We've had our youngest home from school Thursday and Friday, so I haven't been as consistent with my posts as I usually am. Sorry for that. But I am SO very grateful for this career I have that allows me to be able to be at home for my kiddos when they get sick. Look at this little guy...can you tell what his illness is?
He wasn't excited about getting the eye drops. :( But the Goldfish crackers were a hit!
Thankfully I had some creativity time earlier in the week. And I put together a couple fun holiday albums.
The inside pages flip, because they are die-cut with the Circle Card Thinit die.
I am going to hold a class in December for building these albums. If you live near me, be sure to register! If you can't attend and you want to make one, then check out the product list below and gather up the supplies you need. Then mid December, soon after my class is held, I will post directions for making it!
This album (shown below) was created by Jenni Pauli, a demonstrator from Germany. I received this fabulous album that inspired my designs above as a swap on the international Stampin' Up! incentive trip this past Spring. Thank you, Jenni!
I guarantee these albums (with a few added photos and a bit of journaling) will make fabulous gifts for loved ones this holiday season! If you love the idea of this interactive booklet, be sure to check out my other mini album made with the Circle Card Thinlit die.
P. S. The ever-popular Online Extravaganza begins Monday!