Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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It’s time for new “discoveries”! 
I discovered the newest ColorBox Dyestress Inks…
gorgeous hues of beautiful ink go perfect when creating mini albuma!
Begin by applying layers of Dyestress Tahiti, Mint and Bubble inks to the front and back mini album die cuts using blending tool.
Place the covers together; lay Art Screen to top. Apply inks to top using blending tool. 
Stamp background image using Dyestress Tahiti inks to each cover. 
Add bind to prepared covers. 
Adheres insert binding to inside bind. 
Adhere Succulent Serenity pattern paper to inside covers.
Die cut pages using pattern paper. 
Attach pages by adhering them to the binding strips. 
Die cut doily; adhere to front of cover along with circle. 
Fussy cut images from the Succulent Serenity pattern paper; place on cover with pop dots. 
Adhere twine bow along with planner pick front of cover. 
Finish cover with “Discoveries” metal element. 
Add small handle to Discoveries Mini Book along with a few planner picks to the top of pages. Thanks for stopping by today. 

Sizzix Mini Album
Sizzix Lovely Photo Frame
Sizzix Succulent Serenity Paper Pad
ColorBox Dye-stress Inks: Tahiti, Mint, Bubble Bee
ColorBox Art Screen: Swirldot
ColorBox Stylus and Tips
Tan Twine
Metal Handle, Discoveries Element and Planner Chips
Doily Die
2″ Circle Punch
Planner Picks
Xyron Adhesive Mega Runner with Permanent Adhesive

One thought on “Discoveries Mini Album

  1. Glennis F says:

    Oooh! I love those colours


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