Oh My Heart Mini Album

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Today I want to share an Oh My Heart mini album made from a single sheet of cardstock from a very clever cut file by Bea Valint from My Shiny Studio
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DESCRIPTION: This was going to be my make-n-take at the Pink Paislee CHA / Creativation booth but last minute personal health issues thwarted those wonderful plans! You can still watch how this mini album came to be in the YouTube video below, download the free cut file, and start making tons of your own mini albums to give to family, friends, and loved ones!
JOURNALING SAYS: These are a few of my favorite things: my hubby, traveling, painted buildings, flowers, ampersands, books, Disneyland, bright colors, legos, & scrapbooking natch! (And oh my goodness I meant to add 'my kids' in there too!!)
HOW TO: Die cut the mini album cut file from white cardstock then fold along the perforated lines. Slide in a piece of ribbon through the pre-made slits. Cut squares of patterned paper and adhere them to most of the sections. Top the patterned papers with small photos and die cuts. Fold over and secure the pocket pages and tuck in more photos (or whatever you'd like!). Stamp the dotted image three times on the top and stamp two sets of journaling lines on the bottom - write journaling. Embellish further with washi tape, stickers, and die cuts. Fold the album up, add a flower die cut on top, then tie the ribbon in to a bow to keep it all together. So fun and cute!
SUPPLIES: Patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, stamps, washi tape: Oh My Heart by Paige Evans / Pink Paislee; Cardstock, pen, adhesive: American Crafts; Ink: Studio Calico; Mini album cut file: Bea Valint
PROCESS VIDEO: Watch how this album was created from start to finish in a 7.5 minute process video:
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If you make one of these mini albums I'd LOVE to see!!


  1. Sorry you aren't feeling well!! I loveeeeeeeee this! So gorgeous!!!!!!!!!

  2. I tried this out and I'm having a hard time with the cut file. Do you have any tips? Every time I trace/cut it some of the lines have a second 'halo' cut... :\

    1. I'm sorry it's not working for you! I don't think you need to trace the file, it should just be good to go straight to the machine! :)

  3. Err Ma Grr... You're right! I'll try it again. Thanks for your help!


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