Friday, January 14, 2011

# Irit # Stackers

Red ands black/white- super mini album and key chain


This week is a red-white- black week here on Cheery Lynn Designs blog and here is what I created for this Valentine week: super mini album with a key/handbag chain with my son's wedding photos.
This is a smallest ever album /papercraft  I did in my life:we are talking 1.5*2.25'' metal altered
candy box bought in Joann's store. The candies were awful, but the box? The best one to alter as a super mini album- just to keep it inside your handbag and to show  to everyone.
I used J. Bowlin 4*4 papers, some MM stickers and 3 sets of Cheery Lynn Designs dies: small oval scalloped and small   oval stackers and small scalloped coved rectangle  set- and even the smallest one had to be cut to enter this size of  box.
The photos were resized and printed with these tiny sizes and the photo strip can be taken  out of the box as I used this scotch doublesided  reusable fabric closure.
The box then was added to my hand made  key/bag chain made with lots of jewelry findings, real crystals, beads and some metal pieces.O, long time since I did some jewelry piece- I think 4-5 years at least.
So here are the dies I used here







4 comments:

  1. Irit, what a lovely keepsake and a fabulous gift for the happy couple.

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  2. This is beautiful and such a great idea!
    Love it!!

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  3. Very tiny!! Making it shows lots of creativity and patience. It is abeautiful gift.

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