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Cardboard Mini Albums on order!

So here is the first project from the lot that I shared as "work in progress" in a recent post. I completed the order yesterday and now since its on its way to the client, I can share the project in its complete glory :)

I made 5 Minis 4"X6" in size which makes for an ideal gift or use it to document your own little special events and memories.



And here are the inside pages of one of the albums (Albums are identical in structure, only the pattern papers and embellishments vary)

Lots of tags, pretty papers and embellishments :)

  A pocket insert for photo or journaling!


Lots of space for journaling and photos !




And the back cover :)

These are so perfect for saving those 2X3 photos and documenting the special mini events in our lives.  I had such a blast making these as they are not only cute, they are also recycled(The card backing came from packaging cartons :))

I actually loved them so much that I decided to make one for myself and I am documenting the specials things we(me+DH) did every month in 2012. Wouldn't it be cool to have one such mini every year and then look back on them later :)

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting today!


Comments

  1. Very lovely mini albums!! Great idea to document your life month wise :)

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  2. Lovely work Ujjwal appreciate the effort that u r putting in even during these times !!! I wish u a happy and safe pregnancy... hope u are enjoying the kicks by now :-)

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  3. These are lovely!!!BTW I have started on a pocket mini for a friend... I am having such fun while using the papers I bought from you.

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  4. wow shoo good and soo impressive... loved it..

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  5. Love the idea of recycling the cartoon box! They look awesome!

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  6. I totally adore them! Love the idea of making one each year...
    Really gonna try them...

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  7. OMGosh, Ujjwal, these are awesome! The insides are just as cute as the covers, and I love that you used cardboard as your base. Fab!

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  8. awesome creation .........love them
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  9. Oh my.. I have fallen in love with it... you have embellished it so well... each and every page is so neat.. You have struck a perfect balance between the embellishments and blank space to scribble on... just awesome..

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  10. Ujwal, super cool, love them all :)

    Cheers,
    Durga
    http://durgasartgallery.blogspot.com

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  11. stunning creations, Ujjwal. I love them all and I'm sure the recipient will treasure them too. Wasn't it tough to give them away though. I always have separation problems with my mini creations.

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  12. Wow Ujjwal, simply superb... They are awesome. I wonder too how do you part with such beautiful creations?... Your work rocks gal!!! Keep up and Take care of your health...!!!

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  13. Gorgeous Minis ...all of them...and each page is interesting and cute...what a fab idea!

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  14. Hey Ujjwal, These albums are very adorable... so colorful and pretty!!

    very nicely made.. appreciate it :)

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  15. Gorgeous creations :-)

    thanks for entering the Simon Says Stamp DT call and Good Luck :-)
    luv
    Lols x x x

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  16. these are gorgeous esp the inside pages..they are so lovely..i wouldnt bring myself to write on them ;)

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  17. So very nicely done Ujjwal! Great idea for gifts too! Tks so much for sharing this! :)

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