The purpose was to create an album to tackle the idea of seeking perfection and to remind ourselves that perfectionism is overrated and that scrapbooking is about the memories. I created my mini-album this afternoon using a Mary Engelbreit Chipboard Book along with papers and stickers mostly from the Bo Bunny Flutter Butter line.
I chose five of the quotes on perfection that Karen provided plus added three others from my Quotes Journal. I printed them onto cardstock and then laid out the papers and quotes to go on each page of the mini-album before I started assembling the album.
The chipboard album had five pages. Here are the fronts of each page, with the front cover at the top.
And the backs of each page, with the back cover at the bottom.
And a close up look at the cover.
The entire project took about three hours today. I really enjoyed putting it together and finally using one of the chipboard mini-albums I purchased (for $1 at Michaels) about a year ago. Mini-albums are so much fun to put together . . . maybe that's why I have a stash of them ready use.
Anyone else keep a collection of mini-albums ready to grab when the inspiration strikes?