Sunday, August 18, 2013

Artbooking in August Week 3 - Mini Album

This is our 3rd Monday for Artbooking in August!  I hope you are being inspired by all of the creativity!  If you are just joining me, each Monday in August over 30 consultants are creating either a card, a layout, a mini album or a 3-D object with the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge.

This hop is one big circle so when you get back to me you know you have completed the hop.  If you have come here from Cassandra Bennett's blog you are on the right track!

This week I'm sharing a mini-album I created using our new Designed Decor' Flip Stand (Z1896). This clear acrylic stand is great for displaying photos up to 6 1/2 x 5 3/4.  The stand has a slot for inserting a background image or photograph.    I created my stand to represent my 10 Reasons I Love being a Close To My Consultant!

I used Chantilly Paper (X7163B).  I used various pages from the Artbooking mini album pages.












Now hop on over the Adeline Brill's Blog and see what she has for you!




12 comments :

  1. Fantastic project!! My Flip stand is sitting next to my desk all naked! I do need inspiration...

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  2. What a great idea to create interest in becoming a consultant! The flip stand makes a great way to display it during a gathering. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Betty

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  3. Awesome recruiting visual!! TFS!

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  4. What a great tool for your business! It's so cute, everyone is going to want one!!

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  5. This is an excellent way to multitask... I may have to borrow this ideas as next week will be my mini album challenge. I love this idea!

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  6. Great idea! If I saw that book, I'd join:)

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  7. What a fab way to share CTMH! I love it. You are so very creative!

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  8. This is very pretty. Chantilly is one of my favorites.

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  9. This is a great project. Thanks for sharing

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  10. What a great idea to use for gatherings and recruiting! Very pretty!

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  11. Can I ask: how did you deal with the different punched hole widths? I really struggled and had to hand punch extra holes which looks messy.

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    1. Karen. I believe for this mini album I also hand punched some of the holes. I covered up the ones that weren't place correctly.

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