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October 19, 2013


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Ruth G

So many good idea! I absolutely love how you did the dates with the Bingo cards and the arrow stamp! <3<3<3!!!
I can totally relate to needing to keep delicate items safe in page protectors! They won't be much fun if they get mangled!
Thanks so much for sharing!

Julie Tucker-Wolek

I loveeeeeeee your 2012 cover! That gold is fabulous!! And loving your new album!! I love love love the colors!!!

tammy b

using the bingo cards for the date.....brilliant! so stealing that. off to find the perfect stamp to highlight the date!

Nita K.

Wow! I love your albums. The gold one is pretty and I am really digging the chalkboard look of this year's

Kathy P

Oh, another awesome journal for the holidays! Love this one too.....I am going to have to go back and look at all of them all over again to finalize my ideas for my own journal, which will be my very first!!! Thanks for sharing this beauty!


Awesome album! The gold accents make it so festive!


Are the words "be merry" die-cuts or stickers? Where can i find them, please? Thanks!


hi nonie!
the "be merry" on the cover is cut with my silhouette. the font is arsenale white. it's currently my favorite font. :)


Sara Blair

Miss Alissa-Always inspired by your creations! You are just brillant! Can't wait to follow along and see this gorgeous book get filled up!

JoAnn H

Love your ideas and must pick up Christmas snap set

Linda Nicholson

I was so excited to see your post because I also have done a chalkboard look for my album. I wasn't sure what to do with the chipboard dividers, but will pick up some chalkboard spray paint and do something similar to what you did. Love your over all color scheme and all the chalkboard accents contained inside.

Would love some constructive criticism on my cover. Not sure as to whether to leave as is or maybe embellish a little further (I'm having a hard time covering up my embossed snowflakes).



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