Since I'm on the subject of books, at least two days ago I was, I wanted to encourage everyone to look at this new Bookazine. I think I've coined a new word. Seriously, it's like a book, as expensive as a book, but it's a magazine. Stampington has done it again. Goodness, I'm so glad most of their magazines are not monthly. This gives so many wonderful projects to do if you're a Greenie! I try to be. Besides recycling, I save things that I don't know what I'm going to do with. Maybe this will help.
Below are two, oops three, of my favorite projects in the magazine. There are several more, btw.
I love the way these little packages are wrapped. In reading the article, I understood that they are the gifts in and of themselves. They do not wrap a gift. I do understand that if I received a gift wrapped this way, I wouldn't want to unwrap it either. But, it would still be tempting. Here are Jenny Doh's posts on this great magazine.
Gonna have to try this one. So, easy and cute!
Everyone needs a garland, right? Especially a beautiful one like this. Here is Pam Garrison's blog. She does absolutely beautiful artwork. She's the creator of these beautiful garlands.
Here's another must-have craft book. While the recent trend to use devotional in a title disturbs me a little, it gives daily impetus to spark creative ideas. It certainly doesn't have to be done page by page. In fact, the author discourages doing that. But, it has tons of how-tos and fun ideas.
These are just two random pages. If you need inspiration, not only is it all over the internet, but here are two hand-on "books" to help out.