Friday, 7 November 2014

Sizzix Notepad Cover turned into mini album.


Hi again!

Today I've had a play with one of my new Bigz dies and a couple of thinlits as well. 
The die I want to showcase is this Notepad Cover by Brenda Walton. 
Originally it's meant to use to spruce up your ordinary post-it notes, but I decided 
I wanted to use it to make a small album. Papers etc are by Lemoncraft.



Here are some pictures I took along the way:



Cut out as many pages as you like for the inside of your mini album. A good size would to fit inside this cover would be ca 7 cm square.



I made small holes in all the pages for the binding and after pulling the thread through I added some glue to the knot to make sure it will hold.



I used the new Scalloped circles for my inside pages. I cut some of my photos with them and also made journalling spots. 



I added some Liquid pearl to the outside cover after inking the edges.


After finishing my little 'book' for the  inside I used  some double tape to add it to the 
back of the cover.


Here are a few more shots of the finished album:








I hope you enjoyed this post! :-) Thanks for looking! 


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9 comments:

  1. Really gorgeous little album!

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  2. This is so gorgeous Bente! Love the lil mini album <3 ..very beautiful!

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  3. Fantastic!! You are so creative :)

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  4. This is really sweet Bente and would make a lovely gift.

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  5. This mini album is just fabulous! It's such an inspiring way to use dies!

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  6. So beautiful. I love Lemoncraft papers and you have showcased them perfectly. Great use of the dies and sweet photos. Truly a small treasure :D

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  7. What a lovely idea. I have been looking for ideas for little scrappy Christmas gifts and I think this little album is perfect. I may scraplift it. Papers are wonderful and I love the little details. <3

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  8. Wowsers....amazing, beautiful and gorgeous!

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