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♥ CT Inspiration ♥

Since I got back from London I've been super
busy trying to arrange everything from our
big move to collab kits at MLAS and just
trying to catch up on everything.
Not to mention we've all been sick.
BUT finally I will take some time off from
my more than busy everyday schedule
to bring you these amazing projects by
super talanted CT members!
Sorry you had to wait for so long girls! ♥

First up is a beautiful creative and fun
minibook by CT cutiepie Petra.
She used the Vintage Chic kit to scrap her
wedding photos. I love how she made all the
pages into different sizes and shapes, it really
gives the book an original and interesting look.

Be sure to click the photos for better quality
and a bigger view of all the gorgeous details

Petra also made this gorgeous digi layout with more of
her wedding photos. I love the black and white
with the soft pink shades and the red heart ♥

I also want to share this out of the box project by
new CT Cutiepie Dalis! She is a hybrid scrapper who
makes fantastic projects just look at this one:

Be sure to check out her blog for more
amazing fun hybrid and digi projects!

Thanks girls for all your hard work!


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