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Mom's Album

My mom just loves all the cards I have given her since I have started. She had them all up on her kitchen counter for a few years now. So you can imagine the cards were taking over that space. She had a nice idea to put them in a photo album. We posted each card to a page with a nice floral background. So of course, I had to decorate the front of it. .

I really love how it turned out. I used some Prima flowers and leaves. The pearl and crystal swirls are from Recollections and maybe Prima. (Forgot?) The butterflies she got from Michael's floral section. Beautiful! I had a title on it but she preferred it on the inside page.

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  1. Excellent work, Kelly... as always.

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  2. Lovely blog Kelly- great start. From the pics you have shown so far, the cards you are making are beautiful!

    Cheers!

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  3. Wow, so beautiful, Kelly. Congrats on getting your blog up and going. Wish I had the computer know how. Not sure I'd have anything to blog about, however.

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  4. Kelly....
    Your blog is beautiful!! I love the colors on there!
    The album is precious and the sweet butterflies on there could not be better!!
    Welcome to the world of blogging.....you are certainly off to a GREAT start!!

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  5. I love that she keeps and displays your cards - great idea to put them in an album !

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  6. Such a nice idea.
    Soo pretty as well.

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  7. Hi Kelly!
    Love this blog! Beautiful background and interesting posts! Keep up the good work! Love the album you made!

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  8. How sweet of your mom to lovingly display all your cards for years! Great idea to put them all safely in an album for her. The cover is beautiful. Love the flowers and the bling.

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  9. Just thought Id say hello. Im in cali too. Great book

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