What Happiness Looks Like

We've had a great deal of joy in our family this year.  My son met a girl.  ;)  We have enjoyed watching this relationship!   He is serious.  She is giggly.  He is a square.  She is a circle.  He walks.  She skips.  As I've watched this relationship I've thought of one word HAPPINESS.  This is what happiness looks like.

I wanted to make a mini album that would allow ANYONE to build a book that could be filled with random pictures over a set period of time.  These mini albums are great for collections of photos, and they make perfect gifts at Christmas Time.  It seemed perfect to put together a mini album that would be called "What happiness looks like" this year.  It's a fun, happy album that can be filled with photos of any style for you to enjoy.
This album contains papers and embellishments from Jillibean Soup called Sweet and Sour Soup. I've included in this kit for you the pre-cut flowers on the front page, and DETAILED instructions on  how to make these beautiful creatures.  These flowers and tons of others just like them can be cut on the Flower Shoppe Cartridge from Cricut.  The simple use of the Petal Roller tool makes it fast and easy, and I've written it all down for you in this kit.

There are many twists and turns in this album.  I teach you how to build up our heavy weight chipboard tabbed pages and tags with chipboard strips.  Then hidden behind these pieces are a clear page that actually comes out the top of the album.  

There are fun accents like this one which accent the great designs from Jillibean Soup.  

This project starts with a Maya Road 6x6 Album, then adds The Jillibean Soup 6x6 paper pad, 12 sheets of Jillibean Soup Paper, The Jillibean Soup Pea Pod Parts, The Jillibean Soup 12x12 sticker sheet, 4 sheets of cardstock and TONS of embellishments!  When complete you will have 12 pages to add your favorite photos to!  

We're providing the goodies in this kit.  You need to provide the following supplies:Petal Roller Tool,   Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, (for adhering paper to chipboard) Beacons 3 in 1 Advanced Craft Glue, (for adhering ribbon to the project), Red ink (Tim Holtz Barn Door Ink), Ink Blending Tool (used to move ink onto raw chipboard), Stickles Glitter Glue (yellow and crystal), pop dots, Score tool or bone folder, Crop A Dile, corner rounder, paper cutter, exacto knife, scissors, pencil, wet wipes, brayer (optional).

This album can be found on our website here!
Julie Creek
Creek Bank Creations, Inc.

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