Monday, February 15, 2010

Sneak Peak on my Special Little Memories minibook - Under Construction

It's time for me to get busy and complete some unfinished work.  I admit it, I'm guilty for starting and then storing some of my projects to work on new things.  This was a minibook I created to remember our old house back in WA.  I love the idea of creating an album that honors not only where you lived but the memories that went with it.  I'm happy we took some pictures that we can add to this book that will help our boys remember our old home. 
Materials Used:  Daisy D's Patterened Paper and Ribbons, BE House Chipboard, label buddy, key charm, white fibers, 7 Gypsies Open knob (my favorite!), K&co Brenda Walton stickers (I know, I know, can't stop loving K&co)


Victoria said...

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Laura said...

Im following your blog from the Blogger 2 swap on Swapbot. Im am so glad I found your blog. I love to make handmade cards and other scrapbook creations too!!! That mini book is so cute.

I go by KountryGurl on Swapbot.

lisajhoney said...

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The mini book looks awesom

Sandy said...

This is sooo..cute! Can't wait to see the final product!


Wendy Dowd said...

Love it Kel! I seriously need to come over and have you help me with some projects. Are you going to do any classes soon?

e-Lousions said...

I luv how the mini book looks! Looking forward on good reading :P Im misslou from swapbot and am now following you!

This girl said...

Hi, love these! This is Amy aka awhimofmine from Be my blog follower 2 on swapbot :)

eviebits said...

Hi! This is eviebits from and I am now following you as part of the Be My Blogger Follower Swap. I love the pictures of your papercrafts here and I look forward to seeing more from you in the future!

I think the idea of making a little book for your kids to remember the old home is a great idea. When we moved from Louisiana when I was a kid, my mom made a point to take pictures of the house and yard before we packed so we could remember it as it was when we lived there. Even as an adult, I treasure these pictures and they help me to remember the times we had at that house.

Happy Crafting!