Stamped mini album cover

Hi there mSB fans! Agata here with a question: do you remember THIS mini album? Well, if not, no worries! I’m here to show you not only another version of it but also how to make one!

Here’s your supplies:

My cardboard pieces are 4” squares and fabric squares are just a bit larger.

Step 1: stamp both fabric pieces as to your liking. I chose the big dot from Seal it! stamp set. Dye inks go very well for it. Just let it sit a little while before handling.

Step 2: Cover one side of cardboard pieces with adhesive and adhere fabric pieces. Turn over.

Step 3: Add adhesive to the back side of cardboard pieces and adhere fabric corners. Then adhere fabric sides. If you want, this is the moment to add a ribbon to one of the pieces that will serve as binding for the album.

Step 4: Stitch all along the edges

Step 5: Add a strip of paper folded in an accordion like manner.

Your mini album is ready to receive pictures or other memorabilia. I’ve adorned the front cover with a computer generated sentiment but stamped a small border with the heart stamps coming from the same stamp set as the big dot.

Here’s a picture of closed album that I’ll offer to a cousin of ours. She had a baby girl and the album is destined to treasure her “firsts”.

Hopefully you’ll be eager to make one of those albums yourself. As for me I can’t stop and another one is already ready on my desk! Happy stamping!

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  1. marsha. says:

    It’s beautiful Agata! Thanks for showing the how-to. Your cousin is going to love it!!!

  2. Janet Zeppa says:

    I LOVE it!! Simply gorgeous!!!

  3. Alice W. says:

    fabulous project, Agata! thanks for the tutorial!

  4. Sue Sykes says:

    Beautiful, Agata! What a great gift idea…

  5. That is just lovely! I love the effect of stamping on the fabric.

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