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Ho Ho Ho! Mini Album for Stamp N Doodle


I'm so excited!!  This is my first challenge on a new design team:  Stamp N Doodle
 You can get the wonderful Santa image from their store.  I colored him with colored pencils.  I made him the star on my mini album.  I printed my sentiment (misspelled-I know.  I'm going to fix it before I sell it!) from the internet.  Just Google fancy fonts & you'll run across some free websites.
The brad is from Lost & Found.  The designer paper is from Stampin Up.

 This beautiful vintage image is from /Nice Crane Designs. It was precolored & I just backed it with Stampin Up Cherry Cobbler paper. Made for a nice tag in my mini album.

I hope you'll join us @ Stamp N Doodle.  We'd love to have you enter your creation today!!

Thanks for stopping by & I hope you have a blessed Wednesday!
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