Who likes Mini Albums as much as I do?  What about not so mini, Mini Albums?  I have created a rather large mini album, it is 10 x 12” in size and uses folders as a base page and then built up with flaps, pockets and tags.  The folders I used are called, “Divide-It-Up” and you can get them from any office supply store.  For this project, I used Graphic 45’s 12 x 12” Fruit & Flora Collection Pack along with the 12 x 12” Patterns & Solids and Die Cut Assortment.

Written tutorial available HERE or click on the “Tutorial” Tab above.

Kits available HERE or click on the “Shop” Tab above.

Video Tutorial at the end of this post.

Tip: For tags, don’t be afraid to play around with the paper instead of doing a full mat.  Here you can see I trimmed the paper to make a design or added a photo mat and some strips of pattern paper.

I created a little pull tab for these flaps for the front of the folder.

TIP: The medallion embellishment I used throughout the album is actually 4 corners grouped together.  The corner die is from Graphic 45 Policy and Decorative Die Set.  This embellishment can be added to almost any project.

I made a couple of interactive tags inside the pockets of the folder.

Tip: Besides using corners to make medallions, you can just use them as a decorative piece.

Here I created a double belly band to hold 2 tags instead of one large tag.  To make a double belly band, just add a strip of paper to the center of the belly band and attach it down to the page.

Folders that I used can be purchased at any office supply store or online through Amazon or Walmart.

VIDEO TUTORIAL

I hope you enjoyed this not so mini, Mini Album.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Divider Folder Mini Album”

  1. Diana J Peloquin

    This is remarkable!!! I made the Birdsong album, the one with the tassels on it. It was beautiful but I had a hard time reproducing it without directions. I am a beginner, and I didn’t realize there was magnet’s that help the flaps stay together. This is a very interesting experience and I love these albums so I can’t thank you enough for sharing some of your knowledge of how to create these beautiful works of art so that I will have better knowledge and understanding of how to assemble such a beautiful album!! I also find these file albums amazing!!!
    Diana from Texas

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