Monday, May 16, 2011
Here is the other project we made at my super fun scrap night last Saturday. It's an easy mini album that focuses on photos more than frill. The covers are made with the naked chipboard from Stampin' Up! that we covered with DSP. It is easiest to cover the chipboard before you cut it out. I used TomBow liquid to adhere the DSP to both sides and then ran it through the Big Shot to cut out the covers. The interior pages are simply the same die cut shape using cardstock. I added a few buttons here and there but mostly just used photos and the white gel pen. This would be a fun project to make before the summer starts to keep memories in as you travel or just hang out this summer.
The mini album is shown with a ribbon holding it together here, but I did find some metal rings to use instead. The pages turn much easier with that than the ribbon.