Wednesday, February 17, 2010

I like making lists - MOSD Feb. Project

This month MOSD has been focusing on 'love' as our overall theme so I decided to create a project based around something I 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!

I used JuJu Bee's JAN kit for this project as well. There are still some available in the store if you would like to chem them out!!


  1. Cute idea! Love the flower on the front.

  2. Oh, this is awesome! What a great little album. You're inspiring me to get going on the mini-journal thingy I've been thinking about. I want to make a book-journal - to record the books I've read and my reactions, etc. Love those rings. I've never seen them before, but I book you can add to is a great idea! :)

  3. Love your notebook Amy! Love your flower and the canvas pocket. These papers are wonderful. I'm a list person too so I totally understand. There is just such a great feeling when you get to cross something off your list! ;)

  4. this is one GORGEOUS project. love the flower with the twine! :)