Monday, October 22, 2012

Red Victorian Retreat....

What a wonderful weekend!

All the ladies were awesome and so very talented.  I made many new friends and memories.  We had such a good time together.  I laughed until my cheeks hurt.

I can't wait to go again next year.....

Christmas album....

I also worked on a mini Christmas album while at the Red
Victorian retreat.  Again I used the Graphic 45 paper stack
called Christmas Emporium.  No need for a lot of embellishments with this paper, it is just too beautiful to cover up!

This album was designed by Terri Burnette, a designer and instructor at Scrappn' Savvy in Spring, Texas.  I used her album design and just changed up the paper, creating a totally different album.   If you ever get a chance to take one of Terri's classes, you won't be disappointed.  She is one talented and patient teacher. 

This album has only six pages.  The cover is made from chip board and the pages from card stock.  The slider page was the most difficult to make but the pocket and flap pages went together very quickly.

This was such a quick and easy album to make and will make a nice Christmas gift for someone special.  I just love the album design.

I hope you enjoy my Christmas album project......

Crayola boxes......

I made these two crayola box school albums at the Red Victorian retreat in Galveston this past weekend.

The box is made from card stock and covered with Graphic 45 patterned paper called An ABC Primer.  

There are six individual boxes inside that hold an accordion album, grades 1st through 6th with
enough spots for school photos, journaling, and other important grade level information.

I think it would be great to also use one spot for a handwriting sample. 

This was such a fun project and went rather quickly.  What do you think of my school albums?

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