Monday, May 3, 2010

HAPPY H{IPPITY} HOP MONDAY! - May 3, 2010

This is a "coupon holder" I made for a friend.  She's getting ready to have a little girl.  I'm going to put baby related coupons in it before I send it to her.  I didn't label the pockets because everyone has their own way of organizing.  I also thought she may not want to use it for just coupons, she could also use it to hold appointment cards, gift card, etc.  It is 4 inches (4 1/2 if you count the binding) wide and 5 1/2 inches tall.
Here are come close ups:
The inside pockets, there are 12.
Close-up of the image
Close-ups of the image and sentiment used on the cover
Thanks for looking!  Make sure you stop by Debby's Blog she's next on the hop.

Stamps:  {ippity} Because of You and Regal Greetings
Ink:  Memento - London Fog (inside), Color Box - Heliotrope embossed with Sparkle embossing powder
Paper: Bazzill and Recollections cardstock
Misc: Bind It All (3/4 inch wire), 7 Gypsies Velvet Flower, 10mm brad

12 comments:

  1. Making a coupon book sounds like a very useful gift. I like the stamped border on the pocket pages.

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  2. what a great gift idea, monica-tfs:)

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  3. That's a fantastic book. What a great idea. You did a wonderful job.

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  4. Monica, this is a great idea for the new mother! Love the stamps you used!

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  5. smart idea.. this is great!!!

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  6. so FUN, what a wonderful idea!!

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  7. This coupon holder is so cute!! What a great way to dress up a needed item for your friend!

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  8. What a darling project! And it is perfect for a new Mom to be!

    You have done a beautiful job with your blog as well and so many beautiful projects!!
    Thank you for sharing, and I also want to Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog on Monday, It means a great deal!!

    Have a great weekend, and can't wait to see what you will have to share with us next week!

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