I had the honor of creating a few crafty projects for the Momenta booth at CHA Summer 2011 and I forgot to share. Here it is, one big, layered, chunky, full of sweet goodness mini album for one adorable baby.
Love this photo of layers and layers of dimensional pages.
Often when I punch a shape, I back the opening with some patterned paper. The die cut shape from the cover backs the page. A few more epoxy stickers embellish the shipping tag on the right.
I trimmed the 12" epoxy border sticker to fit the page.
Another Top Note die cut and some vellum and epoxy stickers.
I nearly always include an envelope in my mini albums. It's a great feature to have for those little tidbits that you want to include but don't necessarily want on display.
Using just a bit of The Twinery baker's twine here, too!
Added a few of stickers to the back side of a page and to the embellished card stuck inside the glassine envelope, which I folded in half.
When I make mini books, I like adding different sized pages and tags to add to the visual appeal and well, just because it's fun to do!
Have you ever added a manila shipping tag to any of your mini books or layouts?
My days of having adorable babies are over, but that won't stop me from making mini books celebrating their cuteness!