Monday, October 28, 2013

Mini album

Hi everyone,

Today, it's time for another Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. This week there are no rules! It's an anything goes challenge. Anything goes and anything is possible. Get your creative juices flowing and join in the fun with us!

My project this week is a mini album I made from my last trip to London. The reason why
I made it a mini is because, a while back I bought a sweet little mobile printer, the LG Pocket Photo. A good time to use it. The printer is compatible with a smartphone and can easily taken along on vacation to immediately print the captured images made with your smartphone.
You probably already know that I always like to make my own albums and this one is also made by me. I have used a Ring Binder mechanism. The We R Memory Keepers Covers are cut to the size that fits the sheets of the 6x6 inch Memorabilia Paper Pad from Teresa Collins. I'm so in love with this beautiful paper line.

It's a lot of work to fill up a whole album, each page is actually a project on its own. Well this album has 36 of them... The embellish the pages I used the matching Memorabilia Border Strips and Brads along with lots of other pretty stuff.

To join in all you need to do is make a project that fits this weeks challenge and you can be the winner of the $50 gift voucher that our amazing sponsor Simon Says Stamp offers. This prize will go to a random entry. So go over to the Stamp and Show Monday Challenge blog, let the DT members inspire you and join in the fun!

Thank you for stopping by! Love to see you next time!



Buttons said...

Love this album. So much fun packed into every page and of course your distinctive use of washi tape and embellies. Looks like you had a great time in our fair capital. Jenny x

Suzanne C said...

Fab mini album celebrating your trip! I love the chalkboard effect and how it offsets your photos! Beautiful embellishments and the bag is brilliant as a page to hold things!

soapHOUSEmama said...

so many goodies to look at and treasure!!!

Candy C said...

What a wonderful keepsake, Sandra. Your mini album is so pretty. I really love the chalkboard areas that you've used on this. The added photos and journaling really pop! Every page has something different and fun to look at! <3 Candy

Anna-Karin said...

I love these travel mini-books of yours Sandra and they will be so much fun for you to look at in the future, remembering those great trips. The cover is gorgeous and so are all the inside pages. Love how you used the black backgrounds.

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fabulous London themed keepsake Sandra, love your album and your use of bold imagery. Love the bold number on the front and the added banners too. Great way to store those cherished photos. Tracy x x

Meihsia Liu said...

What a fun and beautiful project, Sandra. I always love your mini albums with so many delightful colors and fabulous embellishments. Such a great keepsake! :)

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Gorgeous pages, Sandra! Love the layouts :)

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Mona Pendleton said...

Wow Sandra! What a book full of amazing details! Awesome project!

Andrea Ockey Parr said...

Yay London! LOVE that place and LOVE how you paid tribute to it so beautifully! I especially liked the flag on the envelope! Every single part of this is awe-worthy and I always love your take on the SSS challenges.

Patricia said...

Super mooi zeg je album!!!!
Gr Patricia

Sandy said...

Really wonderful Sandra! What neat things they make in today's world. I don't even have a smart phone much less a little mobile printer!!! But I think it is great that you do!!
I too love London - I watched a TV special the other night about the Tower of London. Your journal is quite a nice keepsake and I particularly like the use of the little bag as part of the journal. Great idea!!

barbarayaya62 said...

Fantastic creation! Amazing minialbum! barbarayaya

Terry said...

Great album with so many lovely details! Sandra, your work is just amazing and always perfect! Hugs!

Maria said...

Girl, I love this!! You did a fantastic job! Memorabilia goes so well with the London theme. I have this line but have not made a mini album yet; just not enough hours in the day. Wonderful work again!!