Monday, July 15, 2013

Product Focus #27: Small Mini Album Scrapbooking Supplies


Welcome to this week's Product Focus. In these weekly blog posts, I'll share scrapbooking supplies or a product trend I'm particularly drawn to, and then I'll share some ways you can use the products in several project samples. I'll discuss tips and tricks for using the products, share some of my favorite products from that product line, and then I'll open it up for any questions you might have. I'd also love to hear your reviews or uses for the product type I focus on each week. This is a chance for you to pull out products you already own and play with them or for you to discover new products you might not yet have tried.



Earlier this month I showed you how I use my Mini Album supplies to create layouts in this post HERE. Today I wanted to show you some smaller mini albums I've created for fun. These pocket-sized Mini Albums are great for stashing in your purse and sharing with family and friends on-the-go. They would also look darling in a bowl on a coffee table, encouraging visitors to pick and leave through any number of them.



Here are some items I would consider when creating a mini album. If you don't already have items like these, consider adding some of them to your cart the next time you shop at 2Peas. They can be used for a typical mini album, as well as, a layout or two. Now that's a great way to stretch your supplies! Search for "JOURNALING CARDS" or "MINI ALBUM" to find additional products.

 


 Source: Album Rings







 
Also be sure to check out Celine Navarro's new 2Peas Workshop: "Mini Albums Big Style" HERE! Celine is a great teacher and makes beautiful mini albums.



Or for a FREE option, be sure to check out my 2Peas "A Mini Album a Month" workshop HERE with free videos and downloadable PDFs:





Below you will find a gallery of mini album projects. Start with these concepts and then make them your own.

Idea #1: Decorate an Altoid Tin to safely hold your mini album.


 (Source: Northridge Media)

Idea #2:  Cover Chipboard Shapes with Photos and Journaling to Form a Mini Album.

 



(Source: Northridge Media)

Idea #3: Combine Two Strips of 12" Wide Cardstock to Create an Accordion Fold Album.





(Source: Two Peas FREE Mini Album Workshop) 

Idea #4: Combine Journaling Cards to Create a Quick and Easy Mini Album.



 (Source: Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine Guest Designer)


What else can you use to create mini album? Think of items like journaling cards, bags, tags, 6x6 paper pads. Do you have a favorite way to create a mini album? I'd love to hear how in the comments section below.
 

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