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Lynn




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Registered: July 2007
Location: Shropshire, UK
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This is an album I made using One in a Million by Aimee Harrison Design Studios and Snickerdoodle Designs which can be found here:

https://www.digitalscrapbookingstudi...ducts_id=13082

It's gorgeous, and I love those clusters and borders but I didn't use those this time (although I can see me using these on a card). Instead I used several of the papers to create this album and tags. My eldest son reckons I always have trouble creating "manly" cards and this album just proves it as I have gone for all the more "girly" papers! I love this kit though and will definitely be using this on cards in the future.

The flowers on the cover were made using one of the kit papers and the Tim Holtz/Sizzix Tattered Florals die. The lace effect was cut from a scrap of tablecloth I picked up in a sale and the skeleton leaves and brads are from my stash. The idea for the album came from Susan Lui (http://luv2scrap-pages.blogspot.co.uk ).
Date: Sun July 15, 2012 Views: 42
Dimensions: 600 x 600
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Keywords: One in million, Album, hybrid
Additional Categories: SnickerdoodleDesigns, Hybrid Classes & Projects
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ceefl0wer
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Registered: June 2011
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Thu August 9, 2012 08:57

I love looking at your gorgeous hybrid projects, a cyber friend once sent me one of these, the time and effort you must put into making these is incredible

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Lynn

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Registered: July 2007
Location: Shropshire, UK
Posts: 1,090
Sat August 11, 2012 06:47

Well, yes, they do take a long time to make but I actually find it so relaxing, it makes a definite change from number crunching, which is what I do most of the time

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