If you have an afternoon to spare and fancy getting creative, then why not make a quick and easy album that only takes a couple of hours from start to finish?!!! You will definitely impress your friends and family with this!
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Have you ever fancied making an album but don’t want to spend a month of Sundays putting it together and then finishing it off? Sometimes, it is nice just to be able to pick up a couple of sheets of 12 by 12 cardstock plus patterned papers and by the end of the afternoon (or evening…) end up with a completely finished mini album without too much cutting, measuring and fussing around. Well, this album is perfect for that! 😉
Ever seen a kit and just known you could do more with it than just digital scrapbooking? Well how about making an album and cards? There is no limit to the versatility of a digital kit, as you will find out 😉
Ever wanted to make an album from scratch but been put off by the thought of how long it would take as well as how much you would have to buy in order to make the album? Well, this album only took an afternoon and was made using printed journal cards, cardstock and paper from my stash. Why not give this a go and make one yourself?
It’s brand new Hybrid Chick Dorothy here and I cannot tell you how excited I am to be a part of the team. I’ve been a long time newsletter subscriber so to actually be here is such an honour! Today I’m bringing you my very first project and I hope …
I love making mini books, and this one is so easy to slip into your pocket or purse and keep your family and friends close to you all the time!
Have you ever wanted to make a journal, smash book, or scrap album from scratch, but felt daunted by how long it would take? Well, this little album here only takes a couple of hours from start to finish, so come take a look and see how easy it is!
I love lighthouses! I love them so much, I plan vacations just to go see them! This little book is a sweet reminder of these lovely sentinels that I visited in the Outer Banks (I’ve climbed two of them – the other two are now open to climbing, although all 4 of them are actively used as Navigatiional Aids)
I love making little mini books for my personal collection as well as gifts for family and friends. Here is a cute little book (4 1/4″ square) with a unique binding technique that was lots of fun to do. I’ve made two now … but there will be more!