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Back when I was an avid (rabid?) scrapbooker, mini albums were my favorite thing to make. They're cute and fun and come together so easily, plus they make great gifts.
Here are a few of mine from the ancient archives. Bonus points to anyone who can identify the paper lines!
|Who ARE those two tiny boys? *Sniff*|
Elizabeth is not just a scrapbooker, she's a writer. And she's incredibly creative. You won't find the same-old, same-old ideas in this book. Here's one of my favorites: Six Words.
It's an "All About Me" album where the journaling consists of a six-word sentence. What a great brain exercise! And it's open-ended, so you can just keep adding to it. I think this would also be fun for kids' albums. Instead of doing the generic milestone album, think of six-word sentences that describe the child's personality, interests, accomplishments, etc.
Elizabeth and Ella Publishing have generously offered to give away a copy of her Meaningful Minis eBook to one of my readers. All you have to do is leave a comment telling me either a) your favorite mini album you've ever made or b) a mini album you'd like to make.
I had my daughter pick a number between one and six, and she chose three.
Congratulations, Rebecca! I will email you with the redemption code.