This is the first FREE mini ablum tutorial in my NOTEWORHTY SERIES ... The albums in this series are a collection of mini ablums that I have created over the last ten years, in my spare time, between having and raising my five children. I will be posting one each month for the next 12 months ... I have some surprises in store, so stay tuned. :)
However, I am still teaching mini ablum classes locally, here in Cedar City, Utah. This months "Ladies Night" mini album is called the Gatefold Occasion Mini. It can be made using any paper or theme you choose (as with most of my albums), but I've done it up for this fun Halloween season. As usual, it is packed with pockets, flips, flaps, and tags. Join me this Thursday evening, October 24th from 6-9pm at JoAnns.
If you are unable to attend but would still like to make this album, pop on over to my website, where you can purchase the pattern there and create it on your own time. All patterns are pdf format and have written directions, as well as, photos for every step. Here is the link for this pattern. Happy scrapping!
Now available is my photography information, a number of mini album tutorials, some digital collections and there titles/tags/notes, as well as a couple hybrid mini albums. I'm particularly excited about the hybrid projects because they are new to the scrapbook and digi scrapbook community. These albums are a mix between traditional scrapbooking and digital scrapbooking. To say it briefly, the album itself is created using traditional scrapbooking supplies, but the pages are done digitally, printed, then cut out and pasted into the traditional album (to see an example visit this link). I have a great idea for a Christmas album coming up...
To celebrate this grand occasion I am also posting a new mini album series on you tube. It is called the Noteworhty Series. Every month I will be instructing a FREE mini album, so pop on over and check those out each month. You can reach those tutorials at this link. Or search for sharinashack or the Noteworthy Series on you tube. There is also a link to my you tube channel at the top of my website.
I am so excited for all this ... I can't decide what to do next ...LOL! For now, happy scrapping!