Monday, 4 May 2015

Small book London themed

When I went to meet Paula Cheney in Windsor last month I took her a little gift I had made. Knowing she was spending a few days in London and a few in Paris I used Tim's Correspondence and French Industrial papers to make her a little scrapbook cum journal to keep some of her mementoes in.


This is my contribution over at the Country View Crafts Project blog today and there are more photos for you to see over there.


I hope you have a great week.


hugs Brenda xxx




Products used in making the book


15 comments:

Vintagehandmade said...

Oh, Brenda, your book looks awesome! I am off to see more!
Hugs :)
Branka xxx

Nichola said...

Love your little book! It's a beauty :)

Joan Heath said...

Love your little book. I bet your friend was thrilled with it and will have lots of memories to put in it. xx

Mrs.B said...

Just had a look at this on CCV, so many details. Love it. Avril xx

Mrs.B said...

Just had a look at this on CCV, so many details. Love it. Avril xx

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Brenda, amazing project!! Off I go to see more! hugs :)

Patty O'Malley said...

What a wonderful, awesome gift!

Redanne said...

Well, as someone who is lucky enough to have one of your handmade books, I can only think that Paula was over the moon to receive this gorgeous creation! Hugs, Anne xx

Angela Radford said...

Love the book and the fastening is a great idea. Happy crafting, Angela x

Gina said...

That's a fabulous gift idea. *I do seem to use the word Fabulous an awful lot in your comments section* :D XXX

hazel said...

A wonderful little book and a lovely gift.
xxx Hazel.

Paula Cheney said...

Brenda - the book you gave me is darling! But the gesture of giving it was even more meaningful. You were so kind to meet me at Windsor even though I had just gotten off the long flight. Thank you for your generosity of kindness, time and talent. It is much appreciated.

Anita Houston said...

LOVE what Paula wrote! You are wonderful Brenda!!!

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Brenda that is so lovely, what a thoughtful gift for Paula!

butterfly said...

Oh dear, it seems an age since I've been able to catch up here... but I never want to miss what your creative mind and hands have been up to! Off to see the details of this...
Alison xx