November 17, 2010

Justrite 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hop #11


Hello and Welcome to the 11th week of JustRite Stampers’  Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops!  Every Wednesday up until Thanksgiving some of your favorite designers will be joining some of the JustRite design team for a series of Christmas blog hops, showcasing JustRite’s entire Christmas Collection of stamps!  Don’t forget that JustRite has some Christmas stamps in their newly released CLING line of stamp sets, too -- you can find them HERE.  This week, the designers joining the JustRite design team are the Stampers Dream design team and a few other special guests!


For the month of November, we thought we would switch gears a little and throw in some holiday gift ideas using your JustRite stamps, so be watching for those, too, on November’s hops! 


In celebration of JustRite’s Christmas Blog Hops, they have a huge surprise for you:


 take 25% off All JustRite Original Christmas Stamps now through November 29 with free shipping within the U.S. on orders over $50



This week my project for you is one that is quick, easy and super super cost effective!!!!  This is a gift you can make for anyone in your family - and I mean anyone that loves to keep a little planner in their purse or drawer.   I was in Joanne's the other day and found these 2011 Weekly planners in their $1 section.  Now many of you know that I have a 6 year old but what you might not know is that she is super organized and particular and loves to keep everyone on schedule!  I decided to alter the cover and make it more girly-girl and appropriate for my little organizer.  Now she can schedule swimming, homework, playdates and sleepovers and I might even have her keep track of my schedules - now there's a thought!!!  I am also thinking this is a perfect gift to give her little friends from school.  It did not take long to make and I simply used the supplies I had on hand...


{Supplies}

JustRite Stamps: In the Moonlight Cling
Spellbinders: Lacey Squares
Markers: Copic
Ink: Memento
Paper: My Mind's Eye
Gems: Flourish Recollections
Weekly Planner Journal: Joanne's
Post-it Fully Adhesive Craft Paper


{How To}

 I purchased a 2011 Weekly Planner from the dollar section at Joanne's.  After removing the plastic protective cover I adhered white Full Adesive Craft Paper from Post-it to the front and back covers.  Cut a panel of patterned paper to fit the front of your planner.  Embellish patterned paper with inked die cuts, gems and stitching.  Stamp your image on white cardstock and color with copic makers. Trim around the edges and adhere to your front panel with foam squares.  Finish by slipping the covers back into the protective plastic layer.

{Hop Participants}

JustRite Inspiration Blog
Beate Johns
Debbie Olson
Michelle Rodgers
Sankari Wegman
Tosha Leyendekker
*Kazan Clark*
Lori Craig
Amy Sheffer
Stephanie Kraft
Denise Marzec
Michele Kovack
Carolyn King
Barb Schram
Jenn Balcer
Cindy Lawrence
Angela Barkhouse
Christina Fischer
Heidi Blankenship
Mariana Grigsby
Terre Fry
Teresa Kline 


Whaahooo that was fun was it not!  Thanks for hanging out with me today.  Have fun creating and don't forget TOMORROW I am participating in another mega hop with Spellbinders so see you soon!
Hugs
Kazan

29 comments:

Beate said...

Kazan, your coloring is AMAZING! Gorgeous calendar cover!!!
Hugs and smiles

Lori Craig said...

Beautiful coloring, Kazan! That fairy is so cute! Have a wonderful day! Hugs!

Michelle said...

Yes, your coloring IS amazing! Love the design and your color selections. What an awesome gift!

Sankari W. said...

What a super super cute gift idea! LOVE the way you colored everything and all of your amazingly beautiful details!! Gorgeous girl!
Big hugs!
Sankari :)

Christy Farneth-Kerr said...

How clever are you!! personalize date book. what a fantastic set eehh

PatS said...

Wonderful cover design. Your color selection is awesome!

Angela said...

what a great gift!! Huge difference from what it originally looked like.

Miranda said...

Super cute! TFS

stephanie said...

Love it, the colors are wonderful

Stephanie Kraft said...

How wonderful, Kazan! Love how you altered a plain calendar and made something your DD will love using all year long!

Kay said...

Beautiful! Once again, I'm amazed at your coloring skills! How marvelous that your young daughter is so organized. Wow, that is a skill she will benefit from her whole life! That's awesome! ♥♥ Kay

Amy Sheffer said...

Oh my goodness, Kazan! How sweet, sweet, SWEET!

Carolyn King said...

deep gasp! holy gorgeousness! LOVE this!

mistyls said...

pretty!! :)

Natalie said...

Wonderful idea and so girly! Love the pink and your coloring is fabulous!

csparky61 said...

This is so pretty, at first glance I thought it might be a checkbook cover. Perhaps a checkbook would fit in the vinyl cover too??

CraftyJo said...

Having recently got a little girl in the family (at last) I can appreciate the lovely 'girly' look of this.

Clarinda said...

Love this! Great Job!

Luv 2 Create said...

Kazan,
We should all be so lucky to have organized children!!!! Very cute gift idea. My mom always keeps one of these in her purse. She is 83 now and her memory is very poor, but this helps.
Marcie

prunelle1350 said...

Your X-mas decoration is beautiful. I hope to win this lot and the Grand Calibur machine.
Christiane Richard

Bonnie Pruett said...

Very cute idea! I will need a calendar for next year as I always want to make my own.

apple blossom said...

fairies! if she isn't adorable

Anonymous said...

WOW that is so pretty, I love it.

Sue

kathy s said...

Love your planner idea-might use it to make some quick gifts to have on hand-these new JustRite images are gorgeous.

Tosha Leyendekker said...

How precious is this!! Your coloring is exquisite, and I love that image framed with all the soft, beautiful pinks!! What a beauty!!

Julia Nowosielska said...

Beautiful

Patricia said...

Beautiful Colors. Very Inspired.

Theresa said...

What a neat gift for your daughter and friends

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