Sailboat Vacation Mini By Pinky
Trinket Box

Build It Your Way Binder

Hello!  Jennifer here to share my project with one of my favorite Clear Scrap products! I am a huge fan of the Build It Your Way Binders and love creating mini books with them!  I used the 7.5x7.5 Small Acrylic Binder with the BIYW Acrylic Fun Tabs as my pages.  I wanted to make a mini book documenting my mission trip to Haiti this past spring!




For my cover, I used the 12 inch Chevron Mascil (another one of my favorites!) with modeling paste and a bit of spray ink! 


Here is my final effect! I lightly added yellow spray ink before lifting the Mascil.  


Here are my acrylic pages that I covered with patterned paper and embellished.  I also love to use tags, envelopes, and other inserts as pages! You can go to my blog and see more photos! 







Thank you for stopping by today!  Be sure to check out the different sizes of Build It Your Way Binders as well as many other acrylic AND chipboard albums! 

Have a wonderful day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, chipboard, die cuts, stickers, ephemera: Crate Paper; enamel dots: Teresa Collins, My Minds Eye; washi tape: Teresa Collins, Freckled Fawn, Bella Blvd; envelopes: Pebbles, Maya Road; stamps: American Crafts; wood veneer: Heidi Swapp, My Mind's Eye; letter stickers: American Crafts, Studio Calico, Sassafras Lass; journaling pen: American Crafts, misc: doily, thread, sewing machine, typewriter. 





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Jenn, your layouts and photos are great and really take advantage of the Clearscrapsattributes.
Waiting for more from you. Janna in Streator.

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