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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Back To School Blog Hop!

Thanks for taking the time to stop at my blog! I'm so excited, as this is my first time in having a blog on a hop. I'll try not to ramble too much, as there are many stops to go. I'd like to take a moment to thank Sarah over at Pink Cricut, for inviting me to participate! Thanks so much, and I'm looking forward to doing this again! You should have arrived here from her blog, if not, please make sure to check it out!

This blog hop runs from Saturday 8am until Sunday Night at 11:30pm

Be sure to leave a comment, letting me know that you were here (and I LOVE comments!) Plus, as the end of this hop, everyone that comments will be entered to win the New Cricut Cartridge, HAPPY HAUNTINGS, from Memory Miser, who is the Sponsor of this Hop! And Tangee over at Kricut Krazy will be giving away Cindy Loo, donated by ScrappySales.

This has been a crazy week as between work and trying to work on my project, it's been a wonder I've gotten much sleep. This was a challenge for me, as I don't really have any back to school type pictures, and with Lilly being with her father, well, he's not always good about remembering to bring the camera places. However, I know that they have school pictures and "First day of School" and such, and she likes to color and draw, so she can always do that to fill this book up.

For this hop, I did a mini book. The overall size is 10x10. I wanted to do something unique that I haven't done before, so me and my Bind it All got to know eachother a little bit, as we did a few runs cause I've never done more than one set of holes before. After checking out some online tutorials on how to line up the punches, I still think I did it wrong :) But it opens, closes and looks alright, so that's all I'm worried about.

Cartridges Used::
Locker Talk
Designer's Calendar
Keystone
Speaking of Fall
Paper Doll Dress Up

Most of the patterened paper is by The Paper Studio, and the solid cardstock was just random pieces in my stash.

I apologize for the bad photos, couldn't find my camera so used my phone, and the lighting in my place is horrible!

The book is made with Matboard, and I cut the windows out on my cricut. All lettering was done with Cricut Keystone. The bus and the 2nd Grade were cut from Locker Talk. Faces from Paper Doll Dress Up.

Here is the front of the book
Close up of the front.. Stamps used are Peachy Keen
Open both sides.. Apple cut from Locker Talk

Turn the left page open, all photo mats accomedate standard photos.. the larger one is for her yearbook picture. Apple on Left page cut from Locker Talk

Turn the right page.. Here she can write about her first day.. Lettering from Keystone

Turn the left page.. and a spot to write about what she likes about school. Lettering from Keystone

Turn the right page.. The book fully open. Lettering on Left is from Keystone. Calendar and September cut from Designers Calendar. Apple and Scissors from Locker Talk, Leaves from Speaking of Fall.


Close up of the calendar. While doing this I realized I don't have a small number stamp set, so I handwrote the dates in
Thanks so much for looking! Your next stop on the hop is Cheryl at Nana's Creative Corner
Blogs on the hop:: - Please be sure to stop at each one!
Sarah at Pink Cricut
YOU ARE HERE---->Amanda at Cricut Creations
Cheryl at Nana's Creative Corner
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Coachfans said...

Super cute school album. Lots of work went into this project and any parent would love to use it to keep track of all their child's memories. Great job!

Georgiana
http://carsonscricutcreations.blogspot.com/

RAP said...

What a cute book! Lily will appreciate it and feel special. Maybe you could include some pictures that aren't actually taken in school or maybe she could give you some her school projects and you scan or photograph them and include them. There are always way too many of those to keep them all.

Dawn said...

What a great book, love all the interactive pages, lots of info in a compact book. Wonderful job!

simplybren said...

Really love this. I thnik I may really "need" a bind it all. thanks for sharing!
simplybren at hotmail dot com

Liza Henderson said...

I love this book! How creative you were for opening back and forth. I have never seen that!! I love it!

Thanks for sharing.

Liza
lizahenderson814@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

How fun is that... Love it... my daughter is going into 2nd grade she would be crazy over this!!

kousley@comcast.net

Indira said...

Cute, cute, cute. It`s lovely.

Indira

- - Sheryl - - said...

Your project is adorable - I love the little faces through the window! Great idea.

craft dreams said...

So super cute. Want something similar for my grandson!!!
mcaballerobrito@hotmail.com

Carrie said...

