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    how cute is that??? whowouldathought?? amazing how you just throw these things it!

    Sarah M.

    Oh my goodness I NEED to make one of these!!! Baby #2 is due in March so I have plenty of time to make one. Plus it gives me an excuse to go to Target. :)


    Found this via a link form Ali Edwards on Facebook. I truly love this idea and am tucking it away for future use. Best wishes to you for a safe and healthy delivery.


    You are so talented. Beautiful!

    I am thinking that this would be a great shower gift.

    amy tangerine



    So cute! I have a question: I can't see the staple where the tag is attached to the elastic on the front. Is that because you put the sticker over the staple or because you hadn't stapled it yet in that picture?

    I put a similar tag on the cover of my December Daily, but I can't get it to stay (currently adhered with glue dots) and I'm wondering whether or not I would like the look of a staple, so I'm curious how you made it work.

    Katie Pegher

    @ cia :: Yes - I stapled the metal rimmed tag to the elastic band and then pasted the "hello" tag (punched with a 1 1/4" punch from cardstock) down on it with some tape runner adhesive.

    I've used this method on several of these 4x6 albums and haven't encountered a problem with people taking it on and off and on... It stays put.


    thanks so much for your response, I appreciate it!


    What a super adorable little album- and congrats on your arrival, she is so beautiful!


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