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Kaisercraft Shine Bright Mini Album

I wanted to share a project I have been working on for about 8 weeks now. I used the kaisercraft Shine Bright Collection. As soon as I saw it I knew I wanted to work with it but couldn’t see it fitting in with my Project life nor cards so I decided to make a mini album.

I would love to claim the design of the album as mine (its way too cute!) but it’s not. I found the album in this e-book by Annies Craft Store HERE. (I’ve got some her others and i LOVE them!)

I used the Shine Bright 61/2″ Paper pad, matching collectables, captured moment cards, epoxy dots and paper tape (I’ve listed and linked them all at the bottom if you want to purchase or look further).  I made the album to the design from Kaisercraft Licorice card stock and then cut and glued the paper and embellishments over. Next time I make an album I’ll change it a little now I’ve made the original to make it a little more my own design.

Here are some pictures of the final album, finished. Just need to find some photos now to put into it 🙂

Kaisercraft Shine Bright Album
Kaisercraft Shine Bright Album
Kaisercraft Shine Bright Album 2
Kaisercraft Shine Bright Album 2

 

I thought it was a bit hard to explain in photo form the album in great detail so I made a video as well, which you can watch.

I hope you enjoyed this project and it inspires you to make a mini album! I love making them!

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List of Products used – Click on the product to view/purchase it

Kaisercraft Licorice card stock

Kaisercraft Shine Bright 61/2″ Paper Pad

Kaisercraft Let it Shine 6×4″ Captured Moment Cards and 3×4″ Captured Moment Cards

Kaisercraft Epoxy Stickers – Monochrome

Kaisercraft Printed tape – Black Arrow

various Silhouette Cameo designs from the Silhouette Online Store (but if you don’t have one you don’t really need them)

You could also use Kaisercraft Pocket Stickers as well.

Kerry xx

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