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Easy Peasy Chipboard Mini-Album | Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, & Part 4

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Today Maymay shows you how to make this cute purse mini-album.  We also have a free PDF pattern and SVG for you guys!  Click here for the PDF and here for the SVG 1, SVG 2, SVG 3 there are three SVG's for the purse as the patterns are big.  The PDF has all three pages in one file.

 

Products Used:
Dahle Vantage 12 x 18 Cutting Mat
Forward with Faith Echo Park Collection Kit 12 x 12
Let's Travel Carta Bella Collection Kit 12 x 12
Cricut Basic Trimmer 12"
 Chipboard Black 12 x 12
Tim Holtz Titanium Shears 9.5"
Pen Blade
Art Glitter Glue
Craft Designer Plastic Purse Handle
1.5" Book Rings
Crop-A-Dile Hole Punch
1 x 1 Clear Acrylic Block
Sticky Tape 5mm
EK Success Bone Folder 
Embossing Stylus Set 
Magnetic Discs Large
Tim Holtz Ruler 12 Inch
 
Note: 
- Maymay used two 12 x12 Paper Packs 
- 3 pieces of 12 x 12 Chipboard
 
Directions:
- Print PDF Pattern on Cardstock
- Cut pattern out
- Trace onto Chipboard
- Cover with Cardstock
 
For Sides:
- Make a cut mark at 5/8" halfway through your chipboard
 
For Top:
- Come in 1" on both side and make a line
- With the 3/16" side of hole punch set it at 3/4" and sink chipboard to 3/4" stopping point and line up on 1" line and punch your hole
 
Binding Strips:
- 7" x 1" for sides score at 1/2", Need 2 pieces
- 9" x 1" for the bottom score at 1/2", Need 2 pieces

 

Part 2



Today Maymay shows you how to do the album portion of your Easy Peasy Chipboard Purse Mini-Album.  It is super cute!

Products Used:
Dahle Vantage 12 x 18 Cutting Mat 
Cricut Basic Trimmer 12"
T-Square 12"
Crop-A-Dile Hole Punch and Eyelet Setter
Pen Blade
12 x 12 Let's Travel by Carta Bella
Cardstock 100lb by Brutus Monroe - Midnight, Alabaster
Action! Stamp Set
Versafine Black Onyx 
Embossing Powder Prep Inkadinkado
Cutter Bee Scissors
Score Board 
Embossing Stylus Set
Sticky Tape 5mm
1 x 1 Clear Acrylic Block
3/4" Scallop Punch
EK Success Bone Folder
Border Punch
Anchored Stamp Set
Fiskars Stamp Block Set
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad - Medieval Blue
Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape
Art Glitter Glue
Doodad
Corner Chomper Crop-A-Dile
Lawn Trimmings Hemp Cord
Magnetic Small Discs
Magnetic Large Discs
 
Measurements:
- Pages - 6 3/4" x 8" (Need 5 Pages)
- Come in 1 1/2" on both sides and make a line about 1/2" deep
- Set Crop-A-Dile to 1/2" deep on 3/16" side, line up and punch your hole 
- Use page as a template to mark holes for other pages
 
Decorate Your Pages:
- Choose your paper and cover pages then hole punch
Page 1
- Cut Midnight Cardstock to 4 1/4" x 6 1/4"  
- Cut Alabaster Cardstock to 4" x 6"
Page 2
- Large Pocket Piece 9" wide
- Score 1/2" on sides and across the bottom
- Small Pocket Piece - Score 1/2" on sides and on the bottom
- Miter Corners on both pieces and then apply sticky tape
- The red strip is 8" wide for the bottom of page
- The yellow strip is 8" wide
Page 3 
- 12" piece of cardstock, score every 4"
Page 4 & 5
- Waterfall Album: Cut 9 pieces that are 5" x 4"
- Score 8 pieces 3 1/2" in on the 4" side
- Magnet Closure: 8 1/2" scored at 1"
- Maymay used small magnets but would consider changing to large

 

Part 3

 Today Maymay works on more of the purse album!  She shows you how to use scrap paper to make pockets and photo albums.

Part 4

Today Maymay shows you how she decorates the outside of her Purse Mini-Album!

Supplies Used:

20mm Double Sided Sticky Tape

Tim Holtz Non-Stick Micro Serrated Mini Snips 5"

1.5" Basic Expressions Ribbon

Cricut Basic Trimmer

EK Punches Dotted Scallop Edge Punch

Pen Blade

 

4 Brown Strips: 1 1/2" x 11"

Glued 3/4" in from corner point


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6 comments

  • This is really cute! I took a class with Heartfelt Creations about a month ago that was a similar album, but a bird house. Same concept but hard to figure out how to glue it together. This can be decorated to look like a bird house without the handle on it, and that is what I am going to try and do. I could do it as the purse and call it Great Great Grandma’s ( ). I can’t remember the old name that people called a purse. I’m doing an album of just my daughter’s great grandfather’s side of the family and I have 5 generations of wedding rings coming down that branch to give her. I am so glad you showed this! I can’t talk to you on crafter after or anything, because Facebook always tells me I don’t have a name!!

    Marie Mar on

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