Our mini albums are a great option for those new to memory keeping, but they’re also great for experienced scrappers. However, if you’ve only ever done traditional scrapbooking, we know you may have some reservations. Let us ease your mind by addressing some common concerns about scrappin’ on a smaller scale.
Today we’re going to focus specifically on our Adventure Mini Album bundles, which are 30% off this month! These bundles feature travel-themed, pre-designed, 3-ring hole-punched pages, a plush striped mini album, and a pack of either our 3″ x 4″, 4″ x 6″, or 6″ x 8″ Memory Protectors™, which are perfect for adding additional photos and other fun things.
Now let’s put that stress to rest by addressing those concerns!
I scrapbook chronologically. What would I use a mini album for? It won’t fit an entire year’s worth of memories!
- Vacation Album: Try creating a separate album for each vacation you go on. The pre-printed pages in these bundles make it easy to preserve your vacation memories in a flash, so you can relive those memories soon after you return home. These pages also work really well with our state and province stamps. Imagine creating a mini album for a road trip or a new page each time you visit a new place—so fun!
- Unique Gifts: These bundles are a perfect gift for anyone because they’re so easy to put together—even for those people who don’t think they’re crafters! The travel theme is perfect, too, because everyone and their dog travels. Got a friend leaving on a family trip? How about a niece who just got back from her honeymoon? A college student studying in Switzerland? Give albums to them all!
- Children’s Scrapbooking: You’ve got the passion for scrappin’, but what about your kids or grandkids? These mini albums can help teach “mini” people the importance of preserving memories. Show them the basics of how to assemble the album, then let them make it their own! They’d love documenting a school field trip, summer camp, or adding pictures about where they want to travel someday.
Where do I put my photos? These small pages got me feelin’ claustrophobic!
The real answer is, just give it a try! There’s really no way to go wrong with these pages, but if you’re really worried, here are a few ideas:
How do I get smaller photos?
Where do I add journaling?
There are lots of different ways to add journaling to these pages. Of course one easy option is just to write on the pages themselves (some of which already have journaling spots for you!). You can also write on shapes cut with a Cricut® machine, like our little thought bubbles here:
Some other options? Write on Complements or our Picture My Life™ journaling cards, which you can slide into the divided Memory Protectors™.
I think the pages are cute, but I really love my Memory Protectors™…
If you love having everything in Memory Protectors™, then go the 6″ x 8″ Memory Protector direction. Simply trim down the pages a little bit to fit inside this pocket and you’re golden.
I love really decking out my scrapbook pages. Pre-printed pages don’t really appeal me…
Think again! You can decorate these pages just as much as you do everything else!
You can even decorate the cover!
Hopefully we’ve helped make mini albums less scary—they really are so much fun once you take that leap of faith!
Stay tuned for Mini Album Hacks: Part Two where we address any concerns you might have about our petite #Life albums!
Best Day Ever Mini Album
Z3254 Enchantment Fundamentals, Z3294 Memo Fundamentals, Z3263 Uptown Fundamentals,1385 White Daisy Cardstock, X5762 Lagoon Cardstock, X5789 Sea Glass Cardstock, 1292 Crystal Blue Cardstock, Z3240 Sea Glass Glitter Paper, Z3238 Gold Glitter Paper, Z9978 My Crush® Adventure Calls Pages, Z3253 6″ x 8″ Memory Protectors™, Z3191 3″ x 4″ Memory Protectors™, Z9979 Everyday Life™ Album—Stripes, Z3278 Picture My Life™ Tabbed Journaling Cards, Z2012 Sequins Gold Assortment, Z2013 Sequins Silver Assortment, Z3288 Enchantment Ribbon Pack, Z3264 Good Life Complements, Z3167 Cricut® Artistry Collection
1 1/2″ Icon-2 <1> (cut 2, p. 1)
2″ Shape <i> (p. 18)
1 3/4″ Icon-1 <Travel> (p. 30)
1/2″ Banner <NewYears> (p. 50)