I'm working on a tea pot mini album for a family friend. The mini shape is a chipboard album from Michael's that you can find in the dollar bins. I've heard that some are finding them for $.50.
My method for covering the mini is to cut out a piece of designer paper that would be large enough to cover the mini. I glue my pattern paper to the chipboard and then use an x-acto knife to trim the edges. You could also trace the shape onto your pattern paper, trim, then glue. I find for me it's better to use the x-acto knife. I'm not good with scissors. LOL
Don't ya just love that little flower. No it's not a Prima. I made it. I'll be back this weekend with a video on how to make this flower. It's super easy...
Supplies for mini cover: K&Co. Black and Ivory pattern paper, Prima Lace (thanks T), Thicker raw chipboard, Black and Bronze Martha Stewart extra fine glitter, Vintage Cream Paper Trey Ink cardstock, Tea Pot chipboard shape, Black Soot Distress Ink.