Simple Star Mini Album

This simple Star mini album is one of the easiest mini album to make but the effect is definitely a wow effect. The fun thing about it is that you can do it with your kids or grandkids and watch their eyes open with wonder. All you need for this project are 3-4 A4 (8 1/2″ X 11″) papers. They don’t even have to be double sided. It’s actually a great project to use some of your unwanted papers. I took a few 12×12 papers I didn’t need and cut them to size. 

I was going over my archives, doing a little spring cleaning and came across this project from a long time ago. I remember the nice lady who showed me how to create this simple star mini album. I lost touch with her and can’t remember her name. As you know I don’t like to keep things to myself so I decided to share it with you. 

 

star mini album

 

Simple Star Mini Album

I think the photos explain it very well but I’ll be happy to answer any question you have. Just leave them in the comments.

This simple star mini album is best displayed open. This way you can enjoy the star effect you get with all the pages go around like a big shiny star. I remember this was one of the projects i really liked making because it made me think how much i love paper. It looks like a fragile, tearable thing with nothing mush to offer but paper is not only amazing it’s so versatile and pretty. I’m sure I don’t need to tell you these things because you are paper fans like me, otherwise you would not have been here right?

What was the project that made you a paper fan?

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3 comments on “Simple Star Mini Album

  • Bronwen Maxwell says:

    See the third picture in the middle row? Don’t go any further. Punch some holes in the middle square, cover with translucent paper, embellish and decorate, pop in a battery operated tealight and you have an awesome candle! I made these books for kids for years, and couldn’t believe I’d been looking at it for so long and never saw a candle! It was featured in Cloth Paper Scissors magazine. Now I always see a candle! 🙂

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  • barb macaskill says:

    LOVE this and am definitely going to be making one or two or ten!! Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial!!

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  • Christine linnett says:

    Thank you for everything you share x I love your projects – I love watching your videos and I love your voice x you are so easy to listen too.
    Christine from England.

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