Thursday, June 6, 2013

Time for a PRIZE and more 'Blast-Off'

Well, as promised here is the second part of my DT post for Scottie Crafts - and do scroll through to the end of this post because I am revealing the winner of my 2Crafty blog hop prize:)
I saw this interesting method of binding a mini-album in a recent magazine article that I read. I couldn't wait to give it a go. You kind of thread the pages onto skewers and the best part about this style of binding is that you can keep on adding more pages as required. here are a couple of close-ups so you can get the idea. 

Now I apologise for the length of this post but I want to show you the inside pages and I don't know how to combine tnem into a collage effect. So here they are one by one. All made using the Kaisercraft 'Blast-off' papers and embellishments. 


Isn't this perfect paper for little boys? I am so pleased to have finally got all these photos from Benjis birthday scrapped (thats the great thing about a mini-album you can really make a dent in your pile of photos 'to scrap'. 

Now for my prize winner. but first thanks so much to everyone who participated in the first ever 2crafty blog hop. Thanks for all your lovely comments on my projects - I really appreciate each and every one of them, and you put a huge smile on my face.
Now for the drum roll :
My winner is (drawn by a random number generator) :

Number 6 - Renee

Congrats Renee, if you e-mail your details to I will pop them into the post for you.

Have a great day - and do check out the Scottie Crafts blog for more details on these products. 


Lizzy Hill said...

Hey Sarah....LOVE your mini & what a fab idea!!!!! Those papers are really great & B will get a BLAST looking through this mini:):):)

Laura said...

Awesome album :)
(and such a handsome young man too!)

Lizzyc said...

This mini looks amazing! I got some of those papers today and I love how you have used them.. and what a wonderful idea to keep adding the pages.. very clever!!

Стокли said...

What a nice little album! The binding looks interesting.

Tone-Lill said...

A fantastic and colourful little mini album, love it !

Lauren Tomecek said...

Fantastic mini album. I've just purchased this paper range too, it's adorable.

Renee said...

Love the mini album - so perfect for a little boy... Ive gone and bought a couple but havent started trying them out yet , Thanks so much for the blog hop prize!

Chantalle said...

What a brilliant little album! It captures the 'life and times' so well! Benji is such a cutie pie

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