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Location: Orem, UT

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Fresh Squeezed Mini Album Tutorial by Jamie Harper

Jamie Harper is going to show you how to turn a clear acrylic album into a beautiful creation using the Fresh Squeezed line!

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Jamie

Supplies: Strawberry Spread Paper (35667) - Fresh Squeezed, Orange Marmalade (35663) - Fresh Squeezed, Rasperry Jam Paper (35661) - Fresh Squeezed, Plum Schmear Paper (35665) - Fresh Squeezed, Basket (42237) - Remarks Stickers, Cupboard Raspberry (53311) - Thickers, Bushel (42238) - Remarks Dimensional Stickers

Gather your supplies first!

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Start with the first page. Create so that there is some empty space for the layers to show through the page. Start with a bottom base. The patterned paper is on the front of the page and the turquoise paper is on the back. Next add a photo to the front page and add your Thickers under the photo. To finish the first page, add an embellishment.

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The second page is pretty easy, you just want to be sure that you cover any adhesive. So add another photo the same size to cover the backside of the photo on the front. Add a sticker and journaling.

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For the third page, again, a photo in the bottom right corner (use the front page as your guide for placement of the photo) then add a strip of paper to the top of the album and a sticker to the left side. On the back side add a circle behind the sticker. On the back side add a strip of patterned paper to the bottom.

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On the fourth page add a sticker to the center of the circle and add a photo to match the backside of the photo.

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Thanks for stopping by and learning more about creating with clear mini albums!

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