Saturday, June 1, 2019

Summer Fun Mini Album with Angela

Hello BoBunny Friends!
It's Angela here with you today with a mini album made with the new BoBunny collection Celebrating Freedom. It's a small mini album that I made for my boys with a few photos we took last summer during a weekend event called The Pink Night.


Even if this is manly a male album, the little accents of pink of this collection are simply perfect for my pics.


For making the album I used two pieces of chipboard measuring 4 x 5 1/2 inches that I covered with 12 x 12 inch papers. For the binding I used two rings embellished with polka-dot ribbon in the same colors of the pages, pink, red, yellow, mint and blue.


As you can see in the picture below, the album is colorful and pretty chunky and I love this so much!


The pages are small in dimension but full of details. I played with any sort of stuff I had on hand. I used a glassine envelop to hold a tag with the journaling; I created a page with a piece of acetate and I sticked on it a title made with chipboard to overlap to the photo.


I also used many stripes of washi tape here and there, to hold in place some thread or to create a decorative border to the tags.



Here is another way I used washi. I sticked a couple of stripes underneath some sticker phrases, to emphasize them.



Another pages are more clean, with just a sticker or a chipboard, while others have overlapping of elements.


 I like to vary the pages of a mini with different materials and also with different sized. Here, I punched a hole on a die-cut and I wrote the journaling straight on it.


This is something odd. The banner Best Friends is the leftover of a transfer foil sheet. It was so cute that I decided to cut it in a stripe, decorate it and give it a reason inside the mini. Isn't is beautiful on my boys pic?


 To add movement to the mini, I sticked a couple of photos on tags and I created also interactive pages, like the one with the butterfly.


When you open it, there is a photo and on top of the photo, a page made of acetate. For the touch of gold I used a Foil Transfer Sheet, very easy to use.



Celebrating Freedom is a collection full of summery accents and these littles slices of watermelons are the cutest!


 My tow adorable boys in blue and red t-shirts, perfectly matching Celebrating Freedom collection ;P



Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed this chunky mini album and feel inspired to create with the new beautiful and versatile Celebrating Freedom Collection.


BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned Papers: 12" Celebrating Freedom Watermelon/Friendship/Beauty; 6x8 Celebrating Freedom Paper Pad
Cardstock Stickers: Celebrating Freedom
Chipboard: Celebrating Freedom
Noteworthy: Celebrating Freedom, Sweet Clementine
Washi Tape: Celebrating Freedom
Alpha Stickers: Sweet Clementine
Foil Transfer: Sentiments Gold
Pearlescent: Gold

Other Supplies:
AC ribbon
Sticky Thumb Adhesives

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