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Fancy This: Snow Day Mini Album

This is a mini album that puts the focus on the photos. Each two page spread includes both a large print as well as a strip of contact prints of the same photo. This repetition makes the photos really stand out. Keep in touch with your great winter moments with a mini album!

Benedicte RaphalenSnow day

Fancy Pants Supplies:
Hot Chocolate: Wrapped in Chocolate patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: New Bird patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: January patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: Ice Mocha patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: Winter Park patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: Dark Chocolate patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: Cards patterned paper
Hot Chocolate: Element stickers
Hot Chocolate: Alpha Stickers
Tradition: Tags and Titles

Other Supplies:
white pencil

First your photos: Choose six photos taken on a winter day and print them on a landscape format (9cm *13cm), then print stripes of the same photo on a contact sheet format.


Cut rectangles (16cm *13 cm) and stick your biggest photos on them. Add scallops to the bottom edge of the paper with a border punch.


Stick your strips of similar photos on a coordinated paper that you’ve previously punched.


Repeat these steps for each of your photos.


Bind the pages together.
Embellish them trying to keep the unity and give a certain coherence to the overall album. To embellish the top of the pages, you can add a sticker and a piece of masking tape. Cut out the stars in the "New Bird" paper and stick a sentence from the "January" paper along the bottom.







For the cover, use the same embellishments: stickers, sentences from the "January" paper, punched edges...and finally place your title.


This mini album puts your most beautiful winter photos forward. It can also be adapted and suit other topics and styles - only the papers need to be replaced, the page settings can stay the same.

-Benedicte Raphalen

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