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Inspired Retreat Project

Get a cuppa there are loads of pictures for this one. Here we are with the third project from the retreat last weekend, I can't believe that a week ago I was all excited and packed. Who stole my week? This project ha to be one of my favourites, it's a circular box with three mini albums inside it. Yes we made it all! This was not a quick project and definalty not shop bought and just covered. We used the lovely Cosmo Cricket papers, Material Girl. Yummy! This class was taught by Lida de Whitte, sorry I can't link to her because I can't find her blog.

Comments

Janette said…
Oh I love this so much,it's just fab and would make a gorgeous gift,any chance of a tutorial on it....x
Linby said…
LOVE this so much - I've just ordered the material girl stuff myself. That heart you posted yesterday was so cute too. Hope they have another one soon.
Linbyx
Anonymous said…
Hi Kathy,
Well I found your blog! Well done you for finishing so much, so far I've just about managed a paper flower and lots of stash stroking!
Hope to see you at a future retreat.
Alex

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