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Mini Album Video Series #1

I get lots and lots of emails on how I cover my mini's, so I decided we needed a mini album series.

I have 4 videos filmed and I have at least one more that I want to do. You will see a new video everyday for the next 4 days and each one will show you something new on the basics of how I make my mini albums. I hope you enjoy them.

At the end of the series and if you have any questions on something I missed or didn't cover, feel free to email me. Please us my Yahoo email as for my other one doesn't always work :(

So here we go....




Supplies: 12x12 Chipboard cut down to 4x6, Pattern paper cut to 4x6. X-acto knife, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, Basic Grey Precision file system (or nail file), Brayer.

35 comments

  1. Great video idea Christina, I am looking forward to watching all of them. Thanks-Linda

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  2. Yayyyy, a video everyday, can't wait, first one is awesome, can't wait to see how it turns out.

    PennyG

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  3. Great....I have just started on myself.....and wish now I had a waited....but nothing that I cant fix.....I didn't even thing to use my brayer.....great tips.....thank you so much for this......

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  4. Yay because I just bought a bunch of chip board albums and cut outs. :).

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  5. so glad you are doing this series. I'm anxious to see how you put it all together.

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  6. Alright!! Cant wait for the rest of the videos! Thanks for doing this for all of us. TFS, Cindy

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  7. Thanks so much for the video! Can't wait to see the next one!!

    Thanks again!
    ~KristinaH

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  8. Thanks so much for shareing. I have never seen this done before. Will tune in to see the rest...\

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  9. Love the video! Thanks for doing these!! :)

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  10. This video series is off to a great start! I'm looking forward to giving this a try. Great gifts!!!
    Heather M.

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  11. Thank you Christina for a great video. Can’t wait to see the rest.

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  12. thank you for sharing! I've been wanting to start a mini album and I think this video series is going to give me that little bit of inspiration I'm needing.

    Thank you for sharing! I love your blog and your videos.

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  13. You are making me a K&Co believer! I'm going to check it out then next time I go paper shopping! TFS

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  14. Never thought I'd be interested in making a Mini Album, but I think your video has me hooked now. It's not as difficult as I thought. Thanks...Cira
    Belair211@gmail.com

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  15. I have done some mini albums, but you never know when you can learn something new. Sure enough, I did! Never thought to use a brayer, great idea!

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  16. What a great idea for a series. Thanks so much. I really enjoy your blog and videos. Can't wait for the rest...
    Sheri :)

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  17. I have so been waiting for this series.
    Love the first one. Can't wait until tomorrow.

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  18. I learn something new from you very day! Thanks Christina.

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  19. Thanks for sharing Christina because I just went to Michaels and bought some of those books and was not sure how to cover them. Thanks again for sharing

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  20. fab u lous! i have done one page of a mini album and had no clue what i was doing and today i already have learned tons! thank you, you are a natural teacher!

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  21. Thanks so much for taking the time to share with us. I too picked up some of these at Micheals for 50 cents. See ya tommorrow for part two.
    Thanks
    Donna

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  22. Wow this is neat. I love that you are doing it set by step. I am looking forward to step two.

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  23. I, too, have been waiting for the bug to start me doing a mini album. It will be interesting to see what all goes into doing one. TFS!

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  24. Thanks, Christina! I really want to try out the minibook. I appreciate all the tips!~Libby Chibe

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  25. Way cool I have a scrapbook bag this color!!!

    K & Co. one of my favorite paper designers.

    Thanks so much for the brayer tip!

    -christine

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  26. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you
    :-)
    I have been waiting for a video on mini books starting for the beginning
    you are the best :-) can't wait to the next on

    Barbara

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  27. Thanks for showing us. How did you cut the chipboard and where did you get that exacto knife?

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  28. Great video, I am looking forward to more!
    Carrie

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  29. ooooh, can't wait to see ALL of them!!! LOVE that paper!!:)
    big hugs,
    Emma:)

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  30. Great showing the video step by step I have wanted to do this but did not know how so this will encourage me to make a one.

    What is the black matt that you use? I like that you work on it but can cut on it also and seem durable. Thanks

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  31. I am really glad that you are doing this series. I look forward to ALL your videos. Thanks!!!


    Marilyn C.

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  32. Great video! You reminded me to use my brayer to securely adhere the 2 layers. :^D

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  33. I have never made a mini album so loving this series of videos, they are so easy to follow too. Thanks for sharing.
    Kim xXx

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  34. I just want to add my thanks for your tutorial. You do a great job of explaining steps. I always learn something!

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