Thursday, July 21, 2016

Magical Mini Album

Studio time has been at a premium for me this month. I pulled out my Magical Paper Pack last week to make a mini album to hold a few pictures from convention. I finally finished the album this morning. I shared a similar album a couple years ago.

The base of the album is made using one sheet of 12x12 black cardstock, scored and cut. I found a Sticky Boy (the CTMH mascot) stamp at convention and decided he should adorn the cover of my album. I stamped Sticky Boy and Convention 2016 with black ink and heat embossed it with clear detail embossing powder.

This is the view when the front cover is opened. The buttons on the flaps are punched out of cardstock and sewn on with white twine to reduce the bulk.

The mini album opens up to reveal three sections. The first section is a pocket holding a journaling tag. The middle and right sections open up to reveal more photo spots.

We had so much fun at convention this year! Next year the CTMH convention will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Would you like to join the fun? Visit my website for details about joining my team and the great consultant sign up special going on until July 31st.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies used:
X7209B Magical Paper Pack
X7209C Magical Compliments
Z3214 Magical Sequins
C1676 Convention 2016 (Exclusive Stamp Set)
Z2105 Black Ink
Z2116 Cranberry Ink
Z2162 Honey Ink
Z2648 Sapphire Ink
Z891 Versamark Ink
Z2088 Ranger Super Fine Clear Embossing Powder
Z3216 White Twine
Z1263 Bitty Sparkles
Z3197 Black and Gold Ribbon
Z697 Sponge
Z1912 Corner Rounder
Z3131 Thumb Notch Punch
Z2060 3-D Foam Tape
Button Punch (Martha Stewart)


  1. Nice...I remember you teaching us this one. Now I have to go and find it! Thanks for teaching and helping us with so many creative projects.

  2. So cute! I love this little album! I just got my first pack of magical believe it or! Thanks for the inspiration to get started!

  3. How adorable! And every edge looks inked, feature that!

    1. Thanks, MG! You know I can't leave my edges uninked!