Birthday Mini Album


I don't know about you, but I have a really hard time scrapping birthday photos. I'm not sure if it's because of the sheer number of pix from one event. Or, if it is because there are usually distracting backgrounds in the photos. Well, whatever it is, I put off scrapping them like the plague. LOL!

They need to be scrapped tho. So, I thought maybe if I make a mini album, it'll make it much easier to get birthdays documented and in a fun way too.

I made this mini album for my son's 8th birthday celebration. It is one piece of 12x12 cardstock folded in half and then accordian folded. I covered it with some new gorgeous Imagination Project paper and embellished it with some of my favorite things like Heidi Swapp ghost letters, swirl clip & index tab, American Crafts brads, Strano ribbon and Making Memories metal charms.

The inserts pull out to reveal photos, journaling and a gift list. For the photos, I just used my big honkin' square punch. I was able to get several photos on each strip that way.

I like it so much and it was so easy to do that I will definitely be making one for my daughter's birthday. :)

Cyas! Mo

Comments

Suzelle said…
Ok Mo !!!!!! This is the BEST idea !!!! Birthdays are up there with holidays as far as hard to scrap !!!! This ROCKS !!!!
SageHen said…
Great idea for those dreaded birthday photos. (I have a huge stack of them too!)
Reen said…
You can't believe how I get anxious over the thought of birthday layouts! This is such a TOTALLY FAB idea Mo!!
Cassie said…
super rad mo! I'm all over the mini albums these days.
Sharon said…
AWESOME!!!!!! you're just too dang smart! ;)
Susan said…
What an adorable little album!!!
I hate to scrap all event type pictures...But this little book would actually make it kind of fun.
Love it, love those papers...this little book rocks.
Kristi Mangan said…
such a CUTE album!!! Awesome idea Mo!
Denise Gormish said…
Great idea Mo! Love this project!!!

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