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Dear Santa, I've Been Good....



This Dear Santa Memento Book can be used to keep the photos and journaling of a child's (grandchild's) holiday excitement as he or she opens the gifts.  On the first page of the book the child's name and wishlist can be written in the form of a letter to Santa with the Dear Santa Embossing Folder from Altered Pages.  The inside pages are completed to form little pockets where momentos and photos can be placed.  There's even a place for journaling on the opposite pages. Add some more embellishments or stamps to help personalize the pages to correspond with the photos inside.  The Joyeux Noel paper adds to the cuteness of this little book with its Santa patterns and gorgeous holiday themes.    This wonderful gimp trim adds a strength to the binding so the book can be opened often and yet adds a nice little finishing touch with it's loops to the cover of the book.  Be sure to celebrate the holidays by capturing photos of those special moments and then creating memento books of your own with the help of the wonderful products from Altered Pages
 
Happy Holidays!
~Peg

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  1. so cute - I love that Santa paper! What a nice memento to give to a grandparent!

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  2. This is darling, Peg. What a cute idea to commemorate your child's Christmas. Very clever.

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  3. So very precious, what a great keepsake for years to come! Very inventive!

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