Friday, 27 March 2009

Julie’s working with Chipboard....

Get a mini album base. There are lots of these chipboard based albums available in the store.

Paint any extra chip board - I have used some tim Holtz distress crackle - -mmmm tim holtz - http://www.countrypapercraft.com.au/index1.html


Cover the chip board – front and back with some patterned paper – I have used some beautiful daisy bucket paper - http://www.countrypapercraft.com.au/index1.html


Then work out where you want to put some photos


Add the painted chippes and some rubons – I have used the lovely new Kaiser ones - http://www.countrypapercraft.com.au/index1.html


Now put your album in order – I have used the plastic packet that the chip album came in to make a front and back cover


Now you need to put it all together – I have used one of my favourite tools - the crop a dile - http://www.countrypapercraft.com.au/index1.html

I have used hinged rings – they are great with bulky mini albums and lets me add ribbons etc to finish it all off.


Add some ribbons – to make it look pretty


Add a few extra embellishments and you're done…..

4 comments:

Mrs Frizz said...

Looks fabbo Julie ...

Julie said...

thanks mrs frizz - it was great to use some girly stuff...

Anonymous said...

you are the queen of mini albums Miss Jule...Marg.

Lynlee said...

Looks fantastic Julie, love the fun photos you've used, and those papers are a bit nice x