Thursday, August 30, 2007

My latest acrylic mini album...

Hi my scrappy friends,

It's late, but I had to stay up and finish my D. Reeves acrylic album (yes, scrapbooking is addictive and may even deprive you of some much-needed sleep!) from my August Cocoa Daisy kit... Kristina Contes rocks! She selected this album as one of her favorite products to include in the kit and I have had so much fun playing with it! It was pretty easy to put together and now I want another one! LOL!

This album is about Atlanta. This city has played an important part of my life during the past year. In 2006, my DH and I sold our house in Miami that we had rented and decided to invest outside of Florida. Well, after some research, he decided that Atlanta was the place to buy and so our adventure began. We have made numerous weekend trips to look at different areas, see model homes, decide on a house (or two) and eventually close and rent the homes. All that took one year! I love our houses in Atlanta and I wish we had one that pretty here in Miami! :-) Of course, in between the personal business we were taking care of, we also made time to see some of Atlanta's attractions and we've had fun in the process.

Take a look at my mini and let me know what you think!!! Here's a sneak peek, but you can see the entire album in my Scrap in Style TV gallery.



Good night and thanks for visiting my blog! I love reading your comments and being inspired by all of the talent out there.

8 comments:

Ady said...

I haven't seen the inside yet but I love it already...The cover is so cute and I can see hambly...Talk to you later...

Jeanie said...

Can't wait to see the inside!!

Anonymous said...

you're a tease, I want to see the inside pages!

Rena

Anilu Magloire said...

It tuned out perfect, Vane!! Great work. I will be lifting it for sure:)

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