Tuesday, January 28, 2014

City Crafter Challenge Blog Week 196 ~ Love Story

Today at City Crafter Challenge Blog


The theme is

LOVE STORY

Make a Valentine's Day project or use the word STORY on your project, I have a tiny album made all from scraps.

My aunt handed me a bunch of old photos the last time I was home, so I make this tiny album for her, everything tiny bits of paper are from scraps.













I hope you like my little mini album made from scraps

Hop over to City Crafter Challenge Blog and play along with us.

Our Guest Designer this week is lovely Tenia, her work is always fun and sweet, stop by to see it for yourself!


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Movie Night

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One of the worst movie I watch this year, I cannot understand how Jorden Belfort could glorified his despicable behavior with no remorse or any sort of emotion for the people he had hurt. His book... yikes.... his interview with Piece Morgan, and the movie, double yikes!






31 comments:

Charlene said...

What a sweet sweet album Kirsty!!!

Lynnda said...

Loving your sweet mini album Kirsty!!! I have yet to watch the movie or read the book!! It'd be interesting !! Hugs x

Elborgi said...

what a fantastic album!Your aunt will be happy!
Elma

Tieva said...

I love your album! What a wonderful way to keep memories!

Gabi

Lisette Baker said...

Adorable. Love the colours that you have chosen and the ribbons look so pretty. You have inspired me to have a go at one of these!

yyam said...

What a beautiful album for your aunty. I love how simple and pretty it is. :)

P/s: Probably not watching the movie because they censored 5 minutes of the movie here!

Irene said...

Kirsty, your album is amazing and so beautiful. What a gorgeous keepsake for your Aunty full of so many precious memories.
luv
irene
xxxx

Sylvia said...

Lovely album, Kirsty, I know your aunt will love it!Love the fresh spring colors! Have a wonderful Tuesday!

Annar Moje Pasje said...

What a beautiful album! I love colors and design... Echo Park papers as well:)Hugs:)

Ros Crawford said...

You always make the most beautiful mini albums ... this is so lovely and I'm sure your aunt will be so happy!! Great challenge!

Victoriya N said...

Kirsty. this mini album is so beautifull! I like all the sweet details!))

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love that mini!! So BEAUTIFUL! LOVING the colors and the photos!! And I am sooooooo not a Leo fan (even though he is part of Titanic... lol!!) so I know I won't see that movie :(

sandi said...

Wow! This is absolutely STUNNING! Love every single page here.....so pretty! She will love it!

Wendy AppleApricot said...

A beautiful and sweet book to hold your treasured photos. Love how you used your scraps for this project. Hugs

Glenda Atkins said...

Awesome, love the idea of the album, a great way to display ones life in a few short pages, like I said awesome!
hugs
Glenda

1CardCreator said...

Beautiful album, each and every page, so much thought into each one, I loved them all! ~Diane

Andie Miller said...

What a stunningly beautiful work of art! Your aunt will really like what you did- she probably suspected what you might do and it motivated her gift.

P.S.- I'll take your word for it on the Wolf movie. I suspected it was an excuse to glorify bad behavior and I'll make sure to skip it. Thanks for the heads up.

Stella said...

I think I recognised the papers from Echo Park Victoria's Garden; am I right? I have that paper pad; it's gorgeous. How sweet of you to create this mini album. Family pictures are priceless and you created a precious keepsake that looks elegant and chic. And also fun to have a peek at the family photos. It must be tough sometimes to live so far apart.

Your album is also a wonderful inspiration for this weeks'challenge. Love it!

Gary Rose said...

This is a beautiful mini album and a great use of scraps. I love that you have taken the time to sew your pages and how every other page is a a picture.

dawn said...

How pretty and sweet this is, she will LOVE IT!! Each page was wonderful and great colors too. I made a mini like this before too, always fun to do.

Hope your week is going well. Thank you for you visit and cant' wait to see your Project Life pages!

Tracy said...

What a treasure your aunt gave you. :-) AND what a great use for those scraps. Beautiful Kirsty! Hugs!

Davi said...

Beautiful little album, GREAT use of your scraps Kirsty! Your auntie will be delighted with her little treasure :)

alexandra s.m. said...

That is one beautiful and sweet mini book you have created there Kirsty!
I have no intention on seeing that movie and I appreciate you sharing your opinion, too many people are afraid to do so i think ;)

Sue Lelli said...

WOW! Your Aunt will LOVE this mini album! So many pretty photos and I LOVE that you used scraps! FAB project, Kirsty!

Ercotravels said...

Great idea to collect great memories!! nice album..

Audrey Pettit said...

OMGoodness Kirsty! This is the most beautiful little mini album ever! Almost makes me cry, for some reason, it is just that SWEET! Love the old photos and love the tiny shape and pretty details. One of my absolute top faves of yours!
Thanks for the tip on that movie...sounds like one to stay away from...:(

Ira Huberts said...

Oh this is so precious Kirsty... lovely family album with beautiful photos and details!
Ira’s Crea Corner

Maria said...

Gorgeous little mini album of you and family! It's a very wonderful idea to make such a memorable project...love it! And, thanks for the tips on movies. Husband and I love watching movies!

Lynette said...

I still have some of that Echo park. I love the little mini.

Joni nina Andaya said...

What a Beautiful Album! Love <3

MA-MI said...

Oh, I love your project! You inspired me for my friends presents ... two of them are turning 40 this year. Hugs, Maja