Minialbums are perfect memory keepers

So many photos. So little time. And I have several years of trips I haven’t documented. But to make full size scrapbooking LOs of them would be exhausting. Minialbums though…. Today I will show you real quick my latest little album.

Type of project: minialbum
Occasion: trip
Style: romantic
Techniques used: fuzzy cutting, waterfall technique in making the pages
Decoration: ephemera
Main colour: pink
Media used: patterned paper
Equipment used: scissors, scoreboard

I modeled this minialbum from a  gate folded card template with a butterfly at the gate. I scored extra lines to make space for  the waterfall of pages.

The album fit ten small pages approximately 10*5 cm each.

I decorated the front of the album extensively with ephemera, fuzzy cut objects from paper and chipboard.

Here you can see the inside of some pages.
I just love the petite design of the pages. I use Canon Selphy photo printer to print the photos in a fitting size.

Making a minialbum also gives you an opportunity to adapt shape and decorations of the album itself to the occasion.  In this I tried to capture a romantic weekend to Wien filled with art and culture.

These are also a nice size to leave on the coffee table to flip through and remember.
Hope this inspires you to have a try!