Friday, 13 November 2015

Make a mini: Zig zag folded mini album

Hello Friends!
Neha here with my inspirational post for the current challenge. The challenge is all about making a mini album from scratch and I have made a Zig- zag folded mini album.
You can find all the details for current challenge here


Here is my album


I have used stacked hinge binding here and covers are made of chipboard. Base of each page and cover is a white CS and over them I have matted Webster pages; Sweet routine PPs. I have also used AC extreme value CS  at some places. The quotes used are all from the same PP stack. I loved this paper stack all pages are so pretty. This album is a bit different from my usual style because I have used this color combination for the first time and I just loved how it came out finally.

A close up of the cover page



The cover has a resin frame around which all embellishing has been done which includes mulberry flowers, die cut leaves, pearls, liquid pearls. lace and crystals. The lock has been gessoed and then colored a little with DI evergreen bough to match with the PPs. Butterfly has been fussy cut from the paper stack only. On sides of cover I have used laces. 




Inside of covers have been decorated with quotes and chipboard embellishments. I have kept the pages simple and each page is a pocket page with a large tag which can be used to put pictures on both sides. 
There are 11 pages in the album with space for 18 pics.





This is the top view of the album. As you can see pages are bound in an accordion (zig- zag) style. 



I hope you also like it. Do join us in the current challenge here 
Hugs
Neha

Supplies from the store:
WRMK  trim & score-board
Big shot

2 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous...love the pearls and the lace...the antique looking clasp is adorable :D...

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  2. This is really pretty..... Want to ask if binding is a necessary criteria for this challenge? Because my album doesn't needs any binding

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