Monday, May 7, 2018

Itty Bitty Album


Hi Friends
Sharing my first Mini Album made for the Mini Album Makers Challenge. This is a small album measuring just 3"x3.5" .....


I have used Kraft card stock to make this album and matted with DCWV The lace and Linen Stack. Distressed the pattern papers and used distress ink on the edges. 




The cover has a hand made oval frame made of clay and colored with Rose Gold Metallic lustre from DecoArt ,the doily die cut is also colored with rose gold wax.  some micro beads are added with Matte Medium and flowers are from Little Birdie Renae collection.......

linking to 

https://stamplorations.blogspot.in/2018/05/cutplorations-may.html....using Doily die cut in the background and the Metal butterfly 

  
Please do leave your comments. I would love to read what you say and I would love to visit your blog too !!

8 comments:

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Lovely vintage styled album!

yyam said...

Really pretty. LOVE the soft colour palette!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Oooh what a beauty this is Suman....I especially love the gorgeous color palette, the cover page and that gorgeous butterfly. I too am working on an album right now...never made many!! I also love that gorgeous organza ribbon you have used...it is so perfect
Cheers
Dr Sonia

Redanne said...

Oh my, this is such a pretty album Suman. I am so glad that you told us the size, I would never have guessed it to be so small - the cover is gorgeous and I love the beautiful paper you used throughout! Thanks so much for joining in at Mini Album Makers this month. Anne x

Craft-E-Place said...

Such a beautiful album ... you cover is full of so much interest and texture. Thanks for sharing with us at CUTplorations.
Elaine

Nancy Wethington said...

Your first mini?! Wow! You did an amazing job on this. Love the frame, doily and butterfly. Beautiful cover and the pages equally pretty. Thanks for sharing your talent on the Mini Album Makers Challenge blog.

Gio said...

How beautiful , romantic and elegant is this minialbum, Suman! Good luck with the challenge :-)
Ps: it takes just less then a minute to bake clay with a heat gun. But I noticed these are more fragile than baked in the oven.

Sharada Dilip acharya said...

This is totally amazing ! love every bit of it !
cheers

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