Happy 4th of July!
Since it is past July 1st and I can now show you NEW products from the NEW Stampin’ Up! Idea Book & Catalog, I’m doing a requested project video today.
This is the mini album we made on the SU incentive trip to Alaska a few weeks back. I got so many requests how to make it so here it is:
I’ve also uploaded the PDF with written instructions given to us by Stampin’ Up, who created the project for us. You can download and print HERE.
Happy Stamping !
Thank you very much for doing this in PDF!! For some reason, You Tube never completes a video for me.
What a cute project! Thank you for providing the PDF and video tutorial – can’t wait to try it!
Wow, thank you so much for the video. I had seen this somewhere else, but I guess I missed the cutting to 9″ part, and couldn’t figure out how it folded up.
great tutorial & thanks for sharing the pdf.
Linda I love this mini album! Very clever…so glad you posted how to make this. Going to try it myself!
Wow! Love this! Thanks for the great tutorial!
Happy Independence Day! I’ve been playing with the mini album and discovered a couple of things I would share. The album definitely works best with the textured card stock. It scores, creases and folds nicely, unlike regular card stock that just seem too bulky for this job. You can also use Designer Series Paper, but be careful when scoring those lines so you don’t cut all the way through. Last, watch the great video Linda put together and print out the directions. Thanks again for sharing this fun project. I’m now going to check out StampingSchool.com!
Thanks, Wendie! It’s true, that SU card stock is really sturdy but can be tough to fold so many times. Let me know how you like the one with DSP in Stamping School!
Thanks so much for sharing this great little album. I had a go at making one when I first saw your post, but soooo much easier when you have the instructions & your awesome video. Inky wishes, Di