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Pretty Paper Studio Blog Hop + Awesome Prize!

Hello all,

There couldn't be a better way to end this awesome month of October. Today we are doing a blog hop at the Pretty Paper Studio and believe me you wouldn't be a bit disappointed hopping because the design team projects this month were awesome.

This month I focussed on making a mini album with hinge binding and even though it was very tedious to capture the whole process on camera and make a video, I sure did have fun. I loved how it turned out.



You can find the complete video tutorial links at the end of this post. The video description also has the complete supply list.

So, how does this Blog Hop work? Grab a cup of coffee as this is going to take some time. visit every link given below, leave a comment on each post/video, like each of the videos, and leave a comment on the blog hop post at PPS blog telling us how you are feeling after seeing all those projects. Do not forget to leave a comment everywhere!

The next step is to Like us on our Facebook Page, Follow us on Instagram, Follow us on Twitter, Follow us on Pinterest and lastly Subscribe to our YouTube channel. The links to all these are provided in the blog hop order below. Once you are done, simply leave a comment on the blog hop post at PPS blog again to let us know that you are friends with Pretty Paper Studio everywhere.

Tired? Don't be. The prize is worth all the effort. Just follow all the instructions to stand a chance to win.



Blog Hop ends on November 3rd, 2015 and a winner will be announced here on November 5th, 2015.


Ok then, hop on!

Boxes in a Box Video
My Scrapbox: Designs by Donna Espiritu
Prisma Watercolor Pencils and Heartfelt Creations Stamp Video 
BK's Creative Corner by BK Bipasha
Infinite Emotions The Blog by Nikita Azad
Hinge Binding for Mini Album Video 
Lightbox Creative Ideas by Pooja Parate
Mini Album Interactive Pages Video
Handmade with Love by Ujjwal Gupta 
Pretty Paper Studio Blog Hop
Pretty Paper Studio Facebook
Pretty Paper Studio Instagram
Pretty Paper Studio Twitter
Pretty Paper Studio Pinterest 
Pretty Paper Studio YouTube

Comments

  1. Great work ujjwal. Have seen the videos and loved it. Tried making that too but failed.... Shall take more inspiration from you.

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  2. Thankyou so much for the Video Tutorials!!! I am surely inspired to try it!!! Pratyusha Venugopal

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  3. Thanks much for the well explained tute for mini album and hinge binding! Its lovely!

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  4. I am already seen this awesome album cover at my FB, creative and inspiring, love the papers, wonderful work Ujjawal! Love it!

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  5. Lovelyyyy. the book is adorable.
    Saleha kashif/.

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  6. Beautiful mini album!! Love all the embellishments you have used.
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  7. Love this cute Mini Album! The papers are so beautiful and the embellishments made it more pretty! Precious!

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  8. The album looks so beautiful...And thanks for very detailed tutorial Ujjwal..

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  9. You're beautiful album, makes me want to try to make a mini album :)

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  10. THANKS FOR SHARING !GOOD WORK!

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  11. Ujjwal,thanks for the two part tutorial, very informative and explained beaaautifully. I think I will need to refer to this again and again !!

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