Super cute mini book! What a great idea! I love that you not only have a calendar, but great places to journal.

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

So very cool! I love how it opens!

Stacey
staceyscreativecorner.blogspot.com

Penny Sy said...

Oh my gosh, I love the idea of the calender page. And opening up from both sides. You guys are just too good, make my attempts at crafting seem so plain, but you inspire us with all your great ideas. Keep up the good work. Am loving this blog hop.
Thansk, Penny

anita cannon said...

This is such a great idea. You did a beautiful job. Thanks for sharing.

Carri said...

That is absolutely adorable! Love it and LOVE the BTS blog hop!

peanut8730 said...

This is great, I love my BIA. I will have to come back and look at this a little longer and maybe borrow the idea.

Thanks,
Leigh Ann

peanut8730 said...

Love this album and I love my BIA. This is a great idea, thanks for sharing.
Leigh Ann

Jamie said...

This book is a great idea! I love how it opens from both sides

Jamie F
bamiester @ gmail.com
jamieisacraftymomma.blogspot.com

Lawyers Scrap Too! said...

Great project. I love the design; I may have to turn to my bind it all today.

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

OMGosh I am the first to leave a comment whoo hoo..
Love the detail in your book they are amazing...
Also love your how you used a calender too

The Scrapbooking Queen
http://thescrapbookingqueen1.blogspot.com/

Crystal said...

Super cute album.....great hopping!!!

L.B. said...

Okay it opens in the middle!!! That is so great. My daughter starts kindergarden next eyar..I am storig all these amazing ideas.

Cathy Gill said...

How fun! Nice way to highlight the year!

Robin said...

Love this book. Even thought I don't have any little ones it can be used for other things. Thanks for sharing it.

Amanda said...

This is so creative! I love everything about it :)

Brenda said...

I love, love, love this idea. Your book looks fabulous. I am so excited for you on your first blog hop. Awesome.

Burffrau @ aol dot com
Http://createbyburffrau.blogspot.com

Tara said...

I love this little book! A baby book for my BIG baby :) Thanks so much for sharing, Amanda. ~Tara

buglvr2010 said...

I love your book! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

The mini album is such a cute idea.You did a great job!

Denise

morenosna@aol.com

Anonymous said...

This is AWESOME! I have picked up Designer's Calendar several times and then put it back, now I will have a reason to go ahead and just buy it.

Lorie said...

WOW! Amanda this is amazing! What a great project! This blog hop is promising to be every bit as wonderful as the crafty things I've seen so far!!!! Thanks for sharing!!

Adrian said...

That book is so cute! U did a great job!

Andrea said...

This came out great. Thanks for the inspiration. This is such a great way for me to visit new blogs.

Micia said...

Very cute! You did a really good job :) Its perfect for back to school

~Amarilis~ said...

This is a very cute. I am going to have to give this one a try.

Patty Krause said...

I love the calendar cartridge...

RobinDiane said...

Awesome mini book! love how the pages open! Thanks for sharing.

The Scrapping Seahorse said...

Very Cute, great idea. Love the kids in the bus window.

Judy said...

What a wonderful idea to remember a new school year. Love how you made it.

Ashleigh said...

very very cute. I love it thanks for sharing

aecopenhaver@gmail.com

craftymom205 said...

Great idea. Love the album.

The Cropping Canuck said...

I like the album. I like that you included the September calendar. Great idea.

Cricut Me That said...

Yay, I'm your first comment:) Glad you joined Sarah in the blog hop! You did a fabulous job!!! I love the book and the alternating pages was a great idea!! And your pictures are not bad, they look good for a cell phone:)

~abbie over at cricut me that

Evinadas said...

Nice project. Thanks for sharing.
evinadas@yahoo.com

MeMe said...

Such a cute book. Thanks.

Ryansmaama said...

Love this idea. Thanks for sharing.--Ryansmaama
gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

Celeste B. said...

WOW!!!! You are super creative!!!! I absolutely love the idea! TFS!!!

Amanda Finamore said...

Very Cute!!! I am wanting a bind it all soooo bad so many things you can make with it. TFS

bellascraftycreations@blogspot.com

The Creative Mind of Melia said...

that is a great album... better than the ones you can buy premade... I LOVE IT

Melia
wifey7799@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Amanada what an incredible album, the details are amazing, great job your daughter will sure to love it.
Cathy
seashore@telus.net

Shannon said...

