Friday, February 26, 2010

Papercut Kitchen Magazine Review

Inspired by my book club, a fantastic group of ladies that I am honored to be a part of, who get together to maybe read, definitely laugh, and definitely eat, I'm posting this magazine review the night after book club night! I love book club night! Ok, ok, the magazine I found at my last trip to my local chain bookstore that I wish was another chain bookstore...

Green Craft Magazine! This is one yummy magazine. I mean it, that paper it's printed on is so incredibly soft and wonderful and the projects in it are pretty cool too. They all feature a recycled element. It's yet another beautiful magazine by Somerset Studio, they really know how to make a craft mag don't they?! Not so much on their website I'm afraid. As usual I was too cheap to shell out the $15 for a magazine so here are my cell pics of some of my favorite projects. They did show more than paper but I am a paper lover so I ignored those! If you aren't a miser like me then it's definitely worth taking home...if you are it's worth a look while your kids play on the train table!

I thought these book covers were just beautiful and so simple. Just a little newspaper, flocked paper scraps, doodling and ribbon.

Fun dress made from the funnies...just make sure to check the forecast. Getting caught in the rain with this one could be embarrassing!

I wasn't so big on this project's execution but I loved the idea. Starbucks cardboard coffee cozy into gift tag.

4 comments:

Debbie said...

I just realized that you have two blogs. This one is so interesting. I'm amazed! If you haven't done so, you link up both to Arkansas Bloggers if you want.

Sunny said...

thanks so much Debbie!

Miss Jody said...

Okay, not only do you live in HOt Springs...
But you scrap! AH!!! Love it!

Sunny said...

Nice to meet you Miss Jody, thanks for stopping by my blogs and maybe we'll happen upon each other in real life!