Saturday, 5 January 2013

Pass the Book

Oops, I do believe I'd better let someone else have a chance to read this...

 
Many thanks to Melissa, who started it on its journey! Here's some information about how Pass The Book works, but basically, if you'd like to read it then leave a comment on this post saying so, and I'll pick a name at random next Saturday (12th January - round about lunchtime GMT) and send it on to that person, wherever in the world they may be. If you're the lucky recipient then you'll need to do a similar blog post in about a month's time and pass it on to someone else. It only has a few more months travelling to do before returning to Melissa, so good luck if you'd like to read it!
 
I had hoped to make a project or two inspired by the book and share those with you now, but time has run away with me! However, I did find plenty of inspiration within its pages and have made lots of notes :) I often use post-it notes as temporary bookmarks to note pages I want to return to - look how many post-it bookmarks this book merited:
 
 
So I've got my notes carefully tucked away, and I look forward to trying stamping with bleach, spritz stamping, resist stamping, stamping onto cork and glass and modelling paste, and much more! Would you like to take some inspiration from this lovely book, too? Leave your comment, and let's Pass The Book... :)

5 comments:

Kirsty.a said...

I've got loads of stamps which hardly ever get used (I'm a biut scared of stamping!) I'd like to go into nthe draw. Maybe this book will inspire me to do more of it

scrappyjacky said...

Sounds perfect for me...would love a turn.

Melissa said...

I use sticky notes to mark spots in books & they often look like this when I'm done! LOL Glad you found some inspiration from the book - thanks for being a part of Pass the Book: Year Two.

Jennie said...

Oh yes - sounds an interesting read - Please put me in the drawing Mel - Thank you! J xx

Scrappi Sandi said...

Oooh! Please include me in the draw....I have a box full of stamps that hardly ever see light of day, let alone make it onto a LO!!! This would be perfect to get me experimenting!! ;D