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Hey there! Jennifer here and today I am sharing a mini album that I created using ThermOWeb adhesive and Bella Blvd. I also used a file folder (the black and white striped base) and a file clip from the office supply store. I have been scrapping the heck out of these photos of my son at Halloween last year. I just don’t know if I can top the cuteness of this costume for this year!

To create this DIY album, I cut a piece from the file folder, then trimmed my paper layers up and stacked them together.  I used the Crop-a-Dile to punch through all the layers then added the fastener.

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I used 3D Foam Squares for the front of the album since I wanted some dimension. Supertape is also fabulous for chipboard pieces! I layered this page up with die cuts, chipboard and stickers.

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I kept this page simple with a journaling card, some stickers and a chipboard piece. The Tape Runner XL is my best friend when doing these types of projects.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you’ve gotten some good Halloween inspiration for your own projects and I hope you will try this mini album technique soon! Happy scrapping!

1 Comment on Get Spooooky With A Halloweeen Mini Book

  1. Linsey
    October 16, 2014 at 12:58 pm (6 years ago)

    Super cute and fun project Jenn! TFS 🙂

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