Monday

No one can measure how much a heart can hold...

Morning!

I made this mini starbook a while back, but had to wait for it to be in the Quietfire Newsletter first, before posting to my blog. Inspiration for this book came from
Becca at Amazing Paper Grace. Thank you Becca! I used a combination of Quietfire Design's beautiful calligraphy stamps, and my trusty Nestibilities. You can find instructions on how to make this book here, as well as a supply list.









We are having strange weather here in Nova Scotia. The past few days it has been very cold, at night at times -33 with the wind chill. Then yesterday it started at -18 in the moring, warmed up to about -3 and started snowing, then just after midnight there was a bit of freezing rain, and since about 2 in the morning it's been raining. It's now +6 outside! lol I imagine the roads are a real mess, but I am so happy it's warmed up! lol It is a huge temperature difference in a matter of 24 hours though!
Well, off to finish up a few things, and eat my breaky!
Thank you so much for stopping by today,

4 comments:

Beth Norman said...

Awesome work, Kim!!

retiredheather said...

Kim this is really beautiful. What a lovely gift to give to a loved one. I agree about the weather. In NB we just stayed with the cold.
Hugs
Heather

Paula said...

what a gorgeous gift to be treasured.Wonderful work xx

Sandie C said...

What a beautiful little booklet. I love the way you used the nestabilities for the shape of the pages. Must give this wonderful idea a try as I love verse stamps amongst others of course.

TFS

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