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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

What I have been doing. . .

I am working on 2 scrapbooks for a client and I thought I would post a few of the page layouts I have completed. If anyone out there would like a scrapbook, but doesn't have the time or feel like they have the skills. . . hire me to make them for you!! I am going to start on online store on the ETSY website selling crafts, personalized pet items, vinyl and scrap booking. I will also be selling other things I make as I get to them. I am in the process of putting together decorative medical face masks. . . watch for them soon.

Anyway~ Here are a few of my newest page layouts.





*Note: Some of these are not completed. . . .some still need Titles added~

I will also be selling individual pages . . . .so if there is one you like let me know. My pages sell for $12-$15 each. *If I do an entire album I can give you a deal. :) I don't think I have made a single duplicate of any of my designs. . . maybe similar layouts, but each one is always 100% unique.


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1 comment:

Denise Fahr said...

Great layouts Jamie! I have a room in my basement dedicated to crafts and many of the items are either for scrapbooking or rubber stamping. Good luck with your ESTY website. I'll be sure to check it out!

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