Cute book for back to school. I'm really excited to peruse your blog!

Lisha said...

Amanda that is just to cute

Teach4U said...

This book is adorable. It is a great keepsake for the upcoming school year.

Teach4u39 at yahoo dot com

Scrappin' Sista said...

I can't believe that I'm first. This is a great idea. I spent tons of money on book like this growing up. Now I can make one for my kids. Thanks for sharing.

Christel
christel@majesticdesigns.net

Sassy said...

What a cute idea! If my kids were younger and just starting school I would definitely use this idea.

Jacqui said...

I love how the book opens up on both sides. Great work.

Kelly Rae said...

Wow! The first to comment and that is a first for ME! Very cute album and I cannot wait to show this to my mom! Thanks for the ideas! Kelly

LaTonya said...

Great Idea! I would love to know what size is the paper that you used to make the mini book 10x10 and also I am thinking about buying a binder. What kind do you recommend?

Brook said...

What a cute idea. Love this little book. I could see doing this for each school year...great way to save keepsakes and memories. Thanks for sharing.

brookstenjem@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

This project is great and very inventive. I would never have thought of it....thanks for sharing.

patriciafife@yahoo.com

Kreative Krafts said...

WOW!! You did a fantastic job!! Very nice work! I am now a follower!
Kim

Proudmoms said...

This is so sweet. A lot of thought I can see went into making it. The kicker is the kids faces peeking out the windows. What a hoot.

More Than Favors said...

WOW this is pretty impressive! Thanks for the chance to win ans thanks for Sharing!

Hugs, Paula

More Than Favors said...

WOW this is pretty impressive! Thanks for the chance to win ans thanks for Sharing!

Hugs, Paula

Lisa said...

This mini is SO CUTE! I love the double binding - I have never made something like this and might just have to give it a try!

More Than Favors said...

WOW this is pretty impressive! Thanks for the chance to win ans thanks for Sharing!

Hugs, Paula

Luv-To-Scrap said...

What a great idea, my granddaughter is starting
Kindergarted this year. thanks for idea. I guess i will
have to get a binder all.

maryleefrostatblogspotdotcom

crazyaboutcricut said...

Wow! I totally love this. What great ideas for the journaling. I'm totally trying this one!

www.crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com

808Creator said...

Aloha Amanda,

Awesome work you created on your mini book!! Love it.

Mahalo,

Michelle - 808Creator.blogspot.com

Wendy said...

I love your book, I really need to get a bind it all. Thanks@ Wendy
rebatw@yahoo dot com

Mad Crafter said...

This is a really neat idea! I think it is awesome. TFS:) I was already a follower! I love your work!
~Madison at www.funkycards.blogspot.com
funkycards (at)charter(dot)net

QueenbeeX4 said...

What a beautiful mini book you made. It is amazing . Thank you for a chance to see your wonderful blog on the blog hop. I am now a follower of yours :)
*Emmy*
cricutmama2four@gmail.com

Pink Cricut said...

Very cute book!! I love it--and thanks for being on the blog hop with me!

Kristin said...

Very cute album! I am loving this blog hop so far!

Kristin208 at gmail dot com

Sheree said...

What a great idea! You could also do this for any holiday. I do not have the designer's calendar cartridge but I am going to get it now...how cute!

Cherie Scraps said...

Very cute album!
Cheriescraps.blogspot.co
Nokitten at hotmail dot com
Cherie

emspel said...

What a cute idea! This back to school blog hop makes me wish my kids were old enough to be going to school. Thanks!

nanapuddin said...

Cute mini! I love mini's! TFS!!

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to say I love this book. How creative it is.
Thanks for sharing.
Chris

CBlanch610@comcast.net

~Heidi said...

Great book! Thanks for passing on the instructions.

Glora said...

This is such a cute idea. Great job. me at glorajean dot com.

Jo said...

This is super cute ... love the center opening and the double binding!!

Jo xx
gijo109 at sbcglobal dot net

Kath said...

I think that's a cute mini book, and love the paper doll children, LOL! This is my first trip to your blog and I really like it!

