Pocket Page Mini Album Tutorial Series – Part 1

Pocket Page Mini Album Tutorial Series – Part 1

Hello everyone! Welcome to Part 1 of the Pocket Style Mini Album Tutorial Series.

YouTube link

Here is a list of the measurements that are given in this video.

2@ 6 x 6
1@ 2-3/4 x 6

Solid Cardstock
5@ 5-3/4 x 12
2@ 5-3/4 x 7-1/2
1@ 5-5/8 x 12

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  1. Love this mini … did the first part already and waiting for the next video to continue on. Thanks for sharing with us!!!!

  2. Hey, Ginger.. Love your tutorials because you make them so easy to understand. I want to make a 5×7 mini…. I’m not sure of the measurements. I think the pages should be 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 but again, adapting is new to me. Can you advise?
    Thanks, Birdie

  3. The space between the two pieces of chipboard (around 16min) should be probably at least 1.5x – 2x wider than the thickness of the chipboard. I found that only leaving a space-as-wide as the chipboard-is-thick tore my paper after I added the hinges. Kind of bummed because I went through almost a half a roll of tape. Rats!

      • I’m thinking it might be the paper we use. I noticed mine tore too. I just covered the tear with washi tape. All good GINGER 🙂 I’m just happy you’re SO gracious and share your ideas, art and tutorials with US. You truly are talented and I must admit that I’ve tried lots and lots of tutorials and would mess up and/or give up, but I followed yours and finished. Thank you, thank you, thank you 🙂

  4. HI ginger love your work
    I would like to see your top cover from the Pocket page mini album tutorial
    I am just learning I think your the best teacher on these mini album

    Thank you so much your great

  5. Thank you so much for this tutorial. A group of my friends got together and spent several days making these beautiful books. Your directions made it very easy. Thank you for keeping it posted so that we may enjoy it and have the pleasure of your talent.

  6. Love your tutorial that I just happend to find as I searched the web for altered scrapbooks. My friend had made beautiful 6×6 and 8×8 albums and told me to check on YouTube. I am so glad I found you and the series. The series have everything I want to learn on making the books. Thanks so much for doing all the lessons and pleaseee keep it up! Love your work! Also the scoring pcs can be found in any craft store, and in Sewing stores like Joann Fabric if in your areas. great sites fopr the papers also like Embellish It, where I get a lot of the papers not in local craft stores, and at sale prices.

  7. A Graphic 45 Botanical Tea mini album popped up somehow on my screen several months ago. (If memory serves, it was your creation) I fell in love with it, knew I had to make it, thought of someone that would appreciate it, bought the materials, and have spent absolute hours, weeks, trying to figure out how it was done. Today, I found your Pocket Page Mini Album Tutorial Series and am so incredibly thankful. I will be watching Part 2 immediately. Again, my thanks for making my day.

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  9. Hi Ginger I just wanted to let you know that I just posted some pics of a mini album on my blog @ http://rebeccabillard.blogspot.ca that I just made following your Pocket Page Mini tutorial! I am fairly new to making mini albums and I just love your tutorials, I look forward to following along with more. Thanks for your awesome inspiration and knowledge! Rebecca

  10. With your help and expertise, I made my 1st Faith Mini Binder Album! It is beautiful! I showed my friend and she was in awe how professional it looks. She said it looks like something you would buy in a boutique! Thank you for your I easy to understand videos!

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