Tuesday, May 10, 2016

POCKET PAGE MINI ALBUM






     This is my Pocket Page Mini Album.  I created it by using directions from Ginger at 'My Sisters Scrapper' website.  You can go to that 'Pocket Page Mini Album' Tutorial Series HERE.
     There are five parts to the video and they are wonderfully done and easy to follow.  She will tell you how to change albums to any size you want.  My album is 3 1/2 in. wide by 4 1/2 in. tall.  The spine is 2 1/2 in. wide.



     Here is the inside cover and first page.  The page has a pocket that holds a photo card that I have extended just for the photo.  A photo can be attached to both sides of all the photo cards in the album.  I have also left many of the pages with just a background paper for mounting photos.



     This page has a more slanted pocket and another photo card.  I selected 'You Are A Masterpiece' collection from Snickerdoodle Designs for all the backgrounds and elements throughout the album.  You can find that kit HERE.  



                                             A vertical band holds the photo card on this page.





     Before cutting out shapes or pages, I selected all the backgrounds and elements I wanted to use and printed them. 




                                        This page had a corner pocket to hold photo card.



      Horizontal paper band holds the photo card on this page.  I used two different dies throughout the album.  One was Doily Circles and the other was Nesting Scallops.  Both are by 'We R Memory Keepers'. 



       Here's the inside cover of back page.  All of the pages and cutouts in the album were burnished with either 'Gathered Twigs' Distress Ink by Tim Holtz or 'Brocade Blue' by Stampin' Up.  




                                                       And finally this is the back page.



                                                              Thanks for stopping by...

1 comment:

  1. This is the most AMAZING little pocket book for photos. The kit you used is adorable, and the way it is bound and put together--a treasure!

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