Tuesday 8 January 2008

Japanese inspired notelets

I've posted some similar designs previously but I'm really pleased with these ones (though the angling has come out strange in the photos) They're made from card from old publications and pages torn from a Japanese poetry journal. The butterflies are from used notelets and the rhododendron photo is from a magazine.


Annie Jeffries said...

Pretty and charming. Such simple and easy efforts to make something that will give another so much pleasure when they receive a handwritten note from you.

Anonymous said...

This is so gorgeous. I am going to try it myself, although I have very little crafty ability. You have inspired me to give it a go!

Sandy said...

What a beautiful creative way to recycle. Thank you for this idea...it will work for many different things...such as recipes or encouraging thoughts.

I would very much like to link to your blog with your permission. The next time you visit my blog would you please let me know if it is alright?


Anonymous said...

Very nice!

Do you write old-fashioned letters and cards? I've slipped into using them mainly for my Internet-avoiding relatives.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Annie - thanks!

Selma - enjoy making some cards!

Sandy - yes it does work for lots of things! I'd be delighted if you link to me - thanks! (I've added your blog to my haiku list!)

mybackyard - yes I still write old fashioned letters, even to some people I also email! Its nice to get things in the post!

Anonymous said...

so pretty, I a love most things Japanese

abby - the geek girl said...

Lovely!! I like your card crafts.
I think they would look interesting with tea stained edges!!