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Valentine's Day Mini on order!

Hey there,

I have new mini album to share with you all today! It's the month of love and what better to gift than a mini album with your favorite pictures and memories documented :)

 And so here it is. I love how it turned out. For the base I recycled some cardboard boxes, I love the corrugated look.

Entering this for the Lessology Challenge#21 - You're my sweetheart.

Have a great weekend my friends :)


  1. As usual a beautiful scrapbook with gorgeous details.Once again you have inspired me.

  2. Fabulous album! Love all the Valentine colors and images you added.

  3. Ooooooh...this is soooooo sweet! Love your lovey dovey album especially the cute animals!

    Thanks for joining us at LESSology!

  4. What a novel idea to use cardboard boxes as the base. As I was scanning through your images I was wondering what the base was... And then you shared it... works very well.. Love that film strip element. So fun! Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

  5. AMAZING! And I'm totally lovin' the way you used those pretty paper, thanks for playing along with us at LESSology!

  6. This is beautiful! I loveeeee the colors!! Thanks so much for playing along with LESSology!!

  7. Really a fun mini. Love all the love you put into it. Thanks for sharing your lovely work with us at LESSology.

  8. WOW this is so beautiful!!! What a fun creation!!!! love the mini.... thanks for playing along with us over at LESSology!!!....hugs...xoxo


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