Tuesday, 11 October 2011

LSNED 2011: Part 4


So here's the final instalment :) First, my closing page:


Here's a look at all the pages together:



And I've bundled them up and tied them with a ribbon, so here's how the completed project looks:


And it was indeed fun :) Thanks again, Shimelle!

22 comments:

Lynn said...

wow it looks great - I've really enjoyed seeing all the LSNED projects and definitely want to sign up next year.

gayle said...

It looks great! :) Wonderful project xx

Sian said...

A satisfyingly thick and sturdy looking beribboned pile!

Cheri said...

nice job! love the ribbon binding!

Jimjams said...

Splendid to see them all together!!

Beverly said...

Bravo for completing the project but then again you always stay on top of things :) Still loving those yellows and greys!

Mary B said...

Looks fab Mel

scrappyjacky said...

They look wonderful altogether,Mel....I do think it makes a difference using co-ordinating papers. A great project.

Photographing Mom said...

Super, super, super!! Love the colors all together. :)

angelfish said...

What a lovely big stack of pages. Great job Mel :o)

Karen said...

Such a lovely project Mel and what a fun way to tackle it.

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Alison said...

Looks great Mel...a job well done!
Alison xx

Sandra said...

Without a doubt this is stunning

Julie J said...

And I've not long finished reading about how yellow and gray (sic) is the latest trend. You trendy little scrapper you!

Melissa said...

Great job - what fun it will be to look back at this next year!

Karen said...

Love seeing the final project! The color combination is fabulous, and all those cards laid out together really look beautiful.

Amy said...

Excellent! Love those colours :-)

alexa said...

I love the way you kept the same colours, and your finished rows and the book itself are just lovely.

Miriam said...

This is gorgeous Mel, well done. I am intrigued by the way you did the project through September. Although I don't 'do twitter' I am thinking about doing my Advent journal in 140 (or less) characters a day....food for thought x

Gina said...

This is a great finished project! I am taking Shimelle's class for the first time. I enjoy seeing the results of all your work. It is beautiful!

Jen said...

Great job with this class - it is one I would like to do, and your finished article is totally yummy :D