Thursday, September 11, 2008

ScrapLovers September Reveal-October Afternoon

Here is the first part of my reveal for ScrapLovers this month. I am loving the new October Afternoon line, Hometown. Oh, so fabulous! I also saw this blackboard photo box from Cosmo Cricket and knew they would be a perfect fit. The box is meant to hold 4x6 photos, so I made my pages for the mini album that exact size. Wallet sized photos were printed to use on the pages, but I cut them down to 2x2 with my square Nestabilities.








The lettering on each of the pages are small stickers from Making Memories. The library card is a stamp from October Afternoon that was stamped onto Vanilla cardstock from Papertrey Ink.
The labels on each page were cut from Spellbinders dies and stamped with the same set from October Afternoon.
The sunshine is a punch from the Punch Bunch. It was stamped with Versamark ink and my new Cornish Heritage Farms fine houndstooth Scrapblocks stamp. (sigh and more love :))
All the pages were punched and put on a loose-leaf ring. The ribbons are from Offray and the twine is from May Arts.
Here is a top-side view of the album inside the box.

have a wonderful weekend! thanks for stopping by!

25 comments:

Erre54 said...

bellissimo tutto
ciao dall'Italia
Mrita

Callista said...

Wow! What a great project... I LOVE it and everything you used to creat it.

Deanna said...

Oh Kimberly gorgeous! Love the houndstooth! The pics are awesome too!

Niki Estes said...

This is so neat, Kim! I love everything about it and especially the mini book.

Regan said...

this is SO gorgeous Kim!

maria fiscella said...

Love how you did this! Clever, clever, clever!

hemidemisemiquaver said...

Love this!! Very cool!

Heather said...

what a beautiful and manageable project!

Barefootstamper said...

Kimberly, I can't even begin to tell you how much I LOVE this mini-book! I think this will be next year's grandparent Christmas gift and I'll just work on it all year long :D

You were the Mini-Book of the Week at Card of the Week.com. You can see the original post here.

I did use a picture from your post, with links back to the site and the original post. I hope that is OK. Please feel free to email me if you need me to change anything.

I also have an “I was featured” on badge for you if you want it :D

Thanks again for sharing!

Beverley and Carol said...

Kim...this is absolutely wonderful and unique...I just discovered your blog and will return many times for insipration...I want to make my own little album now...thanks for sharing and inspiring me.

stampin' hugs
Beverley

Tammy Hershberger said...

Kim, this is FABULOUS! What a wonderful keepsake of your summer! Your little man is just so cute! Great job!
(and with this comment I am officially CAUGHT UP! on your blog!) LOL

Deb said...

Ok, this is just way too cool!! I love everything about it, and I love what you have been doing with the copics!!

Julie Masse said...

Holy Cow Kim this is amazing!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE all the great little details, words, embellies, ribbon, pictures, so great!! Can't wait to get some of that new paper!! :)

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Oh my gosh how fabulous! You are amazing!

One Creative Life said...

Wow Kim! What a fantastic project I love it. Congrats on the Card of the Week feature!-Erica

Claire Brennan said...

Kimberly - this is stunning - I absolutley love it - love all your stuff!!

Fletch said...

Kim darling your work is marvelous as usual!! I love this project!!

Jeanyjo said...

Oh WOW I LOOOVE everythng girl You sure are rocking it
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Gina Hanson said...

WOW!!! Kim, this is Awesome! I LOVE everything about it! :)

Lynn Mercurio said...

Oh my Kimberly, this is a truly spectacular project. What a wonderful way to scrapbook! You should be very proud...it's awesome!

Debbie Olson said...

Kim, this piece is incredibly beautiful! I am speechless-really!!

Just say Julie said...

I. Love. the. Houndstooth. Seriously, that is incredible. So jealous right now.

Beth M said...

This is so adorable! I found a link to your blog from Jennifer Buck's blog and I love it! You have such cute things. I'm also curious as to where you live because I noticed the Park Point photo (I live in Duluth).

Scrap for Joy said...

I am loving all the things you're creating with this October Afternoon paper. This box is the perfect thing for grandchild pictures so I'm not just whipping out hastily printed pictures on cardstock-yuk! Very classy Kim! I'm glad I found your blog.
~Joyce

Amanda said...

So super cute. I love this. Your projects are wonderful inspirations!