Mini Album Page Tutorial – Julie Nutting Paper Dolls / Kaisercraft Coastal Escape

Mini Album Page Tutorial – Julie Nutting Paper Dolls / Kaisercraft Coastal Escape

Today I’m sharing a quick tutorial on how I created the pages in my Julie Nutting Paper Dolls mini album. This is the same page design as the Kaisercraft Coastal Escape mini album. Below are the measurements for the covers and spine in case you would like to create this project. Enjoy!

YouTube link

Measurements
Covers are 5-3/4 x 7-3/4
Spine is 5-3/4 x 2-3/4
Photo mats for small pockets are 4-1/4 x 6-1/4
Photo mats for larger pockets are 5-1/4 x 7-1/4

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  1. Ginger, I recently discovered your blog and You Tube channel and have been watching until I am cross eyed. Your mini books are sooo creative and beautiful. You are a master. I have a couple questions about supplies. Where do you get your chipboard for the covers and the magnets? Last question when you double mat what size border do you usually leave? Thank you so much for all the viewing pleasure.

    • Thanks so much! I buy my chipboard from Amazon.com. I purchase the medium weight chipboard by Grafix. My magnets I get from Butterbeescraps.com. They are the small ones.

      • Thanks for this video tutorial (I love ALL of your video tutorials) along with the mini measurements. You are such a talented designer. I appreciate all the work you put into your tutorials and I never miss any of them:)

  2. Thank you so much for this tutorial! This paper is just so cute, can’t wait to make this! Easy to follow! You sure are great at these!

  3. Hi, Ginger. I also watch your blog and YouTube videos. All the mini albums you make are super cute.

    Thanks for posting the size you made this mini album and the size of the tags. After finding your site, I’ve only made the smaller size mini albums. The next mini album I am going to attempt is going to be this size for 4×6 pictures.

    When you use 12×12 cardstock for the main pages, is there a certain brand of the solid cardstock that seems to work better than others? Thanks.

  4. Ginger you are always so generous with your tutorials. I loved your mini and I want to make some myself for a trip I took with my teacher friends. Thanks for all you do!!! Hugs, Brenda

  5. Hi Ginger. I so love watching your tutorials. Everything you make is beautiful. I also love your video background on your desk. Could you please tell me where you bought it & what it’s made of. Thanks 🙂

    • Thanks! The background that I use is a photographer background paper. It comes in a large 4ft x8ft roll. It’s just made of paper. I purchased it from Amazon.com

  6. Thank you for sharing your tutorials.Your work is just beautiful.
    I am wondering how do you attach the flip page on your Goal mini album.

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