Sunday, March 7, 2010

Mini Album with One Sheet

Today, I thought I would share a mini album that I recently created using this pretty Urban Swank paper (one sheet will go a long way!):

By cutting around the edges of the flowers and branches, I created a very intricate image to adhere to the cover of my mini album.

By stacking the mini album with various layers such as acrylic, corrugated cardboard, and paper, it added dimension to my project. As one of my pages in my mini album, I cut down the butterfly layer from the Secret Keeper Cardstock Layers pack.

For the back cover of the mini album, I tried to limit my use of patterned paper. I ended up using the leftovers from the sheet that I used for my cover. ((Note: Urban Swank is great on the covers, the back sides, and the inner pages, hehe.))

To bind my mini album together, I used the bind-it-all by Zutter.

So there you have it. If you are in a bind (haha, get it?!), check out some of Urban Swank's pretty papers. One sheet can make it through a whole mini album, no joke! :)