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Bitty Book for a Baby Girl Redux!

I was checking back through my blog posts (there have been alot more of them, aren't you proud of me?!), and realized that I did not show you the inside of the Bitty Book jacket I showed you last week:GEDC3294
Remember this cute project? Well, I gave this to my downline, Linda, at our "Yes Ma'am's" Technique Class last Saturday night. The reason I couldn't show you the inside book is because of this:
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I had to keep a secret, ya know?!! I used the Naturally Serif Alphabet die strip with my Big Shot, as well as the flowers are from the Baskets & Blooms Bigz XL Die (which is exclusive to Stampin' Up!). You can find these dies, which are also compatible with just about any other die-cutting machine on the market (except the Original Sizzix) in the Holiday MIni. Linda loved her book, and I have more books on the creative drawing table, so be on the lookout! BTW, in case you missed it, the book and jacket both use the Georgia Peach Designer Series Paper. You can own 6x6 samples of this and all the other Designer Series Papers when you join my Designer Series Paper Club! See my October Newsletter for details. If you did not receive my October Newsletter, email me to receive a copy. I hope to post all of my Clubs here on my blog in the near future, but until then, check out the newsletter!

Here's a view of the first page of this Bitty book:
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Another of my downline, Jan, made this awesome 2-page "spread" (although the pages are about 3 1/4" square, adorably cute!) to go in Linda's book! Linda's granddaughter is due any minute, so we gave it to her just in time!

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