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Mom's Mini-Album

Hi crafty friends, this is Carolyn here to share a mini-album for Friday, Scrapbook Layouts.  This is a 6 page mini-album (including covers) that I created just before I left on vacation; and finished it in the last few days.  It's called Mom Mini-album kit, created by Cheryl Walton of Creative Kuts, and I created using my papers and embellishments.

TIP: next time I create this Mom's Mini-album I will be more selective of papers.  

 Front cover

 
Page 1

 Page 2

 
Page 3

 
Page 4

 
Back cover

Supplies used:
  • Papers and cardstock used from my stash
  • Front cover paper is printed from Silhouette Studio DE Library of papers
  • Darker brown flowers from Hobby Lobby
  • Three lighter colored flowers, using paper from Studio DE, print and cut and than attached with a brad and ends curled.
  • Train print and cut with Studio DE
  • The mini-album is attached with binders using the Bind-it-All system
Thank you for stopping by, and have a blessed day.

Carolyn - Granny Ma's Creations


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