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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Domestic Goddess Mini Album
This post will be a two part series. First, I give you the finished project...
I made this with a new fold that I was playing around with. I am not sure what to call the new fold though. I am going to have to think about it! Anyway, the book is 8x6"! It's huge...and it holds a ton of space for journaling and tags.
I made the red ribbon rose, and used a pearl bead in the center. I made the white flower from three different sized doilies from Little Yellow Bicycle that I inked with Tim Holtz distressing inks. The leaves are from 7 Gypsies, the small flowers are from Recollections. The big metal butterfly is from Blue Moon Beads, as is the birdcage charm in the top photo. I used 7 Gypsies charms and the key is Tattered Angels. I used Martha Stewart punches throughout the book. The papers are from Bazzill and Graphic 45's Domestic Goddess line.
First page of the book. Each page has two pockets on the surface, and there is a middle pocket as well, which means that every page houses 5 tags total, in three different sizes. Some of the middle sized tags also have tags as well. The smaller tags are shipping tags that I covered in some other papers from K and Company.
On the backs of the middle sized tags are photomats, the large sized tags have three photomats total, one large and two smaller ones.
The next page...
And the next. I used different papers throughout.
This tag has a lift-up ribbon to show more photo space.
I made another pocket on this tag, and put the pictures in them.
This tag has a collage of things creating another pocket with another tag in it.
I used an accordion type binding for this. You could do whatever binding you chose. In the next post, I will show you how to make each page. What do you think?
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