Sunday, January 27, 2013

Echo Park's Today's Story Mini Album

Hello..I'm back to share a mini book I created with Echo Park's Today's Story collection. My book showcases our store's trip to the summer CHA show in Rosemont last summer! I created this for design team at The Scrapbooking Studio!

For my book, I used the 5x7 Chipboard Binder from Maya Road.  I first misted the cover and pages with Studio Calico Mr. Huey in Token.  Then, I covered the front with patterned paper, coordinating cardstock sticker, a cute doily (which I also misted), and some bakers twine from Whisker Graphics.  My "cha" letters are American Crafts Thickers. 

This is a stamp set I ordered from Elle's Studio!

Part of our Bloomington staff!  Yay for being together (well at least for a bit)! 

This is one of the 4x6 cards that are part of the Photo Freedom.  I added some cardstock stickers, washi tape, and of course, stitching!

Part of the Moline gals! Love seeing them!

Here, I covered a 2x2 piece of patterned paper with washi tape, then punched through with my butterfly punch.  I added a small piece of turquoise bling in the center. 

I also misted a Studio Calico wooden veneer pennant and stamped a sentiment on top.

Malika and the awesome Amy Tangerine! In the lower left corner, I used one of the cardstock sticker tags.


Yay! I love we are in her booth!  The "enjoy the moment" circle is from Elle's Studio.

Love the little arrows that come with the collection.  I also used another cardstock sticker tag for journaling.

Here is another of the 4x6 cards.  I cut one of the smaller tags and adhered it on top to use for journaling. I added some fun washi tape and stamped a sentiment in the lower right corner.

For this page, I used very little patterned paper. I simply had a border and some washi tape then allowed my picture to take up most of the page. I stamped my sentiment directly onto the chipboard (the stamp comes from an Amy Tangerine collection)

For my last page, I again used one of the 4x6 journaling cards, adding  washi tape and one of the cardstock stickers. 
I hope this inspires you to document a fun trip or experience you had!  Thanks for reading! Jen

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