We all lead such busy lives these days, rushing here, doing that with no time to sit and think, let alone create an album of memories to treasure and to record those important events. But what if you could make an album in just a couple of hours? Well, just let me show how this can be done!
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Make a simple card-based mini-book for your favorite summer memories.
Grandparents Day in the US is this coming Sunday. To help celebrate, I’m going to share a quick and easy brag book you can make. This one is so mini, it can fit inside a purse or pocket. Which makes it an easy take-along brag book for any proud grandparent!
Do you have bunches of old CD cases that you wonder what you can use them for? I’m going to show you how you can create a sweet mini-album photo display using recycled CD cases.
We all have them. Girlfriends who are pregnant. Sometimes you have multiple friends who are pregnant. If you’re anything like me, I don’t want to go out to the store to purchase something everyone else is going to get her, so what do you do? Put your crafty hat on and make her this cute, simple and easy mini baby album. And you know I also had to throw in the matching baby shower invites!
Mini albums are a great way to get your kids involved in hybrid scrapbooking. Not too mention, it’s a great way to spend some quality time together. Even if it does get a little sticky. Come along on this little journey with me and my daughter.
Let’s make use of some items that every house has, toilet paper rolls. Today we’ll be re purposing them into a cute mini album and I’m going to show how!
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I love making mini albums. They are so fun. It’s a great way to showcase some special pictures, or a special event. My favorite is to make these as gifts. What a special way to give a loved one some special photographs!
They are easy to make, and fun! Keep on reading..we are giving away a prize!
Too often, I find my digital photos or digital scrapbook pages stay in my computer…which can make it hard to share these treasures with others. Hybrid scrapbooks and minibooks are the answer for me! This quick hybrid album is a great starting point for digi scrappers thinking about getting into hybrid…and for traditional scrappers thinking about getting into digi!! Karla Dudley’s Spring ’10 miniBOOK template is our starting point.