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Friday, 26 October 2018

Paper Frosting Friday!

Hi crafty friends, hope you're all well & looking forward to the weekend.
So it's Paper Frosting Friday again.....the day I share my handmade embellishments......
......why Paper Frosting? Well, just because embellishments is such a mouthful.....
and paper frosting sounds so much nicer, I think.
So today I have some Harry Potter inspired envelopes to share, perfect for scrapbook 
pages, journals, card making........I'm sure there's many uses for them. I used more pages
 from my water damaged Harry Potter book, added an insert for journaling, stamping
etc., or you could add cinema tickets and/or receipts. What do you think? I wanted to
 keep them fairly plain then they could be added to as & when required.
Rightio, almost tea time so I better dash.....thanks for calling & for any comments
you might leave......see you over the weekend!


  1. You need to make more envelopes so I can read the next chapter,!! Lol. These are a fab idea for Harry Pitter fans. Hugs Mrs A.

  2. What a great idea and really cute too xx

  3. Such a good idea Jo, like you say they would be perfect for scrapbook pages.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

  4. Great idea Jo! Anything HP goes down really well in this house...2 obsessed granddaughters!
    Have a good weekend

  5. Great idea love the little envelopes and handy to have them ready for use
    Carol x

  6. Brilliant idea Jo, I have 2 sons who still read their Harry Potter books, the eldest was in Edinburgh last week making a video for you tube (sponsored by Visit Scotland I believe) about places which inspired JK Rowling, he also did the Jacobite train last week, expensive but worth it. The younger was taught by her mother-in-law, and JKR visits the area fairly regularly


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