This micro album is so very small and cute! It’s constructed very easily, so perfect for those just venturing into album making or if you need to make something fast!
Today, I have another very quick and easy album to make using the new French Country Collection from Nitwit Collections. If you love the french themed florals along with distressed brick walls and white shutters, then this collection was made for you!
Today, we are using a beautiful set of papers and embellishments from Nitwit Collections called Farmhouse. This is an amazing digital collection and I can see this being used in so many projects!
Today’s paper collection is a release from Nitwit Collections called Recollect – it is a wondrous collection of heritage/vintage colours, patterns and ephemera and I have created a little envelope flip book with it all.
I love making galaxy images with the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks, so making one for the cover of my rainbow themed planner inserts was a must! And I love the results!
This mini album is really cute and tiny! It’s the perfect little gift to give to a loved one this Valentine’s Day. In today’s tutorial, I will show you how to make it, plus how to decorate it from start to finish.
Here we have the final part of the Ultimate Mini Album! I really enjoyed this one and have decided to use this size and format for most of my family albums, so expect variations of this in the near future.
Here we have part 2 of the Christmas mini album bonus. I love how easily this album comes together and can’t wait to fill it with all my Christmas memories.
This project is a little late due to technical difficulties – basically everything that could go wrong with this project, went wrong! But here it is and I hope you like it 🙂
In today’s tutorial, I will be showing you how to make your own notepad using the Planner Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers. I will also show you how to add foiling to your projects without heat – it’s easy too!
We are making a really cute and fun mini album for Day 8 of this series. It’s actually quite simple to make, but it looks really complicated. I like those types of projects the best, don’t you?
Welcome to the first day of my new Christmas series – The 12 Days of Christmas! I will be sharing 12 Christmas projects with you over the course of November…every Wednesday, Friday & Sunday. The first project is an incredibly useful one and I hope you will agree…and there’s no printer required!
Today’s project was a highly requested one from my Christmas in July bonus tutorial – The giant twist & pop album. Inside I made a mini twist & pop album that sat inside a pocket. You all asked for a tutorial for that…so here it is – with a few surprises inside!
These cute little notepads are so quick and easy to make you can have a whole bunch of them made up in no time! Here’s how…
Welcome to the BONUS project for Christmas in July 2017! Yes, you read the title right – a humongous twist and pop turned into a Christmas photo folio album.
Today’s tutorial is a cute folio with even cuter paper….I really enjoyed making this little folio and can’t wait to fill them up with tiny photos.
I’m enjoying making my own Traveler’s Notebooks (or TN’s) at the the moment and I’ve started to look around for items that I can include or make them from.
If there ever was a reason for owning a laminator, this project alone would be reason enough. If you have one? Go blow the dust off it. If you don’t have one? Don’t hold me responsible for another gadget added to your stash!
Today I have a paperbag tutorial to share with you today. This one is beginner friendly and all you need are 6 paperbags and your favourite papers to get started.
This little album will make the perfect project if you just have an hour or two to complete a something. Especially, if that project needs to be a gift!