Thursday, May 31, 2012

Tim Coffey Mini Album

Don't cha just love mini books?!  They are such a blast to make.  This cute fella started out as a $1 chip board album from Michael's. I cut it down to accommodate the Tim Coffey designer paper from K & Company. I love this line from him.  It reminds me of where I grew up in New England.  Although, I don't remember finding any sea horses or palm trees but the rest brings me right back home.
The front cover has some epoxy stickers from the collection, plus some sea netting.  I added the jute twine to the rings and across the front.

 I've added quite a few tags and pockets so there is plenty of room for pictures, journaling or other memorabilia. I used Tim Holtz Distress Ink to all the edges. Mod Podge was my glue of choice for this project and I am quite pleased with the results. I created the pocket on the left using Kraft card stock and a Sizzix D'Vine embossing folder. The crab, starfish and sand dollar are all dimensional stickers from the collection.

This page has a unique element, a fold out mini with more room for journaling or pictures.These pages also have the dimensional stickers as well as some epoxy stickers.

 Another pocket for pictures or trinkets and more tags and dimensional stickers.
 If you are interested in purchasing this adorable album, head on over to my Etsy shop, I'll be there :-)


  1. WOW this is fabulous - what a superb job you have made of this mini album!!

  2. This is a super cute mini album! Love the paper collection. I will have to look for it as I've never seen it before. Great job on this project.