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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Summer Documented Mini

Hello Crafters,
Have you heard of Elles Studio? If not you NEED to head on over there. Well, wait, not this minute finish this post first :) Elles Studio has many digital products but also sell hybrid stuff too. You can order the stuff and have it snail mailed to you or you can order the digital/hybrid stuff and print it yourself at http://www.jessicasprague.com/. That is what I do so that I can print it off as many times as I like.

I am an avid stalker of Sheri from http://auntierere.blogspot.com/  She is one of the designers for Elles Studio and when I saw how she used the 'Summer Documented' kit I purchased it right away however, it then sat on my computer for months while my Cricut obsession wore on. It was just recently I decided to print all those great digital/hybrid products I purchased over the last few months (when my Cricut was MIA, see past posts if you are a newer follower). Then I totally scrap lifted her idea. Here is the link to her original Summer Documented mini

Below are the pictures (I finally took) of the pages of my mini. Beware there are a ton because I wanted you to be able to see each page spread plus a closer look at each page to see the elements.
Enjoy!
Tara

































6 comments:

Sheri Twing said...

Tara, I absolutely love your Summer Documented Mini! You did an amazing job on it! Aren't they just so fun? Elle would be proud! Thanks for sharing it!

Summer said...

Amazing mini, it is just beautiful!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Such a great mini!!

Rhonda Emery said...

very pretty. great job. thank you for visiting my blog. hugs

Kate said...

Oh WOW!! This is fabulous, Tara!! It turned out wonderfully and you must be delighted! I especially like the Canadian page.
(BTW, I got a chuckle out of your comment on FCCB about using only your patience while using vinyl. I think I would get too frustrated trying to do that! Where do you buy your vinyl? I find it so expensive here!)

Staying Crafty said...

Wow! This is really gorgeous!