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Make a Splash BOOK PAGES

Welcome back from the long weekend everybody.  Did you have a nice holiday?  Who’s out from school already?  (We still have a couple of weeks left here.)  

Today I have some wonderful projects that I collected from my Make a Splash ladies this month.  They all created something using book pages, and I can’t wait to show you what they did.

Heather (Me Making Do)
Book Page Planter
These book pages on the planter give it something extra, and the rosette on the side is cool too!

Ann (Suburban Prairie Homemaker)

Grandma’s Kitchen Chair
Ann upcycled a vintage chair by painting it aqua, and decoupaging it with an illustration and strips of recipe pages from cookbooks.
I love how you use cookbook pages, and the color is beautiful!
Book Pages Vase 
Who doesn’t love super fast crafts?  And I love the shape of the vase you used!
Christie (Pops and Podge)
Book Page Wreath 
First off, we are so excited to be a part of Stephanie’s Make a Splash series!  Thank you inviting us over at Pops and Podge to join in the fun.  So it might not be the most original idea, but it is easy, beautiful and very versatile.  And you only need three supplies…a book, a Styrofoam wreath, and some pins.  My entryway was in need of a little make-over.  This wreath is so easy to customize for each holiday too, which is what I like to do in my entryway.  You can change it up with a ribbon, or cut-outs like bats or hearts.  Don’t you think everyone should have one!!! 
I think it looks great!  I usually see pages rolled up into cones, but I love the “fluffy” look of this one!
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Important Dates Art
I cut out numbers for all our birthdays and wedding date and glued them down on “aged” book pages.

Thanks for stopping by to check out all the ideas today, and thanks to all my lovely participants!  If you want to join in on the fun of Make a Splash, be sure to contact me, and I’ll get you on the list for later in the year!  To see past months of secret supplies, check out the Make a Splash page.

On a side note, I’m posting in Brassy Apple’s Summer of Skills today, so head on over to see how I made these cute kids’ backpacks!


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