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Precious You

Good Morning.
I wanted to show everyone a few more pages in the journal I've been working on for the past couple
weeks (that is now in route to the recipient).  

In the pages I am showing you today, I used a couple special items from Pinque Peacock products.  

One thing I really like about PP products is that each item is made with care and attention...and 
that is exactly what my friend needs.  I wanted to make sure each and every page in this journal was
very precious.

I sure do hope you like my project...I'll be tickled when she gets in the mail...

Here's a showcase of the pages where I used PP pins and buttons!

You can see other pages on this post HERE.

And here's a few pages I've not yet shown:


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Rebecca the book is just amazing!! You're friend is 1 lucky girl!!!
Pinquette Shelley
Donna K said…
Oh my gosh, Rebecca... so happy I popped on over here to see the rest of the story on this mini. It's gorgeous, just gorgeous girl!! Your friend is going to be so tickled to receive this treasure.

Happy Weekend!
~Donna K
SusieScrapper said…
This is such a beautiful mini and your friend is going to just love it!

An'Jenic G. said…
Rebecca this is a beautiful journal. I love the colors. I know your friend will love this. And I love the stamping. Just so pretty. TFS AJ-

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