Tuesday, July 29, 2008

I’m Wild About Paper Bag Albums

If you haven't ever made a paper bag album before, then you are not alone. This was the first one I ever did, and boy are they fun! This is a mega make-n-take that was done with my Stampin’ Up stamper's club group. It was a fun way to say goodbye to a retiring wheel, In Color and the Bali designer papers and some other favorite ink pads. I used Stampin’ Up’s One of a Kind and Wild About You sets as well as some assorted punches. By using the stamp omission technique, you can make this album totally customizable to whatever you are Wild About. Whether it is a person, event or your favorite foods, this cute and colorful mini album has 10 inside pages, some flaps and pockets for you to store memorabilia, pictures, journaling and more. You can view a slideshow of this album below. To view at a larger size, click on the slideshow to go directly to Picasa. Or visit my Stampin’ Up gallery or website for pictures and information about the supplies used.

2 comments:

Ree said...

What a great project! I loved it so much that I've made 3 more since our class! (We had camp grandma with my 3 granddaughters last weekend and I made it a point to take lots of pix! I made one for each family and one for myself!) Thanks for your continuous inspiration and wonderful ways, Cheri!!

Susan Stringfellow said...

ok - that is way too cool! The album and the slideshow! LOL! I have only done one paper bag book and it didnt turn out this well. Loving all your new projects.