When I think back over the past year and the projects I’ve made, there are couple that really pop out in my mind as bringing me the most joy in creating them. While differing in style, they both are really very similar in that they are both very personal projects. They are both mini albums that I will keep and treasure.
Today I’d like to share one of those albums. It was created for the Moxie Fab World column in the September/October issue of Paper Crafts Magazine. Because of space and so many fabulous projects in this column, there’s only a couple pages of the album shown. I’ve had a few requests to see the rest of the album and so with Cath’s blessing, here it is…
I think the thing that I really loved about creating this album is that it’s of my family but also, it’s a quirky little album using playing cards and it is so small and cute. This album uses the Echo Park Paper Co. For the Record line and it makes it really easy for everything to coordinate.
Each card was chosen for a reason. The front cover card is a 7 for the number of people in our family.
Of course, my sweet hubby just had to be the king…
…and I’m his queen.
My oldest child, James, is the Jack.
My daughter comes next and as second child, she is on the 2 of hearts.
And then comes number four.
I thought about using a 5 of heart for my last child but he’s such a little bundle of personality, I just had to make him the joker.
After creating my little album and covering the pages with papers, photos and embellishments, I punched holes with my Crop-a-dile and then bound it together with some clips from the office store.
I hope you’ll make your own little mini album now. This one was super quick and fun to put together and you can make the pages from almost anything.