Back in early January when I was creating projects for CHA I decided to create a mini album for each of our kids featuring an overview of the first weeks/months after their birth.
Our kids love to look at pictures and since I've started making mini albums I've seen a bit of extra joy when they pull one off the shelf.
I wanted to create something easy enough to create in triplicate, yet still make them individual for each of our kids.
I started by creating a canvas cover for each album - each with a similar basic idea, just with a bit of difference in the stitching.
Each album is created using a combination of papers that have been cut to 6x6 or cut to 6x12 and folded in half to create a 6x6 pocket.
Each album also carries a few elements throughout, which helps pull it all together (and also made it easy to create in a timely fashion). If each page had been done with it's own theme/scheme as a traditional 12x12 page these albums would surely still be sitting in pieces.
Each album was then punched and bound using my Cinch...love that thing!
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Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper (Various Collections);
Embellishments: Maya Road; Ranger (Tim Holtz);
Mists: Ranger (Perfect Pearls Mists);
Other: Canvas; Washi Tape;
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors, Rotary Cutter); Scor-Pal (Scoring Board);