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    Default Thanksgiving Mini-Album made from DonJuan cart

    I had fun making this last night. I wanted to do a Thanksgiving layout, but there was too many pics, so I decided to create a mini-album. I chose the house on the DonJuan cart and cut 6 of them out at 5" each. Then punched a hole in the chimney and added a ring to make a mini-album. (that's one of my favorite things about the Cricut, you can take any shape you like and create mini-albums in minutes.)

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    "thanksgiving" cut from DonJuan

    insides:










    back cover:

    TFL, it's simple, but hey, it's done!
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    That's too cute! I love the little trees.
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    That is really neat. I agree that that is a really cool aspect of the cricut! I like that you chose houses for the album.
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    How cute!! I love it!
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    that is awesome.

    i totally didn't think about using the cricut to make mini albums. will put that in my mental references for the future
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    What a neat idea Charys! That is great work and very cute. TFS
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    Ah.... you're making me want a cricut again.

    What a delightful book!

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    How cute is that!!! Oh, please let there be a Cricut under my tree!

    I never thought about being able to cut out designs that large and use them for the scrapbook. I usually do a end of the year scrapbook for each of my students. Thanks for the great idea! Nice job
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    So neat! Love how it's a house and an album together
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    That is so creative and it came out great! I've been thinking of doing a mini-album for Carson's first Christmas that he can pull out of his baby book, since there is so much I want to scrap.
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