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Mini Album/ Create a Critter, MM, TBBM, Gypsy Font, Cuttlebug














Back in April I was fortunate enough to win some blog candy from the ladies at BBTB2. One of the prizes was this yummy birthday paper stack that I was able to use on a gift for a little friend. I loved the papers and incorporated them to this mini book with lots of dies, rub-ons, bling, flowers and some tucked-in surprises. TFL!  And thanks to the crew at BBTB2!!

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  1. Great mini album! I love the lil birdie in the nest its so cute!

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  2. Your mini album is very cute tfs

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  3. OMG!!! I love this mini album!!! What a great job and so much detail.

    Thank you so much for your interest in registering for our Showcase #10. I apologize for being late in responding to you; however, I was unable to access any of the features on my blog due to a Google server problem. Hopefully, they've fully resolved the matter.

    Because of this, I am greatly delayed in my posting and commenting, and the registration/detail info post will not be available until about 7 p.m. (ct) tonite, Monday, June 7. I do apologize and I hope you didn't think I was ignoring your or just being rude, I'd never do anything to leave my you, my friends, in the dark without an explanation. So, please, just give me a couple more hours and come back to register this beautiful album!!!

    I do hope so much to see your wonderful album in our showcase, and the fairies and I look forward to you playing with us.

    I'll be seeing you, my friend!!!

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  4. Oh, I forgot to mention, the post should be the first one on my blog page at 7 p.m. unless I post again today. In this case, you can always refer to my sidebar under "New Series Showcases". It is the first label on my sidebar and it's a direct link when it's open to the registration and detail information post.

    Thanks again!

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  5. I love how you used different shapes and textures!! Thanks for entering the Designer Showcase over at www.cuteandsome.blogspot.com!!

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  6. Adorable! Love the elements thanks for joining the showcase!

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  7. I love it-love it -love it!!! Thanks so much for entering it into the showcase. I hope you have fun, and good luck!!!

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  8. What a Beautiful little Album, Love your choice of Colors and the different shapes too...

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  9. Hi There,
    I found your blog through Audreys showcase. I love this mini album. You did a fantabulous job, I am now following you too so keep up the good work.
    Stacy

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  10. Congratulations! Your mini album was selected in Showcase #10. You can grab your award at your convenience.

    Thank you so much for playing with us, yours was a terrific project, and we hope you come play again!

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