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Anniversary Album!

I have been working with the red and pink combination for so long that just before V-day, I am bored of it and wanted to use a fresh color scheme for this album today :)

I picked creme, green and blue and I love how it turned out :)


 A tag pocket.




 

Had a great time working on this sweet album. All papers are from Echo Park. The chipboard for the cover, the gorgeous blue feather and the glittery flower embellishments are from Itsy Bitsy. The flower stamp is from Lulupu.

Entering this in the Itsy Bitsy Pattern Paper Challenge

Have a great Valentines Day tomorrow my friends :)

Comments

  1. I just love this color combo Ujjwal its so fresh and beautiful ...your albums are always so chock full of wonderful little detail that i just keep scrolling up and down to look at them again and again :)...Fabulous use of PP too and your front cover looks just gorgeous!!

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  2. Clever idea to use a different color combo. Who said Valentines should only be red and white, eh? ;)

    Gorgeous work as always.
    xx

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  3. Loved the color combo and the details.hey even I used Ity bitsy chipboard for my last album.It is fantastic isn't it?I loved the die cut used on your cover page .the feather adds a touch of class to your already elegant project.A very welcome change from the usual pinks and reds .

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  4. I just noticed your binder rings look different from the usual ones.which ones are these?

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  5. Pretty album. Love the mix of papers and tags!:)

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  6. Ujjwal, your albums and scrapbooks are always a treat to browse through and this one is no exception... the color scheme is fantastic and the cover embellishment is fab... love the feather! Planning to try that sometime too.. Thanks so much for playing along ItsyBitsy's Pattern Paper Challenge. All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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  7. The colours are just awesome, love your layering as well! Great work!
    Keepsakes

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