I am so excited to share with you all my readers my project that I have been working on. Okay well it wasn't a very long drawn out project, but still it is very exciting. Why might that be? Well I was able to play with some of the new nonconsumables that I have purchased lately, but also, is a project that did not require using a single piece of newly uncut Pattern Paper or Cardstock. Seriously, you probably won't believe me when I show you. So, with that introduction, I present to you, my "Beauty of the Earth" mini album!
As you can tell, the theme of this album is the nature that I have been blessed to be surrounded by. That's right, all the photos in this album are of places that I have lived, or stopped along the way to a point in my destination. I love natural beauty, just love it. A large part of me is very committed to respecting, loving, preserving, and protecting my earth.
One other thing, you don't have to use brand new sheets of acetate to make this project. I have another project I will share with you shortly in which I used the acetate backing that comes with my clear stamps to crate an acetate mini album. You can also cut out the die cuts from your scrapbook prodcut packaging - this will also be coming up in another post very soon.
Supplies: Stampin' Up! (Sizzix Framelit Labels Die; Loving Through Stamp Set; Handbill Headlines Stamp Set - Retired; Early Espresso Classic Ink; Cardstock); Tim Holtz (Paint Dauber in Brown); Unity Stamp Company (Growing In Unity Stamp Set); Prima (Pattern Paper); Bazzill Basics (Cardstock);