Family Visiting for the Weekend

So I don’t think there will be much time for crafting in the next week or so.  We have a pretty full schedule with Puffing Billy  on the menu for our grandson.  Who would have thought that riding on a train, (an old steam train mind you) would be more exciting than the aeroplane that will bring him here.


While I still have some crafting time up my sleeve I have been putting together a mini album that I found on a lovely website called Embrace Serendipity.  There is a very good simple tutorial to follow if you want to make one of these for yourself.

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I have done everything wrong on this album, but it still turned out really nicely.  I started by choosing much too wide a ribbon, but I tied it in a different way for decoration instead of to tie the album.

I used some black chalkboard cardstock for my covers, it had been in my craft cupboard for a while and I hadn’t found a use for it. It stands up really well as covers for mini albums when you don’t want a thicker bookboard.  Smaller albums can be overwhelmed by a thick cover.

But the real star of my little mini album is the gorgeous ‘A Little Foxy’ 6″ x 6″ designer series paper stack that I have used for the pages and cover. Available in my online shop.  There is also a matching stamp set which is on my wishlist at the moment.

I hope you like my mini album, I will add a few more elements and dress up the cover a bit more. Photo’s to come.

10 thoughts on “Family Visiting for the Weekend

  1. It looks really lovely, the wide ribbon has instant impact-it was the first thing I noticed and I thought it was very effective. Have fun with your grandson. 😊


  2. Love it. I would never have come up with this colour scheme but it is fab. It all looks beautifully executed too. Enjoy your family time!


  3. i like the pop of colour here and there and the ribbon was the fist thing i noticed, in a nice way, you are gifted with crafty hands, enjoy the time with your grandson.


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