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Heartfelt Creations Mini Album

Hi!  I hope your having a great week!
Do you love Heartfelt Creations Designer Paper like I do?
I love making this file folder mini albums.  So I decided to combine them!
 Below I fussy cut a column with the roses and added to the corner to be able to slide pictures underneath.

 I don't do a lot of embellishing since the 4x6 photos will take up most of the space.
I really liked the brown diecut edge with the beautiful lace over top to bind the end.


I'm entering the following challenges:

Crafting From the Heart : anything goes
Imagination-Crafts Challenge: anything goes
My Craft Creations: anything goes
UseYour Stuff :  Layers
Anything But A Card challenge #37: Anything goes
That Craft Place: Anything Goes
Crafty Girls Challenges: Anything goes
Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge #99: Ribbon & Wings


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