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Christmas Mini Mixable Little Bits Album

Hello! It's Jennifer and I'm on the blog today to share a fun mini album I  created just in time for the holidays!  Christmas is this week and I  love making scrapbook projects with holiday themed papers and embellishments! What I  love even more are Clear Scraps mini albums!  I  used the Mini Mixable Little Bits Album for my project!  It's only a mere 3.5 x 5 inches in size which perfect for wallet size photos! And it makes the best gift! 


I  love making additional pages for my mini albums. Here, I  used my Silhouette with patterned paper to create an envelope to insert a coordinating card.  


I  used my scallop circle punch and stapler to create a tab on my card. 


Each page alternates acrylic and chipboard as well as "cascades" to larger sizes.  I  used white acrylic paint to color my chipboard pages but opted to leave the acrylic bare.  


Inserting tags (or creating your own) are also a great way to add extra pages! 




Here is another envelope I  created with my Silhouette! 



Thanks for stopping by! Check out the large variety of Clear Scraps albums by clicking HERE!  Have a great day!

Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, chipboard, decorative buttons, stickers: Crate Paper; punches: Fiskars; stapler: Teresa Collins Designs; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; adhesive: Beacon, 3M; misc: Silhouette, chrome book rings, sewing machine




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