Hey friends! Brianna Lepper here today sharing a fun mini album using the September 2020 Kits along with the August 2020 Subscriber and Freebie cut files. The September Kits are absolutely beautiful and they are packed with so many fun products. I honestly wanted to use allll of the things!
For my cover, I used one of the exclusive 4×6 Pocket Life cards from the Pocket Life Kit and embellished it using elements from the Embellishment Kit. I added a couple of floral ephemera pieces from the Pinkfresh Studio Days of Splendor collection and for my title, I used a chipboard sticker from the Marigold collection by Crate Paper. I adhered everything to one of the wooden frames from The Avenue collection by Jen Hadfield.
For the first page, I used another 4×6 Pocket Life card as my base and added the Good Vibes freebie cut file that you can find here. I cut it on some plain white cardstock and did some ink blending on it to create an ombre look. I embellished using some pieces from both the Main and Embellishment Kits.
For my next page, I traced a large circle that measures right at 5″ in diameter using one of the Marigold patterned papers from the Main Kit. I added stitching to all of my pages, I just love the homespun look that the thread gives! For this page, I used the Floral subscriber cut file and backed it with vellum. I layered up some labels under my photo and added a few puffy stickers from the Marigold sticker book from the Pocket Life Kit.
I chose another Pocket Life card for my next page and used one of the cut outs from the Marigold patterned paper to make a tag mini within my mini album. I embellished using the Marigold chipboard sticker sheet as well as a few clear stickers from the sticker book.
Here’s a closer look inside the tag mini.
And the last page of that tag mini. Simple and fun!
For my next page, I created a banner using another Marigold patterned paper and layered my photo on the Hexagons subscriber cut file that I cut on some white cardstock from my stash. I used some stickers from the Main Kit to embellish and added another chipboard sticker as a simple title.
I drew and traced another large circle for my last page and used the Yes To Fun freebie cut file that you can pick up here. I backed the cut file using the same patterned papers that I was already using throughout this album. I fussy cut some houses from one of the papers and added a chipboard sticker and a few other stickers around the page.
I had so much fun creating and incorporating cut files into this mini album. Each cut file was sized to around 4″, super cute and small! I hope that I’ve inspired you in some way today. If you haven’t picked up the September Kits, definitely check them out! They are beautiful! Thank you so much for stopping by today, I’ll see you in my next post!