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March 4, 2013

Mini Gate album

Good Morning!

This is Jen from 3Cats and a Bug.  Thank you again Pam for inviting me to be on your design team!
I wanted to make something for my Mom-in-law, but I wanted to do something different.  I looked around the web and checked out You-tube and decided on a mini gate album. One of the video's I looked at can be found here.    It's taken me 4 days to complete my album, but only because I didn't add all the stickles and liquid pearls until after I put the book together.  (Next time I won't make that mistake!) A quick picture of the cover before I start explaining how I made this.


{You can click on the picture to see in greater detail}

I started out with my front cover, and cut two pieces of chip board cut at 4.5 X 6.
I cut my back cover at 6 X 9.  For my inside page, I just used the back 12 X 12 pieces of my DCWV paper packs, I didn't need the inside pages to be any thicker than that.

I cut a total of 6 pieces of 4.5 X 6 (2 were for the front cover!)
I cut 4 pieces of 6 X 8 for long pages.

I did mine a little differently, I used 2 4.5 X 6 pages for my cover, then layered 2 6 X 8 pages (one on the right and one on the left), then 2 4/5 X 6 pages,  2 more 6 X 8 pages and 2 more 4.5 X 6 pages and then the back cover.  Except for the covers, every page has pockets, either from patterned paper or vellum on the 6 X 8 pages.  





(I put blank placers in for my MIL, so she can add her own pictures or whatever she wants.  She  turned 89 on Feb. 28th, so I wanted to make it as easy as possible for her!)













And finally the back page!
Have an awesome day!

6 comments :

Adele Karabadji said...

Your album is simply beautiful, I love everything about it
TFS
Hugs
Adele

Michelle said...

This is lovely, full of such beautiful detail.

Audrey Frelx said...

It looks just beautiful! Love papers and colors!

Karon said...

Oh my goodness - this is gorgeous. I love all the details and the papers. TFS

Deanna said...

OMG I love the paper and the project. Can you tell me where that paper is from???? You can email me at deannamulder @ msn.com

Pam said...

This is fabulous! Each page so beautifully decorated. You did a great job and I am sure your MIL loves it. TFS
Hugs
Pam

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