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November 23, 2008



Oh, thanks for sharing. Super cute!! I really like the "Journal" die cut and I'm a big fan too of the in colors this year. They work so well together!

laura vegas

love seeing what you're using for this years album! and even though i'm sure you'll add more goodies in ... i love how simple all these choices are. the cardstock, basic punches and dies, and stamping ... should make it easy to get the pages done without thinking too much!

and i traded my cricut away to a friend months ago ... and havn't missed it. until seeing this new cartridge ... the "graphically speaking" one. now i want a cricut again!!! lol!

Bridget =)

oh yes, i can't wait to see what you thought of twilight! I myself thought it was lame... =( i was bummed!


What a beautiful cover, Nichol!
I am loving all of your diecuts as well.
Question(s) for you...what is your best on-line source for Cuttlebug dies? I think you've posted it before but I couldn't find it (honestly, I didn't look too hard :)). Also, do you have any of the alphabet dies from Cuttlebug or are they other brands? I want a bigger alphabet and so far have only seen a couple of different ones. Oh, and one more...that funky little flair thingey (by Quikutz, I think) that you used on your Christmas Photo card page, would that work in my Cuttlebug? I would really like to stick to ONE machine but I love many of the other diecuts and such.
Thanks for sharing your album and for answering my pressing questions. HA!


Can't wait to hear your take on Twilight the movie. Took my girls to see it friday night. Only one of my girls had read the book first another on is reading it now. The one who read it was a little disappointed but liked the movie all in all. I had a little different take on it but I will share that with you later.
By the way I love your christmas journal!!!!


Is that cursive font from that cartridge or is that your handwriting?

Well . . . the Twilight movie . . . what did you think? :) I didn't hate it, which surprised me. I think I was prepared to be disappointed.


HI Nichol,
I have that cartridge too and I love it but for the life of me, I can't figure out how to do that tiny dot border. How did you make that?



Wow!!! You really inspire me both in scrapbooking and as a life mentor. We all have busy holidays with all the "must do" on our check list. However, you have reminded us of the "must share" check list of life. You are right we really do need to spend more time making memories instead of running crazy through the Christmas season. Thanks for giving us this gift this Christmas season.

I also love diecuts too. I find you use them just beautifully. Your way of working them on a page and layering, makes them lovely pieces of art. You have a true talent to making a balance of greatness.

I do not have Graphically Speaking. (wink, wink) I am sure you will have me enables by the end of the month. I do know for sure I want Wild Card. There are so many wonderful cards on this cart. I just love all the options Cricut has to offer.

Thanks for sharing.
Sandi N.


That is B.E.A.utiful. So many exciting people in the JYC class, I can't wait!


*sigh* this is perfect! I haven't even starte mine yet. I all ready bought a bunch of Xmas things for it, otherwise I would happily copy your album :)


Just beautiful! You do gorgeous work! I agree -- the jumbled up diecut IS perfect for this project. And you cover is so super cute!! I hadn't thought about doing a cover first and setting the tone ... I always do mine last & have it reflect whatever I've put inside! LOL!


Hi Nichol! I, too, am wondering how you and Robyn achieved that dot border? And -- not to be a complete copycat (but I do love your ideas!) how did you do the "journal" jumble for your title?

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