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First mini album on order!

Just in case you are wondering where have I been, I am still here...Its just that I am in silent mode :)

I haven't made anything for my crafting pleasure lately but I did complete some orders and am working on some more. Today I wanted to share my first Mini Album that I made on order. This one is special, as not only it is my first one on order, it is actually my first time making an album and boy, did I have fun? I had a blast working on it and I am so glad that the person who ordered it, liked it just as much.

The cover of the album which is my favorite part :) I used lot of different papers from Studio Calico, American Crafts and Echo Park to make the cover. The pretty charm was a gift from Tejal.

A close up of all the tiny details on the cover. I used lot of Echo Park stickers to build up the sentiment.

The first page. I have used Echo Park Victoria Garden collection papers and journaling cards on inside pages.

The photo insert. I used Pie Lane Border strips in red and pink to give the photo inserts some zing. I also used 3D embellishments from Itsy Bitsy. I have kept the Photo inserts simple to let the photographs shine.
One of the other pages, just wanted to show the beautiful musical background paper :)
One of my other favorite pages :)

Just a collective shot of some of the photo inserts

I wanted to make a video and show all of it but didn't have the strength to do that so just thought I'd share a few pictures and give you an idea. I hope you like it. I am new to making albums so I would love to receive feedback and suggestions :)

Thanks for visiting!


Comments

  1. I LOVED IT TO THE CORE!!! I think the STRESS itself says it ALL.... :D And you say that it is your first... Hard to believe but since you say so, I might as well do.... :D KAMAAL HAI!!! I adore the CLEAN & CRISP quotient in your creations.... It's like THE IMPRESSION!

    You should join the Scrapping Club for the year 2012 on ICR!

    Ash.. :)

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  2. This is awesome Ujjwal... Absolutely gorgeous.. Loving all the papers you used... I think I need to buy some more for myself.. :D... Great work.. Hope you are feeling better now....

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  3. This is simply amazing!!! I am stunned at how easily you used those papers..I would have a heart attack in using even the strips of it!!! Man you've got a strong heart!!!
    And you gave away the charm? It was for you!!! hrrmph!! will have to make you a new one now!!! :)

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  4. awesome work ...just wanted to know those paper pocket inserts have been made by u or that was a part of the album!!! and really as tejal mentions it....u really have a strong heart wen it comes to the papers!!!

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  5. wow this is really wonderful dear... love every page of it....

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  6. This is great! Scrapbooking is back breaking but the end result is good that you forget all the pains. This is indeed very nice. And I fully agree with Tejal that using so much of those brandd papers would really give me a nervous breakdown!!!

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  7. Its stunning Ujjwal. Just beautiful. The papers are gorgeous and seamlessly blend with each other. Envelopes, is it?

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  8. your mini album is just gorgeous ...wow the way you have combined those beautiful paper its amazing...love the inside as well as the cover so so much...you have added such beautiful details :)

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  9. Awesome... as tejal said how u used all those beautiful papers at one go?anyway make many more of this..its beautiful:)

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  10. This is like wowwwww!! i wanna try something like this soon :) :) Thank you for the inspiration :)

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  11. wow ! very beautifully done . Like ur arrangements .

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  12. Wow Ujjwal..... I have always adored the way u make your cards.... simple but bang on the sentiments u want to convey and here too ... u hv stunned me... Loved every every thing in the album......

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  13. Specially loved loved loved the roses PP ... just awesome

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  14. Lovely work !! It does'nt seem to be your first one !!

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  15. This is super fantastic! Looks so neat and fresh!Loved all the papers used and the cover looks so beautiful!

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  16. This is so pretty Ujjwal, gosh love all that PP and the way everything just gels so well together! hard to believe its a first attempt!

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  17. neat
    gorgeous
    unique
    lovely
    stunning
    a masterpiece :)
    what can i say ?

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  18. Nicely done! Just awesome use of colours and layers! :)

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  19. i think kalindi said it all... no more words Ujjwal!!!

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  20. Beautiful!!
    Nati from Brazil
    http://natiquill.blogspot.comBeautiful!!

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  21. Its fabulous....I honestly find it difficult to believe that it is your first.Absolutely professional and stunning.loved it to thecore.Please do a tutorial on how you did the cover

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