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What a lovely album! I enjoyed the process in the video. thanks


If the goal was to inspire. .... wow, amazingly beautiful Wilna! I don't do the molding paste and super artsy stuff, but you INSPIRE me to be creative. Let me go and make a mess! lol I was bummed about the changes... but now I'm excited for your vision two peas.


Oh how I love this! Thank you Wilna for so many inspirations!!
I'm already loving the new series at two peas :-)


Wilna, I think your middle name is Inspire! The album is absolutely beautiful. I created a wonderful little album for each of our 2 baby granddaughters for Christmas and had decided to make one for each of our 3 grandsons for their birthdays, so the timing for this post is perfect! So many ideas that I can use - thank you so much!

Andrea Venini

Wilna !!!! You're so talented I love your art . You really put too much of yourself into your projects . Thanks so much for sharing and Being a great source of inspiration for me . Kisses . Andrea


Wilna, I was so happy to see your new videos kicking off the new year. Your videos are my favorite and have got me to try so many art techniques that I didn't even know were a thing. Thank you!


You have such a wonderful presentation! Thank you for sharing so much!


This is so beautiful! I love how you used the varnish on the front cover. That gave me a few ideas of how to use. Thanks!


Just finished the second video and they are both amazing! I have the utmost respect for Wilna. She is a true artist that produces such beautiful works! I already went to the store and found two frames to make my own album--she is such an inspiration!

Bev LoPinto

This album is exquisite in all ways! What beautiful principals guide your family's life. I am most definitely "Inspired". Thank you for sharing this very special album with us.

Irma P.

Beautiful album Wilna! There's no Michael's near me, but I'll try it out with different size frames.
Having some experience making mini albums and bindings, my only question is regarding the sturdiness of the accordion folded cardstock spine for the signature pages. A piece of card stock (even if heavy weight), would most likely rip very quickly and with repeated handling. I'll be trying this album with fabric, burlap or suede leather stapled to the wood frames.
Thank you for the inspiration, can't wait to try this!

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