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Craft ideas with the Ladies Diary Collection



Ladies Diary Pocket Memory Book - Graphic 45 
Well summer has finally arrived here in the UK.  Its hot and guess what were all complaining lol!!!!  how British :-)  
Anyway, if you love the Ladies Diary Paper Collection by Graphic 45 take a look at the project ideas by Diane Shady and myself over on the Graphic 45 blog today.  



There's more sneak peeks of the gorgous 12 Days of Christmas collection and projects from Dianes workshop and the winners of the latest "you've got to be in it to win it" prize draw will be announced.  Theres loads going on so just click the link below to go take a look. 


Happy crafting everyone and enjoy the sunshine :-)

Comments

  1. Absolutely darling, C! Love, love, love it. The pinky-peachy colors are gorgeous, aren't they. What a sweet book. I hope you do another online workshop again soon. I know you're enjoying your design team experience -- and we are enjoying your designs!! Hugs from across the pond! Ruth Ann :) xoxo

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  2. Just watched your 'walk through' of your gorgeous Ladies Diary album. This is so beautiful. I only have one question and perhaps it could be as a tutorial - how is the album constructed, or rather, how are the pages attached to the album cover? Thank you so much for sharing your creation. Helen

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  3. Morning Clare, Stunning project, I've just seen this fantastic album over on Graphic 45 Blog. Ladies Diary is a personal favourite of mine, so I love this album. Who am I kidding, I love every project of yours, Clare, you are my favourite designer.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  4. Hi Clare

    Also just watched you Ladies Diary video. Lovely album and the papers are gorgeous. Like Helen I'm also wondering how the album is constructed and if the pockets are a paper fold or individual pieces of paper stuck onto the background if that makes sense!

    You certainly have some lovely ideas!

    Hazel

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  5. Beautiful album - I need to make one that is as beautiful so can't wait for a tutorial on the album construction. It seems it can be made from Kraft - have you already done a tutorial somewhere for this type of album.............hmmmm. If not, can't wait to get the update.

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  6. such a pretty album Clare,love the fron cover. looking forward to August workshop in Bedworth, sorry can't make the August bank holiday one as the boys want to go away for a few days that weekend so I lose out, fingers crossed for the next one, I suppose I could send them on their own.....hmmmm better not.
    hugs x

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  7. This is gorgeous!!! I love all the little touches you have incorporated to make it beautiful without having a "heavy" feel.

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