Monday, May 6, 2013

A Perfect Summer Mini Scrapbook Album, Echo Park

Summer will be here before we know it! (Although I know, for some of you, spring just arrived...and some of you still have snow on the ground...Yikes!)  but as hard as it is for me to believe, it's already May! So when I discovered Lori Whitlock's adorable album over on her site, I knew a summer mini was calling my name so ... I created this! You can see my album posted on her blog here. 


This fun cascading album is one of my favorite new digital cutting files from Lori.  She has several of these cute albums, and they all have different edges.  If you got each design, you could mix and match scallops, zig zags, pennants, and lots of other cute edges.  



"The Perfect Summer Day" title and the Echo Park papers and embellies I used were also designed by Lori. I am loving that little blue fish! 



What would an Artsy Album be without a pocket?  I'm not sure because almost all of my minis have pockets and tags. I love Lori's library card pocket because it has a cute little tab on the side, and it's the perfect size for tucking in a journaling card. Don't worry, I've listed the links to all the cutting files  used throughout this album at then end of this post.






Don't forget to visit Lori Whitlock's website (or Silhouette) where you can find all of the fun files listed below. 

Digital Cutting Files:

Paper and Embellishments:
White card stock, Bazzill
Ribbon, American Crafts

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4 comments:

  1. Oh me, oh my!!! This is too cute! I love everything about it. On a funny side note I just made a layout with these papers this weekend using that same exact title. ;)

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  2. could you tell me what size you made your album? thanks!

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    1. I don't think I changed the size of the cutting file Renae. It should be the same size as you pull it up in your cutting machine. Approximately 5.5"x8" ...Hope this helps

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