Kath said...

Hmm... thought I commented. I think your little book is darling.

Adorable Annagrams said...

wow a mini book! so much detail it's awesome! i used to teach 5th grade so this reminds me of the good ol' times! thanks for the chance to win!
-anna
atang1125@gmail.com

jenblue said...

Great project! Wonderful keepsake.
qtme2003@yahoo.ca

Perfectly Unperfect Cards said...

That book is very creative :D I hope to one day be able to create something like that :D

Anne said...

What a unique idea Amanda - I like that it opens on both sides!
annekinn at yahoo dot com

Carol said...

That is an awesome project. You have some great projects on your blog that is why is subscribed. Thank you participating in the hop.

Two Scraptastic Gals said...

What a wonderful way for Lily to remember her 2nd grade year! I love the fact she can journal in it all by herself! Good Job!

Linda said...

Too cute. I think instead of giving out cartridges, you all should auction off your creations!

jennyplace2 said...

You did a amazzing job on the book...LOVE it!!!!!

jennyplace2 said...

I love your little book, I am sure the kids will really enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

Jana said...

Love the new blog look, very cute project. TFS.

disneynut4life said...

I love this so much. What a great idea. Thank you for sharing it with all of us:)

Helen said...

This is a great idea--Thanks!

craftgirl said...

I teach and have been trying to come up with some little giveaways for my parents as they come in for open house and to motivate them to go ahead and fill out all of the paperwork. What a better way than to create a keepsake they can fill in with their child.

jennydecuir said...

Very cute project! I love the windows on the cover.

Denise said...

Super cute project! Great job
:-)
Denise

Cassandra said...

I really like how you made this book. It turned out great.

Sonya said...

I love the mini school album. I love the colors you used and it will be perfect for the school year. Thanks for the chance to win!

Sonya
msc0662@yahoo.com

Cammie said...

great project. Love your blog

**Treefrog** said...

OMGosh this sure is a TON of work! I just love it and a great keepsake for the school year, Great Job! TFS
mccadesmom at gmail dot com

Anna said...

Amanda this is just adorable!!! You know this type of book was what got me into scrapping in the first place. I couldn't find a 'school' book so I said I'll scrap one...Thousands of dollars later I still have not finished the books LOL

*Star said...

Your book is so cute, I love the way it opens! Thanks for sharing and have a great day. :)

star24601 at gmail dot com

Tracy said...

Love your book its so very cute. It makes me think i need a bind it all (dont tell the dh). Thanks so much for sharing!!

Tracy
tcincinello@gmail.com

Karelj said...

What a great blog! And I love the book. I may have to go back and dig out my kids' school pics and scraplift! I'm now a follower....I have a blog, as well...check me out at karelj.blogspot.com!

BreAnn said...

I think I'm ready to try my Bind-It-All now. Thanks!

Monique Barr said...

This is just awesome. I loved it

Lolis said...

Wow! this is very creative and so unique! I love it!

Kathy said...

What a cute album and keepsake! I'm seeing more projects using the BIA, I may have to invest in one. Thanks for sharing!

kmgillon at yahoo dot com

Shanta said...

Such a neat project!!!

Cricut in Kansas said...

Thanks for Sharing! I love the journaling spots you added.

Teri A said...

This is really a cute idea. Thanks for showing us

Thanks,
Teri
teri.barefoot@gmail.com

Candace Pelfrey said...

Wow, Great job!!! Love this.

GiGi said...

This is very cute! And it doesn't matter if the pics are bad...it's the time and love you put into it that matters! :)

Ann Marie said...

Super cute Idea!!!Love it!
Yours TruLee
Ann Marie

Mrs.Debbie said...

You did some hard work on this looks very nice.
I don't know if this is the right place to enter the blog candy.

Debbie

Got2BCrafting said...

Wow.. you did a great job on this. I am sure there are a lot of hours put in to it! TFS!
Lori
http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/
tahoe_luvr at yahoo dotcom

Eileen said...

WOW love that idea. I was thinking of making a count down until school starts for my little guy who will in the first grade this coming school year. Thank you for sharing your great idea, have a great and look foward to seeing your next wonderful project.

melaniepotoka said...

