Saturday, 9 March 2013

PP February 2013 Kit Club Bonus Project Mini Album

This last week, Kathy published to the Paper Phenomenon December 2012 to February 2013 Kit Club web site the bonus project for February. Kathy has titled it 9 to 5. I was very exited with this project and for the first time ever made it along with Kathy.  It only took me a couple of days to construct the album and matt it, but I decided to do it a few hours at a time.  Besides, I also had to wait for all the video tutorials to be uploaded.

I have used Kaisercrafts "The Lake House" collection paper pack. I used the whole collection pack, with the exception of the sticker sheet, though I did use an element of that for the cover.  I had also purchased a few extra sheets that don't come in the collection pack.  The mini album took about 20 pieces of cardstock to construct and I used approximately another 10 pieces of cardstock for tags.  The brads and paper clip style closures are from Stampin' Up!

It think this is a beautiful album and I had heaps of fun making it.  I believe the whole construction of the albums, or more appropriately all of Kathy's projects is what I enjoy the most.

Below are the photos I've taken, but I've also done a quick YouTube video.  To view my YouTube video click here.

 View of front cover
The roses in the bottom left are from the sticker sheet
 Front cover with tag sticking out of pocket
Martha Stewart Daisy Fan large punch used
 First flap / pocket on cover page
Second flap / inside of cover page
 Third flap with 4"x6" photo pockets
 View of gatefold belly band pockets
 Gatefold belly band pockets opening
4"x6" pockets
3 belly bands under 4"x6" pocets
Back cover of mini album
Cheers FiLoMa


Elle said...

Looks lovely Fiona.

Inkyfingers said...

Oh wow, this is just beautiful, and was well worth the time it must have taken.

Mardi said...

Oh wow this is beautiful . Love the paper used. This it where I have alot of problems,putting the papers in to where they look good,it doesn't help I'm green color blind,that messes me up some. But really love how yours came out. Thanks for sharing.