How fun are mini albums??!! This little puppy didn't take very long to put together, although I didn't keep track of how long it took...
I used fellow CTMH Consultant Tresa Black's idea of creating pockets for pull out tags, so I could easily incoporate room for more photos, since this is just a 6x6 sized album. So photos can be placed on the front and back of the pull out tags. Now, I went with a completely different type of mini album and decided not to do what she did, but more so because it is just so fun to be creative!
Tresa has a great video tutorial showing different techniques she used on her mini album, and she's running a contest... so check the contest details out HERE.
Tresa broke down her video tutorials into parts for how to create her album, and you can view her album and tutorials here:
There was a paper sale going on at the LSS this week and I picked up this Bo Bunny line I used on this album... it was obviously popular, because there was only a few sheets left from the Flower Child line. Not quite enough to do an album, so I picked up some papers from some other lines to go with it. It's all good... ;) I am really trying to buy with purpose lately, so when I saw these papers, I wanted to use them on this mini album. And tada! Just needs photos...
I used lots of brads and mini sparkles throughout the album, but you might have to click on the photos to get a better look at the details...
Hope I've inspired you to create something today!
Happy creating! :)
Paper: White Daisy and Chocolate CS (CTMH), Flower Child - Cut Outs and Flower Child, and Roughin' It - Fire Light (Bo Bunny), Rusted Sun - Umbrella (Fancy Pants), Appleton - 1st Street (Scenic Route)
Punches: Round Tab (McGill), 3/4, 1 1/4 and 1 1/2 circle (EK), Apron Lace border (Fiskars)
Accessories: 6x6 Accordion Album, White Daisy grosgrain, White Daisy brads, Mini Sparkles, Primavera Rub-ons (CTMH), Say It In Crystals flourishes (Prima), Kraft knife (Olfa), 3D foam tape (CTMH), Paper piercer (CTMH)