Catchy title for a page, no?! Ha ha! In third grade my daughter did a school report about Eleanor Roosevelt. As part of their learning, the class got to make marionette puppets of the person they were studying. At the end of the year they put on a presentation for the parents. They did a great job!
I used mostly American Crafts Oh, Happy Life papers on this page, mixing in a few oldies from My Mind’s Eye (yellow chevron) and another American Crafts paper (red polka dots from Soho Garden — if I’m remembering right). When purging papers from my stash, I hardly ever get rid of basic patterns like chevrons and polka dots … a polka dot is a polka dot, right? These kinds of patters ALWAYS mix in with other collections really well.
For page accents, I used an old Crate Paper Chipboard floral sticker, some red chipboard labels by American Crafts, and some floral die cuts from the Pebbles Homegrown collection. They all play really nicely together!
I typed my journaling on the computer, printed it out on white cardstock and adhered it right to the chipboard labels.
Cardstock (white), Patterned Paper (American Crafts, My Mind’s Eye), Tag, Buttons, Chipboard Labels (Bella Blvd.), Chipboard Flowers (Crate Paper), Die cuts (Pebbles Inc.), Stickers (American Crafts), Chipboard Letters, Sewing Machine & Thread, Computer and White Cardstock for Journaling, Adhesive/Foam Squares, White Crochet Thread, Scissors/Trimmer
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