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"My Mini Album Creations"

My Domestic Goddess Family Scraps Recipe Album
Made from a design that I created using colored file folders.















This is my first Baby Girl Onesie Mini Album! 
It turned out so totally adorable! 




This is my very first completed Family Recipe Album! 
The album pages are made from 6x9 envelopes. The papers are by "Webster's Pages". 
Although it was a bit of a challenge, I created this stand for it to sit in on my kitchen desk top. I just luv the mason jar tag I created especially for this mini.



















"A Christmas Wish"
This is a special 4x4 mini album I made to sell. Special because I designed a holder for it to sit in with velvet jingle bells for the feet!  The paper line is by K & Company. It contains a pocket style tag I created especially for this album. I just luv the mix of colors in this mini.








This sweet li'l 4x4 mini album is made from light weight chipboard using Graphic 45's 
"Once Upon A Spring Time" paper line. The lightweight chipboard pages were cut out using dies by Spellbinders. It was a simple pleasure to create. The paper line made it even more of a joy to create. 











"The Olde School House"
This album is one of my own designs made from manilla file folders using the "Lost and Found" paper line by Tim Holtz. We began making this mini in one of my U-stream classes in 2011. This album turned out to be a bit of a challenge for me but when all was said and done I luv how it came together.











THIS is one of my all time favorite little mini album's! This little darling is made using the lovely "Domestic Goddess" paper line by Graphic 45! I absolutely luv this paper line and am finding it harder and harder to find. The little mini sits a-top the little stock pot! So cute!










"The True JOY of Christmas"
I created the adorable Christmas album below as a gift for my sister. I was so pleased how it turned out for her. It contains some of my own hand drawn designs in it such as the snowman with the red top hat on and the snowman peeking from behind the Santa pocket with felt accents on his hat and although you can't see it, he is also wearing a scarf! 














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  1. I love them all! You are very creative and inspiring!

    Chris

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