Sunday, October 5, 2014


This mini album measure 8-1/2 x 6-3/4" by 3" .  I used Tim Holtz Crowded Attic and Wallflower paper, along with the Ephemera pack.  Lots of metal embellishments, leather, brass buckles, rivits, and other premium craft supplies to make this.


  1. You just keep getting better and better. Would love for you to do some kits to sell. You know how to think out of the box.

  2. O.k.Shellie, I saw a few of your items on ebay. Answered my own question. But now I have to say, how can you sell them so low? I must be doing something wrong because I just finished my second one and if it weren't for love I would have to charge 200. At least. Well, I am going to watch allist of your videos and learn how you stay sane doing this. Don't get me wrong, I love doing it. It keeps me alive. But I am going to be watching your every video. Thank you for your help. Sheshe

    1. The key to keeping your costs down is to buy in value packs. Cardstock is bought in the value pack of 50 sheets for $3.99. I use 1/2 of that in an album. When buying embellishments, buy one that has several in a pack - for example, Tim Holtz Clock Faces. You get several clocks in one package. Flower packs - You get several flowers you can divide up between two albums or more. When you start doing that, costs go down.