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NEW Video: Heidi Swapp's Boxed Card Mini Album

Can you use boxed cards to make a mini album???? Yes, you sure can! In today's blog post, I am sharing my NEW YouTube tutorial featuring Heidi Swapp's mini album booklet. I have made many types of albums over the years. When I saw her tutorial on Scrapbook.com and their YouTube channel I was hooked and excited to make it.

She used a boxed card set to make her beautiful album. I made mine the same way and also showed how you can make it with patterned paper, too. Using these precut and folded cards saved a lot of time and gave me more time to play with the best part, the embellishments! :)
Heidi Swapp's "Art Walk" Paper & Maggie Holmes' Boxed Card Set

In this video, I showed the supplies I used, my tutorial and the finished albums. Take a look!
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Wasn't that easy? Ok, here are the pictures of the two albums I made. I love how they turned out.
Simple Stories "Vintage Garden District" Tags & Stickers








Seeing all these wonderful pictures of our beach trips felt so good and I can't wait to go to this beach again.

Heidi Swapp's "Art Walk" collection of paper, washi tape and stickers are used throughout this book!






These mini albums make a wonderful gift and would be fun for the whole family to create. If you missed my other mini album tutorials, visit my YouTube channel Here. I love making these little treasures and I hope you are inspired to join the party!

Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

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  1. Very nice post, Honey and terrific work on these mini albums. Although I have already seen the albums, it is really cool seeing all of these pictures again in this post. Ron

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    1. Thanks Honey! Also, thanks for being my perfect model for these fun pictures we take. Lol!

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