Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Turkey on the Shelf Mini Album: Summary and Cover

Rather than worry about leaving space on each page for journaling, I chose to do a summary page at the end of the album. The journaling card is easily removed for easy reference.


I actually did the cover LAST. I used Little Yellow Bicycle's new canvas alpha stickers for the title, inking each one a different color to match the colors inside the album. I really like all of the seasonal colors together.


Here's a look back at all of the pages. They are all punched and ready to be bound. I also went back and added in a few embellishments here and there.




So there you have it. A completed album. Thanks so much for enjoying this project with me as it came together. :)
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18 comments:

  1. This is just sooooooooooo fun!! I love love love the cover!! Those stitched alphas are FABULOUS!!!!

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  2. AMAZING work, Lisa. Love this so much! You did a great job on all of this and I especially love the cover. Great idea to do the journaling on a summary page like that. Wow, this is really great and made me smile!

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  3. This is simply amazing! I love it all!

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  4. This is amazing!! Beautiful colors and details!

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  5. Great album! I 'm going to try something similar with the kids for Easter.

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  6. LOVE the cover and that flower. YUM. The album is so much fun.

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  7. What a FUN album - great time to look back at it next year. So FUN - enjoyed your pages :)

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  8. This is the coolest thing ever!! I love the turkey on the shelf idea and the album came together beautifully!

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  9. Adorable mini from start to finish!
    And I LOVE how you did the journaling!!

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  10. Thanks for sharing with us!! super fun and cute mini album!!

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  11. Your turkey on the shelf is such a cute idea and the mini book is fabulous. I enjoyed looking atthe pages. I always admore minis but when I finally went to make o!
    Mine was the chipboard album from the dollar bins at Michaels...trying to get the paper pages to stick to the chipboard was so hard. I glued with zip dry, I tried glue stick, mod podge, and finally tried Goldens Gel medium which I liked the best...but by then I was sick of my book and put it away!!! hahaha I had ruined so many pages by then it looked weird!

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  12. This has been a wonderful project. I've really enjoyed all your postings

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  13. The summary page is a great idea. So much fun to see the whole album together, what a wonderful project!

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  14. This is such a fun and fabulous project! Love to see all the pages together. The summary page is a great idea. :)

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  15. This is such a fun mini and a fun idea.
    I can tell you had a blast with this :)

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  16. I love this project so much, thank you for sharing it. I always make the cover last. Love the "summary page", what a fantastic idea!

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  17. Love how you've coloured the letters on the title page. Great work!

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