As always, we have a BONUS tutorial at the end of the series! It’s a stunning mini album made with envelopes and cards – here’s how to make yours…
It’s day 4 of Christmas in July and I have something special for today’s project. I have taken inspiration from my mini album guru, Laura Dennison and created a beautiful accordion box . Her one was made from envelopes and mine is from patterned pockets.
Welcome to day 2 of Christmas in July and we’re in the middle of a heatwave in the UK! I’m just about ready to melt! But here’s a quick and easy album to make using 6″x 6″ paper and the Gift Bag Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers.
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.
This mini album is so quick, easy and simple to make! I’ve used the gorgeous new paper collection called Hello Baby Boy from Nitwit Collections and below I show you how to make your own.
Today, we will be making an 8×8 album with flaps and pockets. I will also be showing you how to add magnets to your mini albums, so flaps stay in place and make the album fun to use!
I really enjoyed making this project of my vacation to Italy a few years back. This trio of mini albums are perfect for recording your travel memories, especially as you can dedicate each mini for each place you visited. The new collection called Journey is perfect for any sort of city break as the colours […]
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.
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!
You’ve all been enjoying DAY 2 of 12 Days of Christmas and I had a request from a viewer for measurements with the Martha Stewart Score board & envelope attachment. Whilst I was working on those measurements, I thought I would also dust of my SU! diagonal score board attachment for my Simply Scored. True, […]
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!
Welcome to the last day of Christmas in July…today we are making a layered box with trays for Ferrero Rochers or any other treats you fancy.
These ones are so cute that I’m going to make a whole lot more to hang on my tree. Or even perhaps an Advent tree?
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.
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.
I have a new toy to add to my collection of punch boards…this one is the Pillow Box Punch Board and I’ve been having a lot of fun getting to know it. Here is a quick project along with a demonstration on how to use it.
We’ll be using our inks as watercolours today and this technique is perfect for those that haven’t had a try yet. This beautiful floral look is the easiest to achieve, so why not give it a try today.