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3 Easy 4×4 mini albums – Video Tour 2

Here is the second of three short videos (this one is 2 and a half minutes), taking a look at three mini albums I made using only one piece of 8×8″ cardstock each and some patterned paper.  I didn’t have anything else to hand when I made these mini albums apart from scissors and some double sided tape, oh and I borrowed a pencil too! 

This little book was designed with little boys in mind!  A nice boyish theme the papers being from ”Hopscotch”, a 6×6″ pad of papers by K&Co.

Easy, Quick Mini Album for a Boy

I made these albums to be sold, so I have left areas blank for photographs and journaling, and I will be putting little blank rectangles of paper to show where things should go.  After all… a lot of people don’t even know what scrapbooking is (amazingly enough! lol) Below is a picture of all three of the albums.

3 Easy Mini Albums by SundayL

The first of the videos is HERE and shows the little album on the left in the picture above.  Next time I will show you the one on the right!

3 comments to 3 Easy 4×4 mini albums – Video Tour 2

  • Another fab idea,thankyou,this will certainly come in handy for a number of occasions.x

  • Sheila

    Hi Sunday

    I just stated scrapbooking and am an addict now and love your ideas and inspirations :) .

    How much is your mini album which is featured here and where do u sell it?

    Thanks Sunday



  • Hello Sheila,
    Although I mentioned in the video/ blog post I was going to sell these albums, I haven’t marketed them yet, as in the UK people are not sure what scrapbooking is and to be honest I thought showing people on here would be sufficient. They are easy to make. Have a go.

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