amazing and so beautiful!
AMAZING use of the JBS album! Wowzers!
Love your trick for repeating certain pages, and I'm always so interested to see what product you'll fabulously pull together!
This is fabulous, Jenny!
This is beautiful, Jenny! So fun to look at.
Project - Design School - Vintage Album
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Altered Projects
For this week's Design school I chose to focus on Continuity & Unity. When it comes to making mini albums (for me) these two concepts are key as well as repetition. As you look through the photos you will see many common items throughout. I typically will start with the cover and repeat the design on 2 interior pages usually page 3 and 5. On pages 2, 4 & 6 I will use other similar items or exactly the same to keep it unified. On this particular mini the cover and the end page are almost identical except I changed out the type of embellishment leaving the overall design the same. You'll also find both of the interior tags have the same design using canvas butterflies. A common item that pulls all the pages together are the vellum butterflies and hints of twine on several pages.
Mini Albums do not have to be a chore! Just remember to repeat your design concept. Use the same (or similar) elements on your pages and also remember your rule of odd numbers. My albums are almost always 6-8 pages. 1 being the cover (it doesn't count in my book) and then 5-7 pages inside.
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