Tutorial of the Week: BoBunny Weekend Market Mini Album Series 5

LouAnn Mini Albums, Tutorials

Happy Thursday, everyone!  Another week has flown by, and it is time for another episode of our mini album tutorial series.  This week, we will finish embellishing pages 2 and 3…and even get pages 4 & 5 done!  Woo-hoo!  I think we may actually be half way there now…lol!  Well, enough of my rambling…onto the good stuff…

Materials

  • colored cardstock to match envelopes used to create the pages
  • black cardstock
  • patterned cardstock
  • miscellaneous charms, brads, eyelets, pins and clips
  • Gold Gilding Flakes
  • Ranger Sticky Embossing Powder
  • E6000
  • Scor-tape
  • multi-purpose glue
  • Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink
  • Black Archival Ink
  • “Buccaneer Bay Blue” Lindy’s Moon Shadow Spray
  • “Dark Chocolate Truffle” Lindy’s Starburst Spray
From ButterBeeScraps:

Tools

  • paper trimmer
  • score board
  • eyelet setter
  • paper piercer
  • ruler
  • paper distresser
  • heat gun
  • pliers
  • Spellbinders die – Labels One

Instructions

Your weekly dose of viewing pleasure:

Measurements

This week, I added an interactive element on the remaining panel on page 2:

  • 8½” x 11″ black cardstock for the main pocket
    • score at 2½” and 8½” along the long side
    • score at 4″ and 8″ along the short side
    • cut as shown below
  • 5¼” x 6″ black cardstock for the vertical flap
    • score at 4¾” along short side

market-mini-5-2

…and, of course, you need mats for all the panels of our flippy floppy contraption:

  • 2 of 5¾” x 4½” for the front and back of the vertical flap
  • 1 of 5¾” x 3¾” for the main base
  • 4 of 2¼” x 3¾” for the horizontal flaps
  • 2 tags cut at 3¾” x 5½”

market-mini-5-4

I decided to add another small flap on page 4:

  • 1 of 6″ x 2¾” to create the flap
  • 2 of 5¾” x 2½” for the mats

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That’s it…we’re done another week 🙂  Next week, we’ll aim to get all of pages 6 and 7 embellished…and that will be no easy feat!  Thanks for popping by.  I hope you enjoyed the video and learned something new 🙂  Cheers!

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