This week we are looking at how effective digital kits are to the making of mini albums. One of the greatest things is, of course, how well everything goes together. The other is ease of pattern, and color. And let's not forget, the price--it's usually just cheaper to use a kit. And lastly, might I say out loud that it is easy peasy? Lazy daisy? (There, I've said it. My secret is out. I am lazy. ☺)
I used a digital Project Life kit by Emily Ley, Strawberry. I know it's not new or super fancy, but I sure do love the colors. I coupled the kit with a dozen photos from a road trip breakfast and came up with this.
While I love the random minibooks with big pages and little pages, no matter how hard I try I always seem to end up with symmetrical pages and a book with a pattern. And true to form, I have made another. Each page is 3x8 and includes a 3 inch square photo (all but the last one) and three patterns of paper. I added filler cards but feel like I might switch them out for journaling cards eventually. I do like to tell stories. I would like to tell you it came together quickly, but I might be lying. So let's just say it was fun to make and I can't wait to print and bind it all!
I wonder if you might tell me the kinds of things you like to use for mini albums. I love to learn from you, too!