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Final Christmas Mini Album Up-Close Part 5

Finally, here is the last of my mini album cards to share. I hope you have enjoyed the last several days of up-close views. This card was a challenge to create for my husband. I am good at making cards for women but male cards are so hard.  So, I was pleased with how this turned out. He really loved it and that made me happy. Whew!

Thanks for stopping by this week and hope to see you around again!

Supplies: My Mind's Eye paper and die cuts, red leaves from Michaels, red garland, red vellum paper, K & Co. chipboard stickers

Ok, here we gooooooo...







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  1. I am so glad I found your blog. Your cards are amazing!

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  2. HI Kelly, I just went through all of your minis. They are just so special and so detailed. I can see the love and the time that went into making each one. You have auch a unique style for the minis and I am SURE they will be treasured by the recipients! BEAUTIFUL WORK!

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  3. I love it! I think this is a great way to complete themed albums. Very cute. TFS!

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  4. this is adorable and you so rocked the mini.

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  5. This is great! Perfect for a man, I'm sure your husband loved it :)

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  6. Very nice, I love all of the mini album cards you created! Thanks for sharing :)

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