Friday, February 1, 2019

February Mini Album Tutorials and Challenge

Happy February book makers!  We hope your year is off to a great start.  Thank you for your patience with the delay in announcing our November/December challenge winners.  We promise those will be forthcoming.  If you didn't get a chance to join our January challenge, please make sure to take a look back and see those fabulous entries.  We are thrilled to announce our latest DT member, Heather Maxwell of Vestige Blog.  Let's see what she and our other designers have created for our challenge inspiration...

Heather


Sometimes it's fun to work small. This sweet little journal is made starting with a kit from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts. I then had a lovely time adding and embellishing. Come visit my blog to see how I did it.


Inna


Hello friends! I made a mixed media cover for notebook and recorded a video tutorial for you.  Hope this video will be useful for you.  Subscribe to my channel.


Anne


Each year I like to make a mini journal / diary to keep notes, thoughts and appointments in.  If you would like to see more of my project, please visit HERE for more detail.


Nancy

Mini books don't have to be complicated to assemble.  This is so easy to create.
With just a few rings, an easel-type construction and the size pages you want
you can create your own easel flip book.  Please visit my site to see each page.


Jennie


If you are like me and love making ATCs it is great to have a mini album to showcase some of your favourites. I have made this mini book using envelopes which was fun and quick to make and of course easy to decorate as the ATCs were all ready to stick in.   Do join me over on my blog if you would like to see more.


Gina

This adorable album is created using the newest album kit from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts and features flip panels with a shaped edge.  Check out my post to see the kit and how I decorated mine.


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and the super talented Kae Pea aka Kristen Powers.

You probably are aware of her amazing rubber stamps,  as well as her stencils
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Our challenge follows a few simple rules:
Any Handmade Book Goes.  Enter any form of handmade mini albums, scrapbooks, journals and book arts.  Our focus is on completed works, so no layouts or journal spreads that are not part of a complete handmade book project.  You do not have to provide a tutorial, but we wish you would.  Feel free to use one of the DT tutorials to make your project and give proper credit where due.  No back linking allowed.  You must add our badge to your post and link to our challenge to be eligible to win the prize.  Combine with any other challenges as applicable.  Please limit to entering 3 (three) handmade books per month in our challenge.  Permalinks only and no back linking.  Share the love by visiting and commenting on other entries.  Please become a follower.  That's it - have fun!

* Make sure to add our badge to your post *
and link back to our challenge. 



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Submit your entries to our Facebook page for extra love.
Tag us @minialbummakers with your entries on Instagram for a repost.

Please note: This is a public blog and by linking your project you agree to have your name, blog link and the creation you linked shown on this blog and other Mini Album Maker Challenge social media sites. If you do not agree to this, please do not join in the challenge. Also, remember that any comments and/or linked projects left on this blog will be visible/clickable by third parties as this blog is public.  Email addresses are required for entry by InLinkz and accessible to this blog's moderators.  Your email address may be used to contact you regarding your entries.  We will not share your information willingly for any other purposes.  (This was posted to be in compliance with the new GDPR law that will soon become effective in the EU, and will also apply to blogs located in the US if blog visitors reside in the EU.)

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7 comments:

  1. Absolutely charming creations, my ladies!

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  2. More amazing creations to delight our eyes. Thank you for the inspiration ladies.
    I look forward to stopping by to see much more this February.
    Creative Hugs Tracey x

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  3. A huge welcome to Heather! Wonderful projects, as always, teamies! Hugs, Anne xx

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  4. Wonderful mini albums from the DT as always, can't wait to pop around to see all of the details! Just added mine, thanks for the inspiration (and just a heads up, the verifying process for your inlinkz widget is not working with Facebook but I was able to enter by verifying with Google, I've let inlinkz know as well xo). Deb

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    1. I'm so sorry about this issue. I'm sure that InLinkz is working towards a fix. They've just migrated to a new system and it's an annoyance for us all, but hopefully will improve the service with time. We are thrilled to see your entry Deb! Hugs, Autumn

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