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Upcycled Book Mini Album & Giveaway!

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My friends are the best – they always text me before throwing anything away, just in case I can craft with it. lol

One of my best friends dropped off her old (VERY OLD) copy of What Do People Do All Day by Richard Scarry. I normally hate to cut up books, but in this case, I was happy to save it from being thrown away.

Using a 6×6 chipboard album from Bo Bunny and a little Mod Podge, I was able to create this darling, nostalgic mini album!

Full tutorial here:

I’m also having a giveaway for this darling album this week. Winner will be selected from my Bella Stitchery Facebook page on Friday, May 1, 2020. To enter, simply comment and tag a friend on the post:

https://www.facebook.com/BellaStitchery

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Thank you so much for visiting today and for being a part of my crafting community.

Hope you’ve been inspired to see your old books in a new way! xoxo

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Bo Bunny Genevieve Collection

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When I found this Bo Bunny collection that had my name as the collection title, I just had to pick it up! I love the French country look of this yellow and blue paper pad:

https://amzn.to/2Imy47l

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I used lots of yellow/blue/white flowers from 49 and Market. I love their flowers, since many of them come with greenery as well.

https://amzn.to/2I7W1zZ

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I love working with collection pads when making scrapbook layouts and cards because I know I’ll have lots of coordinating papers to choose from, making craft time super efficient!  🙂

I have these, along with lots of other premade scrapbook pages, available in my eBay shop.

Please let me know if there are other collections or products you’d like to see highlighted in future blog posts. Thanks so much for stopping by!