Holiday Mini Album

Hi Everyone, I have a 3D project to share today, featuring the all new World of Good Suite of products. This suite of products includes a specialty DSP which is just gorgeous – 4 of the pages have got Brass Foil through them which gives them a very old world kind of look.

As soon as I saw this paper I wanted to make a mini album. I had seen this design on Pinterest by Noor! Design and I loved it, it definitely fitted the brief of being mini so wouldn’t take days to complete and I also loved that I could make it using A4 sized card stock instead of needing 12″x12″ card stock.

Earlier this year we took a family holiday to Japan, primarily to ski but we also visited Disneyland and a few other places along the way. We managed to just squeeze it in before Covid-19 took hold and shut everything down. It was a fabulous holiday which we all loved. We will definitely go again to ski, the snow was amazing. It was our kids first time seeing snow and thankfully they loved it too.

The album is constructed in four pieces which is why it makes it easy to construct using standard A4 (or US Letter) sized card stock. The four main pieces are as follows:

  • Base: 10 3/4″ x 5 1/4″ scored on the long side at 5 1/4″, 5 1/2″
  • Top Flap: 3 1/4″ x 5 1/4″ scored on the short side at 1/2″, 3/4″
  • Side Flaps: 5 1/4″ x 3 1/8″ scored on the short side at 1/2″ – You need 2 of these pieces.

With these pieces cut, stick the side pieces and the top flap down onto the base piece. You’ll notice that the base piece and the top flap have scoring to allow for a bit of thickness to the album. If you want to really embellish pockets and add lots of extra items you might want to allow for a little more here. Decorate it as you like, I have used a magnet closure to keep the top flap down.

If you have any questions about this album please do get in touch – leave a comment or use my contacts. I hope you have enjoyed this project.

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