Rebirth of a Plain Register

Make voyages! Attempt them… there’s nothing else.
Tennessee Williams

Register with collageSometimes it is very easy to make each day more bright. Why be dull when you can have colours and pretty images? Why go plain when we all have the ability to change?

I bought a register with yellow plastic flabs with number on them (one to five).

I put them in an ugly binder and noticed that they were not nice at all, not me. So I dug up some really old pictures that I’ve been saving for 15 years in a folder (guess I’ve been a picture collector all my life) and used some of the ones I still like on the register pages, both front and on the backside of them.

Do the picture I chose say something about me? Perhaps…

Five pages of decorated register - Copyright Hanna Andersson

My themes:

* animals (cows, a chicken, giraffes, birds, zebras, elephants)
* flower bouquets
* houses, nature and sunshine
* tennessee williams (smoking, blä! infront of his ♥ typewriter)
* children
* vintage cars

Rebirth/birth seems to be a theme here:

Register with collage copyright Hanna Andersson of www.ihanna.nu

I just know I will love to put school papers in a ring binder between these register pages!

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7 Responses to Rebirth of a Plain Register

  1. Alex says:

    What a great creative way to spice up some blah things!

  2. Nina says:

    Cool! Makes every binder more lively – and I do agree – they are DULL !

  3. Hei!
    Eg beundrar bloggen din, du lagar så mykje fint :o)

  4. Art C. says:

    Hmm, now you’re on to something! But what has happened with your dolls? You don’t make those amazing things any more?

    /Art C

  5. Maria Lu says:

    Oj, jag har inte sett att jag fått kommentarer, trodde nog det skulle komma mail om det. Har inte kollat igenom alla funktioner än märker jag.

    Iaf är Skiva hur bra som helst!

    Nå, nu måste jag se om jag kan göra något åt problem.

  6. what a fun idea! and they turned out beautifully! i might have to try this with my bill-binder – might make the job easier.

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