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Tales of us - Love Mini Album | Video Flip Through

Happy Monday lovelies,

Today, I have a very special post with a project close to my heart because it is far from my style and yet, has turned out so well. I am guest designing today for the Crazy Crafter - Crafting Supplies Store. They sent me this gorgeous paper pack to try and I was a little skeptical to work with it (because I generally work with bright colors) but I am glad I took the chance. The paper quality is splendid and I had a great time working with it.

I shared the sneak peeks of this project on my Instagram account @ujjwal.handmadewithlove and had so many queries about the papers. So I am posting the details here in case you'd like to check it out.

The paper pack is called "Love in Paris" manufactured under a brand called "Get Inspired" and retailed by the Crazy Crafter Store. 

Size:12×12 inches
14 designs, 14 double-sided sheets with 3 co-ordinated thick printed vellum sheets.
* High-Quality Digital Printing          *270 GSM             *Acid and Lignin free

To purchase the paper pack, check out the store's Facebook page HERE, blog HERE and Instagram HERE.

So, here are some of my favorite photos of the album and you will also find a video flip through at the end of the post.

And here's the video flip through

I hope you like the album and give these papers a try. And don't forget to like and share the video and leave me some love!
Have a great day, Ujjwal


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