Hello there friends and crafty peeps! I’m back again to share another project with the amazing new collection Nightfall. I’m seriously swooning over this collection. It’s all the things I love….vintage and retro and Halloween!
Oh how I love a big chunky mini album! This one is a beast at 6 x 6 x 2 inches and it’s super heavy : )
I’ve added a garden of coordinating flowers layered over leaves and stars die cut from glitter paper and loopy twine bows.
Spiderwebs with a corner orientation create a nice frame for the focal images . That glitter spider is a spooktacular holiday embellishment.
Metal charms in Halloween themes hang from twine under a loopy bow of houndstooth ribbon.
Pockets in minis are a must to utilize all the real estate. You can also add additional mementos like tickets or other flat keepsakes.
Inside the pocket is a sweet little folded insert that adds loads of room for pictures and journaling.
This set of pages has a tip in to take advantage of the gorgeous vintage image. I clipped on a smaller image from the 6 x 6 paper pad to fill in the corner. Also it says witches better have my candy. When I ready that I about fell outta my chair laughing!
Here’s another pocket page. I added another of the smaller images and tucked in a glittey die cut star.
Waste not want not is my motto so I used up a bit of the scrap from cutting the patterned paper into the larger pages and tucked it into this insert.
Here’s another tip in image for this set of pages. I’ve also got a die cut frame accented with enamel dots and a sentiment from the sticker sheet.
The sentiment from this page is fussy cut from one of the larger vintage images. I’ve layered it over a sheet music topped die cut frame and die cut banner. Glitter stars and enamel dots are perfect embellishments for the inside of a book sine they are relatively flat.
The last set of pages has a large paper doily turned into a frame by topping it with patterned papers, a sweet little bow and another star.
Please enjoy this flip through video I’ve prepared…
Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) Ginny