Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Here are some FUN & FAST mini Scrapbook BRAG BOOKS, I designed, using ( re-inventing) those cheapy, bland ones you get from Walmart, etc, with the "sleeves" for pics. I have never done a "tute" before...but, if I get enough response from this post, I will try my hand at it....please post a comment if you are interested.
These make GREAT gifts...I have taken TONS of orders for the Christmas season...They can be customized...( One order is going to a soldier DAD, stationed in IRAQ...with pics of his family, so he can carry them in his pocket).
Portable and compact.
Thanks for looking!
Blessings, Debbie
PS.....I still havent heard from my BLOG CANDY WINNER..
STEPHANIE in SC.....PLEASE CONTACT ME , with your snail mail address, so I can get your box 'o goodies to you!!!


Sandy said...

Cuuuuute little books!! I just made some lil books myself, but I'm wishing I'd made yours---mine had too many pages (lol). And if the winner won't send you her addy, erm, you can always send it to her c/o ME...lol!!! :)

tammy b said...

count me as interested

Flossie's Follies said...

these came out great, what a wonderful way to "kick up" these books and they would make such wonderful gifts. Guess you get to keep the goodies.

Shannon McGann said...

What a great idea! I'd love to see how you made them!

Paula said...

count me as another who would like the tute. I love lil books, they make fast and cute gifts. I like your crystal lite cans from the other post, too, BTW

Stephanie Earls said...

Hey, I sent you an email with my snail mail addy. Did you not get it?
I will email again I suppose! I do want my goodies. Oh I do, I do, I do!

crafty al said...


I just saw the nice comment you left on my blog about my SheetLoad of cards and wanted to come "visit" you as well. :)

I am loving the little photo books and will be adding your blog to my stalking list.


Summer said...

These are adorable! I would love to learn how to do this! Great idea!

Shannon said...

Hi! I found your blog through tipjunkie.com and I am so glad that I did! I am a novice crafter and I love (and need) all of your inspirational ideas. I would love to know how you did these.