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Birthday Mini for girl

Hi all, This is a simple birthday mini I made to go along with a birthday gift. It doesn't have a lot of techniques but I will add descriptions under each picture. I used lots of different colors throughout to keep it young and tried to keep the details pretty simple too. I hope you like it!

The H.B. phrase is from Create a Critter, embossing with Cuttlebug Swiss Dots, Thickers letters, and I made my own glimmer mist for the layered flowers. I also added twine to the center button.
The corners on this picture mat were made with a M.S. punch, I popped the sticker to allow the pic. to slide underneath.
This is the 2nd page, the little house is from Create a Critter, I added a jewel for the door knob.
The little house opens to allow room for pictures.
This little scene was created with Create a Critter, and stickers that I backed with cardstock and kraft paper, then popped on the page.
It slides to reveal a journaling spot.
To this page I added double sided tags to allow room for journaling, and a place for the date. The phrase "sweet" is also popped on the page.
This picture frame was made using a scallop border punch, and finished with polka-dot ribbon.
This picture frame also has a flower border punch with added sequins, stickers, and dry embossing.
This smaller frame has a lacy ribbon I recently purchased, the picture can slide right behind it.

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