Fall 2010 Minibook – finally!

Here it is, my fall mini finally!

I used Wild Saffron paper from K&CO — just the browns & yellows, though. I repeated many of the same papers throughout & added yellow & brown textured cardstock. I LOVE this color combination, one of my favorites!

This one is thick & chunky. Love love love.

I made the cover from thick cardboard. I call these my “binder” books — I love how they look more like a real little book with an actual spine.

On some photos, I digitally ‘journaled’ on them & had them printed like that… love how they turned out!

I love the picture of Rust with Anna below… what love looks like.

If you can’t read my writing, the quote below says: “Do what you need to do, when you need to do it, so someday you can do the things you want to do when you want to do them.” Isn’t that true most of the time? There are so many things I NEED to do during the day, but if I procrastinate & skip it, when I WANT to do some things later, I find I can’t because I have my pile of “NEED-TO-DO’s” towering over me!

Yellow + brown = yum. The inside covering of this book — the yellow & cream & brown flowers — is one of my very favorite scrapbook patterns ever!

Some things I always try to include in seasonal mini’s: favorite songs that season, books I read, favorite quotes, verses from the Bible that really impacted me, favorite menus/recipes from the season.

Thanks for looking!

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5 responses to “Fall 2010 Minibook – finally!

  1. Wow – I think this is one of my favorites Lacy. You are really turning into a pro with this lil things! πŸ˜‰

  2. The way you printed the pictures out, looks really awesome. I think this is one of my favorites of yours too! πŸ™‚

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