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Very Vintage Style "Baby's FIRST Christmas" 2010 Mini Album* For Sale!

See Santa peeping around the tree??
The Santa on the left is a folds out...

I have worked for a couple of weeks on this cute, vintage themed,"Matchbox Styled" Baby's First Christmas Mini Album... It is of course somewhat larger than a normal matchbox mini!! It measures approximately 5"x4-1/4"x2". It has a really nice sized keepsake drawer inside which holds a bonus baby rattle made by me. Each page in the mini has a large pocket at the top which holds a tag in each one. There is a bonus pocket in the very back for all the little gift tags and any other little treasures you would like to keep and of course, all kinds of spots to slide pictures into! This album was themed for a little fellow, but the colors are so mixed you could definitely use it for your little gal as well :) The cost of the album as you see it is !Price lowered! $48.00!! plus a small shipping fee. You can purchase below using the Pay Pal button. Thank you so much for stopping by! I wish all of you all the best! Julie (Please see my purchasing policies for further information.)   PS: I just wanted to mention that this album and box are made completely from scratch. They are not an altered anything. The box is hand made by me from medium weight chipboard. Just wanted to clear that up for anyone who might be wondering :)



 Here are some of the tags....
I have more pics on request.



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  1. Your mini album looks absolutely incredible Julie! I guess that explains why you've been MIA...you've been busy creating a masterpiece! It would make a wonderful Christmas gift for someone special, so I'm sure someone will snap it up right away!...Nancy :o)

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  2. I saw this while at Julie's for Thanksgiving and it is so beautiful. You think it is pretty here wait until the lucky person gets it! LOVE it! As always sis such talent and beauty!

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