Interactive pockets mini album

You all know how much I love creating interactive mini albums, well…this case is no different. This time it’s a Basically Bare DT project with the Krafty Keepsakes vintage mini album, which is a really fun envelope mini album that is just waiting to be played with!

First I had to remove the rings binding so it’ll be easier to work with the envelopes and later cover them with paper. Then I started to create my pockets. The idea was to add more pockets to the original pocket which is the envelope itself.

I folded each envelope in a different way creating 4 interactive pages full of pockets. Then I started covering them with Bo Bunny The Avenues patterned paper.

Finally I added embellishments from the collection as well as metal clocks, tabs and Prima flowers. I also created tags for journaling to go into the tags.

Make sure to watch the step by step video tutorial to see how I created the different pockets.

Have fun  creating!

2 comments on “Interactive pockets mini album

  • Absolutely beautiful album & so creative with how you formed the pockets! Oh the dark blue cut out from paper & shutters ~ delightful! May I ask one question? Apologies if you mentioned it already. To put holes back in, did you use a Cinch? They looked so perfect & exact to original, can’t think how else it’s done.
    Thank you for the enormity of sharing you have done! Caroline


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