Saturday, March 28, 2009

Today is the Day!!!


Can I just start off by saying how cool this is!  I love how so many people are involved in such a fun event!  :)  If you have never checked out Unity before, check them out!  (They are by far my favorite stamp company).  If you didn't start at Angela's blog, go back and start here. There is a long list of blogs to visit today, so I will make this quick.

Here's my project to show you.  It uses Unity's March Kit of the Month.  

I had some of these leftover from stamp sets:

And I thought I would use them to create a mini album.  :)








And I will leave you with my favorite quote (we have it on the wall in our bedroom).  

"Love is not something you look for,
Love is something you become."  (Langley)

Now hop on over to Randi's blog.




Supplies for my "Family of 5" Mini Album:
Wooden Pieces--Unity Stamp Company, Stamps--Unity Stamp Company, Papers--My Little Shoebox, Ink and Embossing Powder--Stampin' Up!, Chipboard Letters--Basic Grey, Letter Stickers--My Little Shoebox, Glitter Paint--Stickles, Ribbon--Maya Road, White Pen--Souffle.

73 comments:

Jocelyn said...

Love the mini album!!! It is awesome!!! Have a great Saturday!!!

Kim said...

So cute - very creative!

Brooke said...

LOVE THIS!!! its fabulous!!! i'm soooo CASEing your idea... somehow i know where i can get my hands on these Unity wood tags... hmm.... :)

9kids said...

What a great way to use those pieces ~ I never would have of this.

Suz said...

Creative repurposing! Thanks for the inspiration & have a blessed weekend

Tinker and JingeBear's Mom said...

Wow. Gotta pick my jaw up off the floor. I have a collection of these, too and now I have an idea of what I can do with them. Thanks!!
~ky

Expressions of a Creative Mind said...

What a really great idea. Awesome!!

Margie said...

Brilliant creation!!!
Love your mini album! I really think that using those bits to make it was a fantastic idea!
Beautiful :)

Tonya said...

Fantastic!!

Maynes-Watt-Hayes Family said...

wow! way to recycle unity! you go girl!

Laura L said...

What a cute idea! I love it!

Sarah E. said...

I love this idea! They would also make great luggage tags! Perfect!

Kathryn said...

INCREDIBLE -- LOVE this album - wonderful job!

Patti said...

Great, great project! Totally unique.

Lisa F said...

LOVE this idea! I have a few of those sitting around here too! Beautiful album!

JazzyH said...

Creative!

Nettie said...

Fabulous, how creative!

Nettie

Sandra Correale said...

So fab! I'm totally scraplifting this! (Hope you don't mind...)

stampmonkey said...

What a wonderful and CREATIVE mini album!!

Katy said...

Oh I love this. It's so adorable, you did such a great job!

Randi said...

Cute, creative, and eco-friendly!! ;o) What a fab idea! I definitely will try this one! Thanks for the idea!

Renee' Dezember said...

What a SUPER mini!!! I just need one one & I can make one too ;) TFS

Lisa Graves said...

So creative! Love it.

BloomingPink said...

What a great idea for how to use those blocks!

jpmayo said...

Gorgeous album!

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

what a cute mini!!!

Becky Carafa said...

What a GENIUS idea! It's so cool!

Kristen said...

this mini album is awesome! You did an amazing job. It was such a creative use for those Unity tags! :)

Kerry said...

What a sweet mini album...great idea to use those Unity wood tags!

Diane said...

Wonderful mini album...thanks for sharing!!! Very inspiring!

Robynccgirl said...

Very cute! I too have some of those I need to use! Great idea!

Christi Snow said...

Wow! This is amazingly creative and such a perfect keepsake! I love it! smiles...

Jackie (Sweetest Girls) said...

I love your creativity!

CoventryAnn said...

What a brilliant idea.

Lauri said...

Wow! What a great idea!!! So creative...and a great little album!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

TraceyT said...

What a clever idea!! :) Love it

Jen said...

What a clever idea!

Jacque B said...

What a wonderful use of these wooden tags -- good job!

Dee said...

How creative! This is an adorable mini album and I would never have thought to use them,,,going to have to CASE lol :)

KAP said...

Great little book! I sadly only have one of those big wooden unity tags. Woe is me.

Tami said...

this is so creative! LOVE it!

Jen E. said...

that mini book is flippin sweet!

Cre8tiveTeen said...

Cute! TFS!

Dawn K. said...

I am saving mine for the same thing. great idea!

de said...

OMG what a crafty idea! LOVE IT!

Amy said...

Waaay cool!!Love it!

{stampininthesun} said...

Love this great idea!

vtpuggirl said...

Cool mini! Wow, lots of people here today!

FibreJunky said...

What a great way to use those tags!! I've been hoarding mine. That is really a great idea - and it came out so cute!

Daniela said...

How fun and creative!

Tracy said...

Your work is beautiful and inspiring - great job!

Joni (kix) said...

What a clever idea!

Ashley said...

This is GENIUS! I love the idea and the album!

Jen said...

What an awesome mini album! I have some of those sitting on my desk right now, just waiting to be used...thanks for the inspiration!

Rachel Hope said...

Amazing idea!!! I have been saving mine too ;)

Tammy said...

Beautiful! :)

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

That is such a coooooool and creative idea!!!! I love it!!

Summerthyme Studio said...

What a sweet idea! Great Project!

Karen said...

Love that you recycled your wood tags into this marvelous mini album. Way to go!!!

Rose Ann said...

Wow...way to recycle, and your album is fabulous!!!!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Super cute!

Purple Princess said...

Awesome mini book! I love it!

Jacqueline said...

Oh how gorgeous and inventive!!! Love this!!

whoistracy said...

This is so creative!!

Jenn said...

Such a great idea!! Adorable,thanks for sharing

Heather P. said...

This is FABULOUS! Love it! :)

Angie Tieman said...

WOw! Very cool project!

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

What a great idea love it!!!

Mimmers49 said...

What a cute tag album!

Tamara said...

This is a fabulous way to use those wooden tags. I *love* the mini book you created.

Gwen said...

So cool, did the rings come with the tags or where did you get them?

Pamela said...

Gwen, I actually had the ring on hand...I can't remember where I got it, but it was online somewhere.

Vickilyn said...

Love the book!! Thanks for the inspiration!!