We had a wonderful time yesterday unboxing 2 new crafty toys to my craft room Here is the replay…
In the 3rd episode we will be making pages from the larger album die set and attaching them to the binding in 2 orientations.
Receiving the Papercraft Society subscription box each is such a joy to open every single time!
In the second episode we will be making pages and attaching them to the binding (nice and straight too).
In the first episode we will be covering the binding dies and how to add the front and back covers.
This new series will show you how to use the mini album die sets and how they work together.
If you missed the live launch of my new mini album collection, here is the catch-up and a discount code!
Today we are using a gift from a papercraft magazine to make a Rolodex/Memorydex style album. It’s perfect as an advent calendar or Christmas album.
For day 2 we have a really easy paperbag album to make. This tutorial will take you though it step by step, so you can join in whatever size of bag you use.
I love adding interactive elements into mini albums and clear CD wallets are perfect for adding waterfalls. Simply insert your papers or photos and you are good to go!
If you are behind in your memory keeping and feeling the pressure and guilt from it, this video is for you.
I am so excited to share with you my new mini album dies! These make putting together an album so quick and straightforward.
It’s that time of year where I need a new planner, so here is my way of putting together something fast and simple!
When you need to keep it simple when making a mini album, paper bags are the perfect answer!
Today’s project is a mini album with a fun feature inside – the pages are split with envelope pocket pages. If that’s hard to imagine, then I show you how recreate the album step by step.
I love using paperbags in my mini album designs and today’s folio is a breeze to make. All you need is 6 paper bags and some cardstock! Oh…and the new papers from Nitwit collections!
I love today’s project! I can’t wait to fill it with photos, journaling & embellishments and place it out on display in December. This is most definitely something for the coffee table. The most unusual items you’ll be needing for this project are wooden skewer sticks!
This album is tiny compared to most, but it’s still large enough to fit extra small photos or cropped down prints. Here I show you how to make yours, step by step.
We’ve seen and played with the Hello Baby Boy collection and today we get to play with the Hello Baby Girl version! I love how both these albums turned out and they were really quick to make.
I love making paperbag mini albums and this one is just adorable! It wraps up in sections and has plenty of pockets and space for photographs.