Covered Diaries

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Covered diaries are a good stocking filler.
They don't cost very much and you can easily brighten them up with our Stampin' Up! papers and stamps.
This cheerful flower one, I made for my sister. The diary letters are stickers from the "Everyday Adventure - Project Life Accessory Pack".

This second diary was given to me by my upline, Rachael Knight, at our recent training day. She gave us Stampin' Up! kraft wrapping paper to cover the diary with and we decorated it as we wanted.

Stamps used are Borderettes with white craft ink along the spine and Flower Patch with crumb cake ink.
The pattern on my die cut oval is a retired stamp from the Oh, Hello stamp set.
The numbers are from the Perfect Print Numbers Bigz Die.




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