Pumpkin Spice! by Anya Lunchenko

Pumpkin Spice! by Anya Lunchenko

Hello Simple Stories friends! What are your favorite projects to create? I never get tired of making mini books, especially when I come across an inspiring collection! Anya is here today and I would like to share another mini album I made using the gorgeous Simple Vintage County Harvest collection. 

                 

              

If you had a chance to play with the chipboard frames by Simple Stories, I am sure you are just as addicted to them as we are, but did you know they can be easily adjusted in size? The album I share today shows a good example. I love using those frames on the cover of my mini books, but sometimes the frame may be just a little bit too big. I picked a frame I wanted to use and cut it in half. Then, I cut about one inch off at the top and bottom of the right piece of frame and glued them both to the cover, connecting two pieces together. To hide the cuts, I layered additional chipboard pieces on top. 

             

                        

              

One of the reasons I like making mini books so much, is because I get to use so many papers at once! This paper line is filled with such beautiful hues of autumn. A nice array of ephemera pieces and stickers make it fun to decorate the page spreads. I used a lot of stickers from the Sticker Book this time, which let me have a great connection between pages by using repeatedly same colors or shapes of the stickers.

                   

                  

               

If you haven't had a chance to play with Simple Vintage Country Harvest line just yet, I highly recommend taking a look at this line and get inspired to record all of your favorite fall related stories!

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2 comments

  • Donna Immekus: September 27, 2021

    Such a cute mini!🧡🍁🍂

  • Cheryl Edwards: September 24, 2021

    BEAUTIFUL ALBUM!

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