24-7-365 Mini Album and Album Holder

Hi everyone! I am here to share the full reveal of my 24-7-365 Mini Album and Album Holder created using Eileen Hull’s newest Book Club Collection, Stamp and Photo Storage Diecut and Card Box, Planner Storage and Organizer Diecut. These diecuts along with five other sets of diecuts will out some time soon! Are you all as excited as I am? These diecuts are so versatile and can be used to create other projects than what they where originally intended for.

I am going to start off first with the holder. I cut it from Mat Board and then cut from cardstock two diecuts, one for the outside and one for the inside.

I inked the edges of the mat board and all the cardstock and then adhered to the mat board.

I put together according to the direction on the packaging.

I also added lace to around the bottom of the holder to finish it off.

Next I cut two of the Stamp & Photo Storage Dies from Mat Board but I decided I was going to be a little different and create a mini album out of this diecut. 😀

This is what the diecuts look like when they are cut out.

These are the edges I cut off to create the base for my mini album cover.

I inked the edges and covered the front and back with cardstock.

I also adhered cardstock inside along with a pocket to the inside cover.

I used a strong adhesive to glue the spine together and after it was dry I punched two holes so I could add pages.

I sewed four pieces of cardstock inside the journal and tied off on the inside.

I adhered lace to the spine after decorating the cover with a couple of fussy cut images and scraps of cardstock.

Next I added seam binding and a key charm to the spine.

Next comes the fun part…decorating the pages!

I used an assortment of leftover embellishments that I had laying around from past projects.

Where I tied off the pages inside and left the thread long I added four of the Stitchy Flower & Leaf Diecuts on the ends.

The pocket that holds the “key to” tag is actually from a iTune gift card. All I  had to do is add a butterfly printable and attach it with a little washi tape.

I also added used postage stamp, coin roller and printable images throughout the journal.

And there you have it! I absolutely LOVE this newest diecut collection that Eileen has designed! If you want to see more hop on over to Eileen’s blog and see what the Inspiration Team has created with this newest collection! You can find the blog HERE.
As always if you have any questions please let me know.

Also I would like to submit this project for the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday: Challenge #306-#307
Mini Album Makers Challenge: November Challenge

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is awesome and enjoy creating!


21 thoughts on “24-7-365 Mini Album and Album Holder

  1. Oh Tonya!!! I truly love every detail in these two projects, and combined this is genius! What a great way to repurpose this die. I love your little album. Please share with our November Mini Album Makers Challenge. Happy November and hugs, Autumn

  2. Wow Tonya!! The papers on the storage box are 'to die for' gorgeous and I LOVE how you transformed the stamp storage into an album – very clever! I loved seeing how you decorated your album too, it is beautiful! Thanks so much for joining in our November challenge at Mini Album Makers. Anne x

  3. Your work is always creative and inspirational. I love this little book. I am inspired to use up some of my scraps and bits and bobs on such a book! I have never done stitching before as a binding, but I would love to try it! Thanks for sharing your project with us at Mini Album Makers Challenge!

  4. Wow, both the album and the holder look fantastic, so much amazing detail! I can't wait for these new dies to hit the shelves, this is stunning!Thanks for adding this beautiful piece to our challenge at the Minialbum Makers challenge!

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