good for you using the sweet images and DP to decorate this binder. What a perfect use of the embellishment for the perfect binder :o)
hugs,
Cabio

Norma said...

OMG, what a blog hop. Honestly you guys are giving the rest of us inferiority complex...LOL.
What a fabulous binder you've made. And what a beautiful way to store you mini Maggies. I can see you've put a lot of work into it--well worth it. Love the quilted background.
hugs,
Norma

Angela said...

Wow this looks amazing! You have really decorated this binder beautifully! I need another look! hugs, Angela

kbrandy4 said...

Wow!! This is awesome Patti Jo! Love the colours and your colouring!!

Hugs Hazel xx

Christel said...

They are all soo cute!
Hugs

Brook said...

Wonderful binder. I love the dimension that you added with the flowers too. Great idea!

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