Continuing with the Chartreuse tradition, Claudia Shadler's notebooks are first in line. They're sweet, tiny and prompt. We're convinced you'll love them...
Hello there, Claudia here with mini note cards featuring this week's theme, Chartreuse! I wanted to make a project where the color would just pop and serve as the focal point. I used Crate Paper's "Pretty Party" patterned papers along with die-cut trimmings of Chartreuse felt. To me, the felt reminds me of Spring and gives an added layer of dimension & texture. The mini note cards are sized at roughly 3" x 3" that are tri-fold and are very easy to make. I could easily see myself making more of these for a little school girl party as favors, or for children learning to write.
In most parts of Japan, the prettiest seasons are Spring & Autumn, though I have a fondness for Spring because of it's vast array of hues! The most recognizable is "Pink, thanks in part to the gorgeous cherry blossoms everywhere. Surrounding the cherry blossoms is the "green" of the freshly risen grass, and the "blue" of clear skies and sunshine. The colors are inspiring and motivating!
Hey everyone! Since green is my favorite color, I was totally happy that "Chartreuse" was our theme for this month. March is also the month for St.Patrick's Day celebrations (Luck of the Irish) here in the US, so keeping those things in mind, I wanted to go completely green all over and create a layout of my top five lucky things. I kept this layout photo-less and decided to go punch crazy using papers from the 6" x 6" Pretty Party paper pad. It's simple and chic.