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Friday, 12 August 2011

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Sian

And what a clever solution that is! I have a stack of layouts currently sitting stacked in a pizza box because the D Ring albums I use are just so expensive! I always have to steel myself to order a couple because I'd rather be spending the money on actual scrapbooking supplies..

Jimjams

Looking good Alexa. Glad that you have made a start - I'm sure it will be lovely once it's all together - it's certainly been a joy to share with you!

Amanda

That is such a brilliant solution. Isn't it always so much more satisfying to find ways round these things using what we have rather than having to go out and buy something new. I think it will look nicer too :)

sandie

That's a great idea, Alexa. I'll try and remember that when I was to file something and can't open the ringbinder.
Your 'Week in my Life' is looking really good. I hope you manage to catch up with the organising. It is such a relief to get something like that completed.
I hope to pop the book in the post tomorrow.

Ginger

Love how your album has come together Alexa! I mostly finished mine, just need to do a simple title page.

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