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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Mini Photo Album
Happy Hump Day! I was looking for a quick project the other day and come across this mini album. I have had some pictures that I have been meaning to print and send out to a relative, this was the perfect push to finally get that done. This album comes with eight pockets, intended to be used for photos or life cards and measure 4"x 6".
I completed the eight pockets placing two photo's in each one. You could easily add more pockets to fit your need as there is plenty of room to do so using the given binding. Without using too much dimension the front of the first pocket would be an ideal space to add embellishments or an album title.
The album cut file also includes a storage box. The box does require 12" x 12" paper, I used a heavy printed cardstock by Darice. The pockets for the album each require 8.5" x 11" cardstock. The creator of the file is Lori Whitlock and she has provided a great tutorial on assembly.