Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Eyelet mini album - Practical Scrappers

It's Ten Things Tuesday at Practical Scrappers and we're bringing you a variety of ways to use eyelets. 

I used soooo many eyelets on this little beauty, a mini album I made for my in-laws about our trip to Seattle and Idaho last summer. 

The pages are made from Tim Holtz Kraft Glassine. I machine stitched the bottoms closed, ran the straight Sew Easy head on the sides and attempted to adhere eyelets evenly based on those holes. 

I used some good ol' jute to hold the pages together. Honestly, I accidentally put the "title" page in the center, but I think given all the dimension it sort of helps keep the whole thing more flat. 

And look it can be displayed standing up. So cute this way!

Thanks for stopping by, now go check out what the rest of the design team has to inspire. 


  1. Oooh, filled with rustic, altered goodness. What a treasure for your in-laws. You even got a chance to plop a few flowers on there. Keeping the rustic theme, it works super well. Great mini-book!!

  2. Hi Jessica. I found your blog on Practical Scrapper. I loved your mini so much I had to come here and follow you. :)

    1. Thanks, it was so much fun to make. Hope you enjoy hanging around these parts.


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