Thursday, March 4, 2010

Pink Paislee mini album

Oh, I love PP...I made this mini vintage looking!  I really enjoyed putting it together.  This album is available in my etsy shoppe .  I am also using a part of the album {back cover} for the Practical Scrappers weekly challenge {just love that site!}. I used ink to distress my edge of the whole album, the edges of the photo holders, and stamped a pretty circle image on the back cover.   I also inked the hole reinforces in sepia ink to match.

I got inspired by Sandy over at MW to use up some old items I had, so I busted out the Ranger Distress Crackle paint and Inkssentials Glossy Accents.  I also used Tim Holtz leather embossing powder and distressed the edges with Ranger Ink in sepia.  I added drawn in stitches around the edges of all the papers.  I also used my {{brand spanking new}} Cosmo Cricket Tiny Alpha's in red {which I love, love, love} and used up some Prima flowers I've had sitting around looking pretty.  Last month in the MW Express Kit I got a great batch of chipboard...which is the base of the album and then the other chipboard pieces are added in here and there.  But the most beautiful aspect of the album is the papers...Pink Paislee!

I really hope you enjoy the album, I really enjoyed making it! 

The glossy accents cover the "friend" title.  Hello, prima flower!

CC Tiny alpha's and for a twist I used some fall paper from Pink Paislee's halloween set!
Love the zipper pull!

I split a pink paislee journaling tag to use on both pages since the album is only 4x4.
More Tim Holtz there too {the safety pin}

Threw in some Pebbles ribbon there too!

Here's my stamped edge for the circle.  It's so pretty.

I loved this chip addition to the's like a tab, only thicker!

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  1. This is super amazing!I love the originality of it. Thank you for inking it up with us at Practical Scrappers this week.

  2. Oh what a gorgeous mini album!! This must have been so much fun to make! Thanks for playing at Practical Scrappers!


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