Minialbum So Punny for Doodlebug Design

Hello my dear Doodlebug peeps! How are you today? Today I am super excited to share this project with you, because is a very special one. 

The Design Team here at DD were challenged to use lots of Abigail alphas in our projects this month, and this is what I came with: a mini album documenting my vacations last summer in the south of my country, Chile.

I went for a simple binding technique, wrapping the covers with patterned paper and binding them to the pages with my Bind-It-All machine. You can see some Abigail alphas in black color on the front cover.




This mini has a lot of journaling, of course I combined my own handwriting with Teensy Typo alphas in Swimpool color.



I love to include informative details on a mini, in this case, the name of the place we were visiting. I uses Abigail and Teensy Typo alphas to add information on my photo and on the page next to it.





Although it's a small minialbum, I managed to include some panorama photos by citing them and fold them in order to make them fit in within the size of my mini.



If you know me, you will know that I love minis with as much crazy layers as possible, and this is not an exception. I wanted to have all kind of pages in this mini, so I included pages of different sizes and even some plastic folders with tiny pics.





Some more Abigail goodness for adding a special touch to another page, this time in Mint color.




I love how funny and crazy this mini album is, also love that documents the happy vacations I spent this my family this year. This is the album I taught in the class I gave at the beginning of March in Costa Rica, so it's a very special project and I'm so happy that I got to work with this gorgeous collection on it.

I hope you got inspired with this mini and start printing pics for working on one for you! if you have any question do not hesitate to leave a comment, thank you for visiting us today, see you on a next post!

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