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My newest project for Little Yellow Bicycle.
Using their beautiful denim and wild-life inspired Saturday's Collection, I again created a mini album...go with what you know, right? :)
When I got my package and started sorting through the goodies, I knew immediately that I would turn this set of 6x6 textured Decorative Cardstock


into the base pages for the album!
When you have beautiful embellishments to go along with the patterned papers, it makes putting an album together so quick and easy.  I have detailed instructions up at the LYB Blog.


If you love burlap, twine, felt, wood and denim, then you will be over-the-moon-crazy for this collection!
I thank the Little Yellow Bicycle team for once again giving me the opportunity to do something FUN with their always wonderful products!
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Back tomorrow with Totally Terrific Thursday at I Heart Ippity
and on Monday a few of us from the Imaginisce DT will be featured at 
Becky Fleck's March Page Maps!

Happy Wednesday to all!
Shellye

Comments

  1. I LOVE mini albums and this is a great one! I just had to pin it. Thanks!!!

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  2. Whoa... I can't, for the life of me, make a mini that looks anything like a mini and not just like trash. For real. So I'm totally envious of you for making this beautiful piece of art! WTG and THANKS for the inspo! :D

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  3. This looks so good, LYB is lucky to have you guest designing for them :) I've got some of those papers and embellishments left from the class kit I got at the LYB class at CHA, need to play with it soon :)

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  4. Oh my gosh...you are amazing! i just love your mini's. The paper has so many fun patterns and just love the rosettes and other gorgeous details!! Love, love this!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  5. That mini is really cute!!! Love doing mini's myself and you are such a great inspiration!

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  6. Oh gosh! Your project is so lovely and what a great way to display it! The colors were amazing and the layout so fun.

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