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The Second Mini Book

How great are mini books for stash busting? I have been so inspired by some links my friend Lesley posted on her face book, that I have made two this week. The second one was inspired by this video. I loved the Tattered Time papers, how cool is this album but as I am trying to use up existing stash I talked myself out of ordering it. I did have the All about Boys stack kicking around so that's what I used. I love this little album so much I just keep flipping through the pages and there are no photos to look at!
the first page (on the right) the flap lifts up and the klonk, bang page folds down to show pages that hold 4 photos
 the left page (checked) is a pocket to slide a photo/tag under the strip, the right side has the yellow mat for a photo and the blue border folds down
 the black piece on the left is a photo mat the piece on the right fold out to hold 2 more pictures
 the left is a plain page, on the right the strip folds down and then the light bulbs flap folds up for two more photos
 The left is a pocket and the right is the same as the superman page above, all of the following pages are a repeat of the above, just covered with different papers.
 
 
 
 
I know want to make it again, can you imagine how beautiful it will be in the Mariposa papers. So I've given in and bought them, I know I said I wouldn't but this is going to be gorgeous!. This weekends task is to make the book again.

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