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Birthday Favor Bag Contents - Day#5

So I am finally down to the last item that I put in the favor bags order (I hope all these posts weren't boring and stretched all this time :)). I had to hold this project till the end as I had used some soon to be released PPRS stamps on these and I didn't want to spoil the fun of the PPRS Release Party which will happen in the span of 3 days(11-13 May) later. Since I have the project posted as a sneak peak on the PPRS blog today, I thought I will share it here too.

I made 3 birthday reminder books to be put into the girl's(aged 9, 12, 15) favor bag. Do you remember the first one I made?

I improvised on the previous book that I had made this time(but I forgot to take pictures of the insides...silly me :( ). All the girls had a specific color preference and of course I had to make them pretty and girly but also keep up with the "Ball" theme of the party. Quick Solution - add a ball themed charm :)

Charms and me?? NOPE. Tejal to the rescue :D
She was pretty busy that time but still jumped in to help me out and I love those charms she made. She even color coordinated them for me. How awesome!  Thanks a ton sweetie!!




So there you have it! All the items of the favor bags finally revealed :)
If you have any questions or would like to place an order for anything you see and like on my blog or if you have any other custom order request, please feel free to e-mail me at ujjwal.handmadewithlove@gmail.com and I will happy to help.

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting and being so appreciative of my work always.

Comments

  1. I love these albums.. they look gorgeous and the charms have given them the xtra special touch :)

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  2. These birthday reminder books are so gorgeous ujjwal...i love the way you have decorated it in the front...would have loved to have a sneak peek of the insides..this could make any little girl happy!!!

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  3. These are super cool...Very apt for girls and very thoughtful too.Only you can come up with something gorgeous like this.

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  4. i love CD minis!! they are super fun! i loved how u decorated these!!!

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  5. I love these, just soo awesome, and really like the color combo used.. :)

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  6. WOW! These are impressive and they look great!

    Hope you enjoyed NSD!
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  7. grrrr....I have 75 useless CDs but limited creativity ...I wish I could match things up and swish a wand and end up with something remotely close to this. They are so gorgeous and well-matched. Each has an identity of its own but they still complement the other.. Super gorgeous :)

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  8. How do you do this.. I have been looking at CDs and patterned papers for more than 5 yrs.. never thought of something like this.... U r a Genius!

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  9. These are fantastic!!! love the color selections!! FAAAAABULOUS if i may say so!

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  10. i absolutely love these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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