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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Baby treasure mini album

Hello,
 Well feeling so happy after winning a challenge at stampinroyalty challenges.
I am here with my new art work inspired from lulupu blog challenge-"baby- lil bit of heaven."
In the meanwhile got an order about a special gift for baby shower.
So have a look what i came up with. Its a photo heavy post so grab your coffee and enjoy it.
Sorry for bad photography but will improve on it next time.
album cover

 Treasure album cover- used a packaging box which i had as we recently shifted to new city. handmade flower without dies or pattern, acetate sheet for photo, pearl line for decoration and the angel i got it from coloring pages i had.


Page 1: sorry name got hidden behind the bow. the flowers are handmade and used golden net to make a bunch.

page 2 left
page 2 right
page 3 left
Page 2:first day special moments captured. empty space left for pics and a small pocket to insert baby pic. peacock stamp is from my recent stamp release.
page 3 right
 Page 3:details about important milestones achieved like first movement, first smile, first turn over,etc. the flower stamp is from itsy bitsy
page 4 left

page 4 right

page 5 left

page 5 right
page 6 left

page 6 right


page 7 left

close up of handmade flower

beautiful birthday poem
page 7 right


album end cover












Page4:baby"s first photo shoot. have used the beautiful frock cut out which i got as gift from itsybitsy along with my order. sunflower stamp is from my recent stamp release.












Page 5: baby's first day out in nature. its fun watching babies how keenly they observe each and every details. used stamps from technique tuesday and distress inks.







Page6: Most amazing thing baby's varied expression that bring smile on our face so why not capture it and save it for lifetime. Again the flower stamp is from my recent stamp release








Page 7: first birthday-adhered a small gate fold red paper with handmade flower and hero art stamp which i won from crafter's corner.










The peacock feather stamp is from hot off the press and have used distress ink.











Album end i attached a pic where a baby is peeping out of pearl shell. the customer wanted me to leave it blank as she wanted to write her own message and didn't  bind the album as she had some memories she wanted to insert in between.





Hope you guys enjoyed it.

entering it to
http://www.lulupu.blogspot.in/2015/08/lulupu-challenge52-baby-little-bit-of.html
http://www.ttcrd.blogspot.sg/2015/08/ttcrd-challenge-august-25-august-31.html?m=1
http://craftygirlzchallenges.blogspot.in/2015/08/challenge-5.html?m=1
http://theartisticstampercreativeteam.blogspot.in/2015/08/augusts-creative-challenge-anything-goes.html?m=1


http://simplycreatetoo.blogspot.in/2015/08/ch-93-its-special-occasion.html?m=1http://rheddscreativespirit.blogspot.in/2015/08/august-challenge.html?m=1

9 comments:

  1. Such a great way to use up your packaging...Thank you for joining in with our challenge over at Rhedd's Creative Spirit..x

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  2. Thank you so much. Happy you liked it

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  3. WOW, what a great project! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Through The Craft Room Door.
    Warm Regards, Cara
    Through The Craft Room Door {Owner}
    TTCRD Challenge Blog
    My Creative Chaos {My Personal Blog}

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  4. This is lovely! LOved all the little details added! Thanks for playing along with us at Lulupu Challenge#52. Good Luck!

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  5. Lovely, lots of work but totally worth it. Thank you for sharing with us at Simply Create Too - Myrna DT

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  6. Thanks a lot ladies. Your words mean a lot to me.

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  7. Great project and love all the details and design -love the butterflies,feathers and rose image and beautiful little verse---Thank you for joining us at Crafty Girlz
    Carol DT x

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  8. Could you please make sure the link to our challenge works please
    Carol x

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  9. Thank you carol. Yup I will update it.

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