Thursday, January 16, 2014

JAI 198: Just Add A Blog Hop!

Hi!

Welcome back to the start of challenges for 2014 at Just Add Ink. We are kicking off the year with a Blog Hop.


The theme of the blog hop, as you may have guessed, is the Envelope Punch Board and the Thinlints Dies.  You can use either, or both, in your creation.  I chose to use the Envelope Punch Board to create an Envelope Mini Album.


The album is full of photos of my daughter Ada and her BFFs (best friends forever).  I started off with four 6x6" envelopes created with the Envelope Punch Board and adhered them together to create the base of the album.


In the photo below you can see that not all of the envelope flaps were adhered down.  They are used as the basis of a pocket.


The middle pages ended up with two pockets.


The next few photos show the album decorated with DSP.  It's a bit of a sneak peek of the new Sale-A-Bration DSP.  It's so gorgeous!


Pretty, soft, feminine papers, perfect for little girls.


Here's the album fully decorated with the DSP.  Lots of cute patterns to choose from.


Here is a decorated page, showing one of the inserts from the pockets.  I ended up using a circle punch to create a little spot for your fingers to go to make it easier to pull out the insert page.


If you are keen to give this album a go, you can find the tutorial video here.

The next stop on the Blog Hop is the very talented Trish Rayfield.



Bye for now,

Tina


15 comments:

  1. Tina - this blows my mind!! It's fantastic! You are one talented lady :)

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  2. Tina this project is absolutely gorgeous. I agree that this paper is just perfect for a little's girl's BFF album. I am thinking this is another additional DSP pack that I am just going to have to have! I am definitely tagging this album idea to do in 2014, thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. I love your little album Tina and may have to give that a try. I'm not good at albums but this one is lovely.
    Mary

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  4. Lovely project Tina - and thank you so much for sharing how you did it. This would make a wonderful gift or treasure to keep. Chantell x x

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  5. Tina what a clever idea using the Punch board to make envelopes for an album. Must remember that and thanks for sharing the video tutorial. Will store that idea away!! The album is gorgeous. Such a treasure to keep.

    Jenny

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  6. I love your little album, what a great idea, for a gift.

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  7. Wow Tina this is totally awesome. I LOVE it. I'd really like to give one of these albums a try. Thanks for the tutorial link.

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  8. Tina you girls are crazy - these so much creativeness my minds a boggle, your envelope mini album is fantastic. Cheers

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  9. Tina, this is adorable! What a fabulous project, and great way to showcase the gorgeous new papers (and versatility of the EPB).

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  10. This is such an awesome little album. I am going to try this out. Such fun new papers too eh.

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  11. This is just stunning Tina! Love the peek at the finished page and your run through on how you made it. Ada will treasure this!! xxx

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  12. Your attention to detail is amazing Tina! This is one fabulous project and one l'd love to try one day!xx

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  13. Tina- This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! I love the colors. I can't wait to give it a try! Thanks for sharing:)

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous! I'm gonna have to try this one day!

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