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"8x8 Vintage School Days File Folder Album"
This tutorial is available for sale right here. Grab your school days stash and join me as guide you through every detail of creating this adorable, fun, fully interactive mini album! I have written this easy to follow, step by step tutorial with tons of color photos. This is my very own mini album design made with manilla folders. With all sorts of flips, flaps, and hiding places!
All paper piecing patterns are included as well as some of my own art work just for this album!
Here is the link to me showing the album.

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 "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" Quick Mini Album

Yep! This is what I spent the day doing yesterday :o) Editing and uploading the video, Not making the album. I made it a couple weeks ago. This is part 1 of a 3 part series. Pretty much all I did get done :o( So... I am running a bit behind at this point. And... Monday I took my son Christmas shopping all day. It was fun but it put me a little further behind. How is everybody else's holiday chores panning out??
I hope you all find this project somewhat useful this holiday season. This really is a very easy project to make and it comes together quickly. Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below. You can find the other two videos on my you tube channel of course :o)
Have a blessed and prosperous day and happy scrappin'!
Julie

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