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Happy Thursday to everyone and welcome to day 5 of the WOW! Love and Valentines Blog Hop! This is our very first week long blog hop and we are very excited you have stopped by. If you are visiting for the first time this week be sure to go back and check out the amazing projects created by some of my fellow DT members from the first four days.

For today's post I am going to share with you a sneak peak at a mini album I created for the hop! A few weeks ago I was given this amazing heart shaped mini album that has pages made from canvas, acrylic, and chipboard. I thought it was one of the neatest mini albums I had seen and couldn't wait to work with it. I decided to use it to create a second wedding album.

In the album I used Bright White, Whirly Pop, Pepper, Gold Rich, and Gold Rich Metallic High embossing powders. I also used the Brocade Background and Gratitude stamp sets.


If you want to see the full album be sure to visit my blog.

Don't forget to come back Friday to see a sneak by Jen Deal and our Team Post.  And before you leave today be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win an awesome prize! Winners will be announced on Saturday, February 18th.

Sherrie!

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  1. Beautiful album! Great embossing and glitter! TFS

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  2. Looks great, now I know why they named It WOW, because thats what I said when I saw this. Wow, nice job.

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  3. Love this Sherrie! Can't wait to see it in person!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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