A Gorgeous Memory Book designed by Niharika Gupta

Hi Friends,

Before i get to my project, I would like to tell you that I just cannot have enough papers from Bob n Betty ever… They are actually addictive you know.. The new designs are beautiful but you cannot stop using the old ones as well….they are so so pretty!

I am here to share one more mini album with you all using one of my favorite collections of papers from Bob n Betty, The Good Old Times.

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My project this week is inspired by the life’s little moments. Sometimes even though you are having a good time, you can’t stop thinking about how much you miss the old times. The new project which is a mini memory album will let you look back at life and think about the good old days you have spent with your friends and family. To bring it to reality, I used the beautiful pattern paper compilation from Bob n Betty, The Good Old Times, as they suited my thought to the core.

This is a simple yet elegant 6/6/3″ Mini album with few flaps which open up & down and I loved the way it turned out.

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Let me tell u something about the cover page now. While making this project, i realized, all the colors are just colors but purple seems to have a soul – when you look at it, it just looks back at you. That is why I chose the purple to be on the cover. I have used the Persian Motifs stamp from Altenew to make these beautiful flowers & I have fussy cut them & then layered them together to give a 3d effect. Along with these stamped flowers I have used the flowers from the same paper and layered them over the printed ones.. it just enhanced the look of the entire cover.

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These papers are so colorful, with bright printed objects that I hardly had to use extra embellishments from my stash.

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I loved making this mini album & as ever and I am really grateful that u decided to stop by.

I really wish there was a way to know you are in the good old days before you have actually left them. But, the memory books are the best way to keep those memories alive. I hope you find this inspiring.

Happy Crafting
Niharika

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