Seasonal Expressions 2 Blog Hop

Welcome to the Seasonal Expressions 2 Blog hop! This hop is to show off some of the new products in the new little book! I am LOVING it, and I am certain that you will as well! Today you should have arrived from Brenda’s Blog. If not, that’s ok, as it’s a big circle, so you will get there!

Today I have a super fun little mini album for you! I had so much fun putting this together! I just kept adding and adding and adding to it! If you have followed me for any amount of time, you know that I like to use our products in ways that most people don’t. Today, I didn’t use chipboard for the book, but multiple layers of our cardstock and liquid glass. You would never know, if I didn’t tell you, that there isn’t actually chipboard in this book!

The pages of this mini album are made out of envelopes from the value pack. I also used the card bases from the value pack as some of the flip pages. Look at how chunky this little thing is! I just love it!

I used the Fresh Air paper pack for this mini. I also included sheets of cardstock from Fresh Air Coordinating Cardstock pack. You will also see some of the New England Ivy Burlap Ribbon and the Fresh Air Compliments.

While this mini won’t fit full 4×6 photos, the photos could still be fairly large. There are so many flips and flaps in this little mini album!! Take a look at the video to see the whole thing!

Want to see all of the little bits and pieces? Check out the video!

Thanks again for stopping by! Next you will hop on over to Wendy’s blog. I’m certain that she will have some fun stuff for you too!

12 thoughts on “Seasonal Expressions 2 Blog Hop

  1. Allison Bunt

    Hi Michelle, Great Mini Album. I would love to know a little bit about how you created the spine, did you use the white daisy in multiple layers for it too? I have watched videos on creating a spine but haven’t made one yet. You may have just giving me the inspiration to have a go. Great Job my CTMH sister

    1. Michelle Post author


      Sorry for the delay! Yes, I did use the layered white daisy to create the spine as well! I would love to see what you make! I’m glad that I inspired you!


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