Yesterday, Patricia Roebuck showed us how we can use our Magical Memories collection in pockets to document summer fun, and we’re continuing that magical inspiration today with Melissa Mann! She’s created a fabulous mini album that we know will help you to see that the Magical Memories collection is the perfect array of products to help you remember your summer bucket list memories! Let’s take a look!
Good morning, friends! This is Melissa here with you and I’m super excited about the mini book I’m sharing with you today! Have you guys been enjoying creating with the Magical Memories collection? It’s not just for Disney memories, you know! I used these products to create a little mini book about my niece’s summer memories, which I plan on gifting to my mom! Even though she didn’t visit the magical theme park this summer, the Magical Memories products were perfect to use to capture the magical moments of summer!
Supplies | Magical Memories Journaling Tags, Magical Memories Phrase Stickers, Magical Memories Acetate Die Cuts, Magical Memories Puffy Stickers, Magical Memories Happy Acrylic, Magical Memories Magic Acrylic, Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack, August 2019 Kit, August Print and Cut Labels, Shine Die Cuts, Green Alphabet Puffy Stickers, Makes Me Smile Cork Circles
I created the front and back covers of my mini book with some thin chipboard covered with patterns from the colorful Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack. My inside pages were constructed with paper and Magical Memories Journaling Tags, as well as tags from the August 2019 Kit that I adhered together. I printed a bunch of different photos in varying sizes as I like the look of odd sized pages in my mini books—it’s a fun texture to bring to the table!
I always construct my books in the same way: I create my pages and adhere pictures and once those items are in place, I will then go back and add my journaling. Along with the journaling tags that I used, I printed the August Print and Cut Labels and used them with my typewriter. Once I got my journaling in place, I went back one more time (or two or three!) and started layering in the fun Magical Memories embellishments!
Using the Magical Memories Acetate Die Cuts, Shine Die Cuts, Magical Memories Puffy Stickers and Phrase Stickers, and Makes Me Smile Cork Circles gave me a wide array of textures to keep my mini album interesting and fun to flip through. This is always my favorite part of constructing a mini book!
What projects have you created with your Magical Memories products? You don’t necessarily have to use this wonderful collection to document a trip to the Magic Kingdom—you can use it to document the fun summer activities around your hometown like I did here!
Thanks for stopping by today! Have fun creating!