Posts made in October, 2015

Scenes from an arts & crafts festival

Posted by on Oct 23, 2015 in Holidays | 0 comments

I had a booth at a local festival last weekend on a gorgeous fall Saturday. It was my first time to be a vendor. I was so glad to get there Saturday morning and get set up.

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I’m thankful for the people who I met and for my friend, Jane, who came and worked with me.

I had been so nervous about it and I’m so glad that now I’ve been at a show and know what to expect!

 

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October Traveler’s Notebook

Posted by on Oct 7, 2015 in fall, featured, notebooks & calendars | 0 comments

I love fall. October is my favorite.

When I got a sweet little plain calendar, well, it just called out to be embellished.

Keetha October travelers

 

I got the monthly planner from Yellow House Paper.

Keetha fall planner

 

I pulled a few (just a few) fall-type odds and ends.

Keetha fall planner goodies

 

 

Keetha autumn traveler's notebook

Keetha autumn traveler's

 

Keetha October front page

I tricked out the back cover, too. Fall comes just once a year, after all!

Keetha Oct notebook raven

 

Keetha notebook

I made that other bad boy, my “Yay Ideas” notebook, this summer before we left going to the beach. I had just gotten Get It Done by Sam Bennett and knew I’d have lots of ideas to write down.

I used scrapbook paper (from My Mind’s Eye) and plain printer paper.

I have a separate notebook for ideas about blog posts and web site updates and the like.

Keetha traveler's notebk

 

All of which fit in my traveler’s notebook cover that is so pretty.

Keetha traveler's notebook cover

I just love it. I got it from Perfect Papier. The turquoise color is just gorgeous. I chose the green elastic. Everything about it makes me happy.

Along with the scrumptious fall-flavored notebook within.

Just think! I get to make one for November, too!

(On the monthly planner cover: The scalloped scrapbook paper at the top of the cover is from the Steampunk Spells collection by Graphic 45. The leaf stamp is by Tim Holtz.)

 

 

 

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