Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Club Scrap July Kit Office Space Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to the Club Scrap Blog Hop for Office Space.  First things first is you came from the lovely talented Anne Marie then you came from the right place.  If you didn't you can start at the beginning with Karen-Club Scrap Blog.

Today's project is something I rarely ever do.  A mini album book. Below you will see step by step pictures to recreate your own 6"x6" mini album.



Cut a plain cardstock 6"x12".  As picture below score at every 1" until the end.


Cut a plain cardstock 2 1/2"x6".  Score at 1", then 1/2", then 1".  This is the binding for the outside of the book.


Cut 7 patterned papers 6"x6".  Glue each page into one side of the fold as photo below.



Glue your outside binding strip to secure the book.  



With the book now assembled you can add more papers and embellishments to prepare for your photos. Here is an example of a page I prepared.  The pink patterned paper has memo cards throughout the page. I cut them out to use as a journaling.  


For the finishing touches I passed through 2 ribbons from the inside binding and tied it together on the outside of the binding.  For the title I printed the letters from the Digital kit, cut them out & glued to the front.


Thank you for stopping by. Your next stop is with Lisa.

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful book, Tina and easy to make. Love the colors of this kit for the book.

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  2. So pretty. Thank you for doing this modified flag style book.

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  3. Well, for rarely making a handmade book, this turned out GREAT! Thanks for sharing your steps, too!

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  4. Gorgeous album!! Love the accordion spine and the ribbon detail. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Excellent album - great use of the papers!!

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  6. What a beautiful album. You nailed it!

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  7. Such a pretty album, I always enjoy see what you create!

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  8. What a handy book! Thanks for the great tutorial on how you made it.

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  9. You are certainly great at something you don't get around to doing very often, what a great memory mini album you have here, so nice!

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  10. I love the way you constructed this mini album and the cover is gorgeous!

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  11. Great project! Love how you went out of your comfort zone :) It came out awesome!

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  12. Beautiful album! Thanks for the details on how you made it.

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  13. I always love me some handmade books and mini albums. Great job!

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  14. Love the simple idea to make a fun book. Thanks so.

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  15. I love little albums - thanks for the step by step!

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  16. 6*6 is such a great size to work with and I LOVE how easy this is! TFS!

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  17. Way to step out of your comfort zone. Very sweet book!

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