I love this book!!! what a great idea. thanks for sharing!!!
melaniepotoka@yahoo.com

Holly said...

cute project! :)
Love the little windows! :)

Kricutkween.blgospot.com

Cheryl Gaffney said...

Hi! I'm mostly a card maker but this project inspires me to try my hand at scrapbooking. TFS, Cheryl (cardsbycg.blogspot.com)

Carolyn said...

Amanda, this is such cute book and I love the windows with the faces in front. tfs

Ro said...

I love your idea! What a great way to document your daughter's year at school! TFS!

Ro
littlemissfattypants at yahoo dot com

Debbie said...

this is super nice and very neat idea thanks for sharing Debbie from http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com

GreenScrapinMachine said...

Super cute book! I love how you open it! Thanks for sharing. Have a great day :)

Victoria said...

This is a great way to celebrate your daughter's 2nd grade year. Thanks for sharing the idea!

Lainey said...

Oh this is just super fabulous!! I love the calendar part of it. What a great year it will be for your DD. What a great idea on how it opens up.

Heather said...

That is a cute keepsake for a school year. I know what you mean about Dad's not being so good at that sort of thing because I don't think I have ONE back to school photo of my son who lived with his Dad all through his school years. (He's in college now and I'm not around for that either :)

mom2tayandbay said...

What a cute little book. She will love it.

Nisson Family said...

What a great album for school. Love it! TFS

Pam
pjnisson at hotmail dot com

P1x3L.F3T1SH said...

I really like this! I need to improve my journalling skills. <3

Jenny said...

Love your layouts...

GiGi said...

What a very nice mini book for back to school. Thanks so much for sharing.

GiGi

gigiact2 at bellsouth dot net

4kids4 said...

What a great project! Love how the album opens from both sides...great choices of Cricut cuts...have fun filling it up!!

readysetstamp said...

I love you scrapbook and really love how you have it opening. XOXO, Julie. :0)

Michelle said...

this is adorable! looks like alot of work though LOL!
scrappinwithmybug

Margo said...

This is so fun I love it what great memories are going to be put in it.

Anne said...

Great album to make a wonderful keepsake for years to come. I wish I was as motivated as you.

Beverly Steele said...

thank you so much for the chance to win loving your blog

Michele said...

This is a great mini book! I love how both sides open up! With my little one starting school this year, this would be a great project for me to work on! Thanks for sharing!!

Jannarama, aka Jann H Schott said...

WOW! Very nice!

Anonymous said...

Such a cute mini album, thanks for sharing!!!

lmlcreations said...

Love the album.

Claudia said...

Too too cute and such a great idea. I'll have to make one for my friends who have little ones. Thanks for sharing.

Sara said...

Very creative!

tricia said...

Cute book! Thanks for sharing.

RuthAnn W said...

Great Project..Thanks for being a part of this blog hop, love your site..Thanks for the opportunity to win the blog candy..TFS

Amy said...

Super cute!! I love the way you made it into a gatefold. Thanks for sharing!!

LindsayS said...

SO cute!!! I love the way you bound both sides. slotr04 (at) yahoo (dot) com

amr3mommy said...

What a great idea! You did an awesome job!

scrapeahappy said...

What a great project for Back to School! Good hobnob using your bind it all! I should really use mine a lot more often also!

IRW Dana said...

I love the little school bus and I so want this note book and I"m not even going back to school, but what a cute idea for all of my to do lists. THanks for the inspiration.

Wende said...

Great job. Treasured school memories will be perfect in this nice little book!

Cyndi Budhi said...

WOW.........you did an awesome job here, and what a treasure.....thank you for sharing and giving us the opportunity of winning a prize based on your talents.

Patti aka NW Lady said...

I LOVE the double binding! Such a great idea. Thanks for listing the names of the cartridges so helps to figure out what you've used. I bet my Granddaughters would love a mini album like this!

Kathy said...

whata great book....love it

Kymberlee said...

so sweet

grambojoan said...

great idea, could also make pockets so that you could put special paper in to keep :
grambojoan

Colleen said...

Wow!! I really like your Blog...so much going on here. I love the book you made. Forgot my ID passwrd!! You know me as ColleenSigurdson1 on the messageboard.

SpantastiKreations said...

