Five and Dime Mini Album

Hi everyone! I’m back with a fun little album I created with toilet paper rolls, Eileen Hull’s Book Binding Diecut and Amyjdelightful’s Small Town Feel Printable. I was selected to be a “Project Girl” for Amy this month on her instagram page which you can find HERE.

I gathered up an assortment of cardstock, leftover scraps, four of 1.75″ Expander Discs and a pair of scissors and began fussy cutting all of the images out from the printable.

Before I embellished I flattened, added patterned cardstock to each TP roll and used the Book Binding Diecut  before adding pockets and tuck spots to the pages.

I cut a Medallion Diecut out and adhered the 25 cent printable to the center.

The paper bow I received in a swap so I added a flower to the center before embellishing the page.

 I cut some of the tags with the Bookplate, Hinges and Label Diecuts. and added printables and tabs.

On the backside of the tags I adhered some of the printables to create mini pockets to hold tags.

As always if you have any questions regarding this project please let me know.
I would also like to submit this project for the following challenges:

Mini Album Makers Challenge: March Mini
Word Art Wednesday: Challenge #328-#329
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is wonderful and enjoy creating!


8 thoughts on “Five and Dime Mini Album

  1. Oh Tonya, you've done it again! I adore this mix of papers and patterns and your absolutely wonderful little book. What a treat for the eyes and inspiration! I'm thrilled that you shared with us at Mini Album Makers this month. Big hugs, Autumn PS. Please add our challenge badge to your post. 🙂

  2. Love it, such a great way to use those rings too, i have a ton of those ! thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. Have a great day x

  3. So much nostalgia here!! Makes me go right back to those days of going to the 5 and dime in my small town! I love this mini!!! Thanks for sharing your work with us at Mini Album Makers Challenge Blog!

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