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A Farmhouse Mini

I can't believe that I've had this sweet little
mini album made up for a week now and am just
getting around to share it!  I have it listed at 

I've had intentions of using the Farmhouse Collection by
October Afternoon for some is what I did with it 
and the new set of scalloped dies from Lifestyle Crafts :)

I had a lot of fun making this one...well, I have a lot of fun making minis period!

This isn't the greatest segue, but aren't you excited about all
of the NEW RELEASES coming out this month?!? 
As you probably know, CHA is this week and we're in for a
scrappy, stampy and crafty overload...I'm so ready!
Here are a few that I'm lovin':

TAKE A HIKE by Simple Stories

HANDMADE HOLIDAY by Simple Stories

HARVEST LANE by Simple Stories

 Now, aren't these G-R-E-A-T?
This next week I will be sharing some of my projects with not
only Simple Stories New Releases, but with Authentique Paper and next week, Imaginisce :)

It's July, which means I'm getting geared up for crafting those
FALL and CHRISTMAS related items...what better way to
spend these dog-days-of-summer!
See you tomorow for the EAD Blog Hop!


  1. That mini is SO GORGEOUS. I also love the new Simple Stories releases!

  2. You are so awesome at minis! LOVE this one. And the Simple Stories releases are amazing.

  3. That is one beautiful mini girl and the Simple Stores stuff is really cute!

  4. So beautiful!!! Just love the size, shape, and all the wonderful layers! Love the Fall line...colors are just lovely!


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