Not a card.

Now for something completely different for me, and totally out of my comfort zone.  This fortnights challenge over at Sarah Hurley is “Altered”.  I have never altered anything except for taking the hem up on a pair of trousers, but somehow I don’t think that would count ;o)  

I had an A6 A-Z book that I had never used, and thought I would jazz it up a bit.  I used the fab telephone paper and digi image from the Britannia CD.  I added a crown charm to where the crown is on the phone box and a gem for the door handle. I also added some organza ribbon to use as a page marker.


Ingredients
Papers – Britannia CD
A-Z – Staples
Ribbon, charm and gem from stash.

I hope you like it and pop over and join us for our last fortnightly challenge before we go monthly 😀

I would like to enter it into the following challenges
Try it on Tuesday – So very British
Scrappy Frogs – Red, white and blue
One Stitch at a Time – Olympic colours(Team GB Red, white and blue)
CD Sunday  – A is for Altered (Britannia CD used)

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17 thoughts on “Not a card.

  1. What a super notebook and a great take of 'A' is for..
    Love the papers, thanks for sharing it with us at CD Sunday this week.
    Christine x
    CD Sunday DT

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  2. good take on A is for ….Carol, the book looks great with it's re vamp, thanks for joining us at CD Sunday .
    sue-b x
    CD Sunday DT

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  3. Sorry Carol, my spelling was awful, so I deleted my previous comment!! But still a great card for our challenge at OSAAT and I love the telephone box, so very British!

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  4. What a great idea – and from being 'not used' I bet you'll be reaching for it all the time now.
    Thank you for sharing it with us at The Cd Sunday Challenge.
    Beryl xx
    CD Sunday DT

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