Tim Holtz Wallflower Mini Album

Tim Holtz Wallflower Mini Album

Hello everyone! I want to share a little mini album I created using the gorgeous Tim Holtz Wallflower papers. I used the paper that had all of the ATC size prints on it to create this mini. This little mini album measures 3-1/4 x 4-1/4 inches.

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  1. Is there a tutorial for the wallpaper mini album?
    Love it and have a lot of Tim holtz paper I’d like to try making one.
    Thanks, kris

  2. Another super cute mini, I too love the paper, am a huge fan of his paper line! I love the flowers you made, really adds to the pages!

  3. This is an adorable mini Ginger and I have to agree with you that the paper is gorgeous. It doesn’t even look like something Tim would put out in my opinion. Beautiful album!
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  4. I love watching your videos! I am in the process of making your gatefold scrapbook. LOVE IT! Anyway, during one of the videos you mentioned where you purchased your white bone folder tool (the one with the square end it on) and I can’t find the video you mentioned it. Can you email me the website? I would sure appreciate it. Thank you so much, and keep creating! You motivated me back into my papercrafting! Have a great day !

  5. Oh Ging! I love this paper. I am so glad Tim decided that flowers and feminine can be edgy too. I just went to Joann’s and picked up two pads, Scared to use it! I sent you an email asking some paper help.
    I think I delight in your mini’s because they ARE mini. I used to be into miniatures two crafts ago LOl! You big delights sure comes in small packages from My Sisters Scrapper.

  6. Love this little book. I also made your gate fold mini from your videos. I used a summer paper line that I think was called “Sunshine”. I would love to make this mini album. Would you mind sharing the size of the pages and the tags? I assume the cover is 3 1/4 x 4 1/4. How big is the spine? I can figure all the rest of the book out without a tutorial if I have these measurements. Thanks for sharing your creativity with all of us!

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