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Twilight Midnight Release Part Mini Album










First, let me say that I am still having a hard time figuring out how to get my pics in my blog properly. Second, allow me to apologize for having lame carpet in the background of the 2nd photo instead of the pretty clovers. Let's just say that I got a little "delete" happy and it's been raining like I live in Forks since then. Now that that's out of the way... here is the mini album I created for my Design Team submission for Twilight Tuesday! I wanted to make this book since, like, March 22nd (the day after the movie came out for all you non-Twilighters!). So, this was the perfect time to make the book since I really needed something good for TTIC. Pam, Terry, Diana, and I had such a fantastic time, as you may be able to tell from my photos! :} And, I had the BEST time making this little book! I was Stickles-happy, used some of my favorite paper, plus a lot of other way-cool products that I love. I really am very happy with how it turned out... and I guess the girls at TTIC are too!
If you click on the images, you'll be able to view the photos larger, so that you can check out each individual page. For some reason, some of my shots are uploading sideways, and damned if I know how to fix it! I think one of my faves is the back cover. It says: "The worst movie I ever loved." At the Borders Release Party, they had a sign in board (I have no idea why.). So, all the Baby Twihards were signing "I love Rob," or "Future Mrs. Cullen," etc. So, being the outspoken person that I am... I decided to add my 2 cents. That was what I had written. I am quite sure that as soon as I walked away, the Baby Twerds cursed me and ceremoniously scratched out my comment. So, I used it on my book not only 'cause it's totally true, but the Baby Twifans can't scratch that one out! :) I know... I've lost it...
So there ya go! Enjoy my book, and make sure you visit www.twilighttuesday for the other Design Team winners, Donna and Jacquie! Oh, and don't forget to check back here for my next submission to TTIC!!!





Comments

Jacqueline said…
LOVE this book!! Every page is brilliant and perfect!! Love stickles!! And I completely agree with your saying! it fits perfect in my opinion! Love your mind dear!! hugs!
Margie said…
OME! I adore your mini!!! Absolute perfection! You can feel the fun, excitement and love!!!
TFS :*)
Jamee said…
Such an awesome book!!!

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