WOW that's fabulous. What a great memoir.

TFS

Keep Kreating,
Erin
SpantastiKreations at yahoo dot com

Theresa99 said...

Amanda...Congrats on your FIRST Hop! And, you did a wonderful job. Lilly is going to LOVE filling this book. Hopefully, you will be able to get some great pictures for her to help her out!
I do not have the binding machine, but this makes me want one now!
GREAT JOB!!

Theresa99 :)

Jayne said...

So cute!! I love this idea! I can't wait to try it.

Peggy said...

What a wonderful Book!!! It is great.

Thank you!
Peggy

Jenny said...

Hi. This is such a cute mini book you made for your daughter. She is going to love it. I wish mini books were in style when my twins were younger. They are Juniors in High School. This would be perfect to document their Elementary School days. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us. Take care, Jenny :)

Tangee said...

WOW - that is amazing! I am so glad I joined this hop - I've started to follow you - love the blog and your creations!

Hugs,
Tangee
www.kricutkrazy.com

Carol said...

great album! TFS!

Paula said...

Very cute I keep thinking about buying a bind it all but just haven't taken the plunge

Heather said...

Cute book! TFS!
ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

Rebekah said...

cute album, very creative!

calbekah@aol.com
craftyteachermom.blogspot.com

Lori Apgar said...

What a great mini album!! Love the faces in the cover!!

Lori
scrappinmystressaway.blogspot.com

Gaby ~ Scrapabookaholic said...

What a great book!!! ..a lot of work!!! thanks for sharing!!!

Colleen said...

Cute idea!!! Thanks for sharing!

SimpleScrappin said...

I love the doubgle binding..TFS!
Hugs
Nikki
simple.scrappin at yahoo

beejay said...

Cute book, love the way it opens, TFS!

Melissa said...

that is the cutest thing I have seen...thanks for sharing...I need to get a bind it all!!!
msperry1008@yahoo.com

TraciVee said...

wow! That is the cutest! What a great idea...I'm gonna have to try that.

Melissa S said...

I love the album very cute gave me some ideas.

Anonymous said...

What a cute Idea, Thanks for sharing.
Janet
janet9347@bellsouth.net

Jennifer said...

Love the journal idea. I love the spaces to get her own thoughts down.

Connie Gail said...

Your pictures were perfect as well as your project. It looks like lots of thought and creativity went into your Back to School Project. I like the way you did you calendar page. I'll have to come back and 'scrap lift' that idea. Thanks for inviting me to you blog....:O)

Ashley A. said...

Great book!! Love the calendar :) TFS!

Ashley

uberartist at hotmail.com

Savahanna said...

What creativity and work. It looks awesome. Great job. And thanks for the idea.

Marionment said...

I love this project. This is such a neat way of documenting precious memories.

Nicole said...

OMGosh, what a fantastic book you made! Your daughter is sure to love it! I really like the calendar pages for each month, great idea!

Alex said...

super cute :) Love it :) Glad I found your blog too :)I'm a new follower :)

VeronicaA said...

What a cute mini book and a great way to preserve school memories. Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win.
Veronica
vballen@comcast.net

creative patti said...

I just love mini books! Thy are so much fun to make, great job.

scrappin_3rdeeschik said...

What a great idea. thanks so much for sharing your talent.

Christina said...

This is such a great idea and I'm sure will be a treasured album for years to come!

Christina
ascrapbooknook@rogers.com
www.ascrapbooknook.com

SweetSassyDiva said...

TFS! Time to hop skip and jump! Too cute!

http://sweetsassydiva-gspot.blogspot.com

Stephaniee said...

Super cute thanks for sharring!!

Maria Snook said...

Great book! I love how you did the spiral binding on both sides!

aremus said...

I am now a follower. I love this idea. It looks very nice.

Scrapperdee said...

What a great album! Good job!

Dawn said...

Very cute mini book! Thanks for the chance! :-)

Dawn
www.dawnsaddiction.blogspot.com

JennyKozar said...

You did a great job! Love your project - what a fun back to school project.

Sue said...

Very cute book - I really like this may have to make some for the grandchildren.

tracy4 said...

I love this gate fold minibook it is so cute.

Tracy4

mum of two said...

Love it! My son would really like this. TFS :)

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