Monday, April 27, 2009

my mini album- finally

I worked and worked and worked on this little album, wanting it to look just right and now am just glad that it is done so that I can work on other design team projects that are due in a few days!! Mini albums are fun, just make sure that you gather your supplies in the beginning, especially making sure that you have enough paper for the whole book. This was a biggie, so it took lots of paper. Also, make sure that you do things in steps. First I cut the paper and added it to the pages, then did the black doodling around the edges, added some glitter and sanded the edges of all of the pictures. It makes assembly go alot quicker.

For this album I used the new Bo Bunny chipboard book with the different edges (love them!!) and new Pink Paislee Winsome brads, chipboard and papers, some Maya Road pins and flowers and other odds and ends lace, pearls and glitter and some handmade flowers. Most of those items came from the My Scrapbook Nook limited edition kit.

I have yet to be able to find some binder rings at the store so I'll show you the individual pages and later show a pic of the book put together :)


And so, there it is. I hope it has been worth the wait. You should be able to click on the individual pictures to get a closer look if you're interested.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

9 comments:

mustangkayla said...

Beautiful mini album! Love what you did with the cover!

Dee said...

gorgeous!!! i just ordered one of those!! I am sending your blog address to my daughter so she can see this

Rach H said...

Gorgeous mini album!! Very magical!

Danielle said...

very nice Becky...I am sure that the girls love it!

Lisa Carroll said...

What a sweet little album. The girls will just love looking back on it!

Willea said...

Stunning mini!! Love this!

Kristii said...

Oh so sweet!!! I love it!!!

Jenyfur said...

Incredible work, Becky - this is fabulous!

Janelle said...

It turned out so cute! I love it! Oh, and I have some binder rings in various colors- if you don't ever find any you are welcome to see if they would work for you.