Celebrate Mini Album for Social Stamping Blog hop

I created this mini- album as an order for a friend to give to her relative for a graduation but I have never written about it so I thought I would share it in this theme of Celebrations. It uses lots of retired products including Memories and More cards and stamp sets. 
The concertina card is a common style of card I make for big occasions and lots of people to sign. 
The tin was from a collection of post it notes that I found at Spotlight and purchased from the sale bin - not for the post it notes but for the container!



If you hold the ribbon loop and pull it up you get the concertina to open.








The base card is glued into the tin....So you have to be a bit creative with book supports etc when you sign the individual pages, but it adds to the fun!
Thanks for taking the time to look at my project. 

Be sure and hop all the way around the bloghop to see 
everyone's great projects for the celebration theme. Thanks again to Kelly for all her hard work organising this means of sharing.
If you get lost you can link back to Kelly here to see the full list of participants.

Next this week is the very talented Nicole from WA, I love her bright creative style.
And I hope you have something to celebrate in your corner of the world this week.

I hope you have a creative week and remember, 
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"
cheers, Liz


Comments

  1. Wow! What a great gift/card for someone who has graduated. It looks great. I'm sure they will love it. I great way to celebrate.

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  2. Wow!!! This is amazing! So glad you dug into the archives and shared! Kelly x

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  3. This is a wonderful project - I bet it will be cherished forever. Chantell

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  4. Oh yay, this is such a fabulous idea and perfect to celebrate special occasions-great job!

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  5. Wow what a brilliant way to share a celebration! This is awesome! Love love love your choice of stamps and images for such a wonderful milestone.

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