Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Musical Notes Labels Twenty

Good morning everyone.  Welcome to Day 2 of the JustRite November release.  The set for today is called "Musical Notes Labels Twenty" and comes as cling.  As the name suggests, this set is a perfect match for Spellbinders Labels Twenty.

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I decided to alter a notepad cube that I had just laying around waiting for me to do something with it.  Prior to covering the box, I stamped design elements from the "Musical Notes Labels Twenty" set.  These corner elements are fun to work with.  Next I stamped "Just A Note" - also in this set - and diecut it with the JustRite Custom Nested Sentiment Dies (Perfect fit!).  The musical notes are also included in "Musical Notes Labels Twenty".  The decorative border along the top is the Martha Stewart Deco Fan border punch.




Here are the other JustRite designers with projects using Musical Notes Labels Twenty today.  Be sure to check them out.

JustRite Inspiration
Becca Feeken
Debbie Olson
Heidi Blankenship
Kellie Fortin
Michele Kovack
Sankari Wegman
Angela Barkhouse  **me**
Barb Schram
 
Check back tomorrow for another JustRite November release set.  Have a great day!!!
 
Supplies:
 
Stamps:  JustRite Stampers - Musical Notes Labels Twenty
 
DiesJustRite Custom Nested Sentiment Dies
 
Ink:  Memento Rose Bud, Rich Cocoa
 
Accessories:  Kaiser Pearls,  Martha Stewart Deco Fan border punch

3 comments:

Becky said...

So creative and so pretty.

steph said...

cute idea.

Sandy (Cheesy) said...

Never would have thought to do this. And this project is so different from the others that used this set.