September Challenge

The September Challenge is now up and running! Create a card or paper craft project using any Beccy's Place image and upload your creation before midnight on the 30th of September (AEST). Click here for all the details on how to enter.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Mini Album - Page 21 & 22

I was so glad to finally get to the last two pages of my album.  It was a huge project with a huge mess to go along with it, but I was really pleased with the way it turned out... I'm even considering starting another!
Page 22 
The last two pages are complete!
I hope I've inspired some of you to try making a mini album of your own!

Monday, September 29, 2014

Mini Album - Page 19 & 20

Page 19 is a fold over page, with the flap along the top.  I gave it a pretty edge using a heart shaped border punch, before decorating it with patterned paper and ribbon.
Page 20 is decorated very simply with a piece of patterned paper and part of a die cut.

Pages 19 & 20
Don't forget that 1/8" between the edge of the page and the binding!

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Mini Album - Page 17 & 18

These next two pages double as a pocket for a large journaling tag.  I used a 11/4" circle punch to cut away a semi-circle from the outer edge of each page to make it easy to grab the tag.
The photo matt will also hold a journaling tag.
I used a 13/8" circle punch on the patterned paper to get a nice neat edge, but you could just as easily use a template and pair of scissors.

The tag

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Mini Album - Page 15 & 16

Today's pages both measure 6" x 6" and are decorated quite simply with some patterned paper, ribbon, self-adhesive pearls and die cuts.
Page 15 
Page 16
The photo matt doubles as a large pocket.
I even dragged out my eyelets to add a charm to the tag pull!
Don't forget to allow 1/8" between the inner edge of your page and the fold of the binding.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Mini Album - Page 13 & 14

These next two pages are also narrow, measuring 41/2" wide by 6" tall.  I wanted to add a large tag between them using two die cuts, back to back, as the tag-pull.
The first page...
... and the second page, which is fairly simple with some pretty patterned paper and a punched strip along the top and bottom.

To create the tag I cut a piece of cardstock a little shorter than the length of the die cuts and then glued the die cuts back to back with the tag edge between them.