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Birhday Album!

I had this opportunity to create a birthday album to be gifted to a girl. the album is A4 size with fun bright colors :)

All flowers used in the album are handmade, distressed, layered and misted with pearl mist. Lot of work but totally love the result :)
All the papers are from Echo Park Paradise Beach 12X12 Collection expect the cover. The bright orange embossed sheet was a local buy and was in my stash for years. Butterflies and champagne border stickers are from Pie lane.

Here are pictures of some of the pages finally edited the way I wanted to :)
Don't know why but I can't get these pictures to rotate :( Maybe I will try again later and edit the post then but I hope you got the idea of how it looks :)

Have a great day!


  1. Oh this is just gorgeous work Ujjwal ...totally love your album cover and the flower arrangement insides ...beautiful details as always ...its such a treat to see the way you create your albums ..they are always chock full of lovely ideas :)

  2. amazing ,beautiful,love all the details.

  3. dude... love love love the papers and that punch... a lot of space to hold onto a lot of memories...!!

  4. Awesome work. Love how it all comes together!!

  5. You hit the nail on the head once again Ujjwal. The album is beautiful, bright and cheery. I reallly like the side punch on the pages. Its just WOW!

  6. Speechless... Loved each and every element but my fav is the cover page... U have used the bright color so perfectly ....

  7. You are a magician :) .. That's such a lovely album.

  8. This is absolutely amazing...... i jus love this album.....

  9. Very lovely album and papers are so pretty !!

  10. Awesome album ujjwal
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  11. Awesome album Ujjwal.Loved it .And please consider linking it to Sentimental Sunday's current challenge Flowers , flowers and more flowers.

  12. Lovely album ujjwal...!!! I love ur detailing , it really inspire me alot..:)


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  14. Awesome and inspirational work Ujjwal... Loving this blog hop journey.. :)
    I m your newest follower...

  15. DUDE!!! YOU ROCK!!! That orange yellow sheet is the bomb! I love that second page with flowers on the side - killer! Brilliant brilliant brilliant!

  16. i just wanna buy this .....please tell me hw can i buy ths....


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