Last night I started gathering supplies for my December Daily album and had so much fun imagining all the possibilities for my book this year. I spent a good chunk of time playing with embossing folders, painting, stamping, gluing…the works. I even started assembling pages. YOU GUYS, THERE’S STILL TWO MONTHS LEFT! How, when, and why did I get so on top of things and why is it not already December 1st??? Yeesh. I might need to cool it in the holiday department for awhile (unlikely) and perhaps go work on another minibook because I am in LOVE with them again! I am especially fond of anything that Vee does. Seriously. I think I favorited every photo of every minibook she has ever made, in her Flickr feed last night. Totes inspired, yo.

And while we’re talking about minis, check out how chunky this book is getting! Maybe I’ll do a video of me showing you the pages up close and personal? Hmmm…something to think about.

 

P.S. I have a whole board on Pinterest strictly dedicated to minibooks. Check it out, if you feel so inclined (;

8 Responses to “i feel a minibook phase coming on.”

  1. Stephanie

    I am SO in love with those number stamps! And, SO bummed b/c I think you mentioned they are old and not made anymore. This book looks like it’s going to be awesome!

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  2. Ellie Abney

    I love your blog! I was so inspired by your Autumn mini book that I am going to make a December one. I’m curious how you glue your pages and bind your book?

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  3. annmarielovespaper

    @Ellie: Thanks so much for reading, Ellie! I glue my pages back to back using American Crafts double-sided tape. I then bind the pages together using a Crop-a-Dile and two big binder rings. I need to make a video so I can show everyone the finished product! 🙂

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  4. leigh r.

    i know im a little late here, but i just love that little deer! is it a diecut? silhouette machine? i want one 🙂

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