Thursday, August 08, 2013

Mini Scrapbook Purse

Happy Thursday My Blogger Friends!
My share for today is a pretty little Mini Scrapbook Purse I received from Kathy Morgan of Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Check out this amazing project she created.......

This mini scrapbook purse was made from two mini 3x3 Stampin' UP! envelopes along with some Afternoon Picnic DSP and a few punches.
Here's a close-up of the closure  Kathy created with the Floral Frames Framelits die and a couple scallop punches.  For a little WOW FACTOR..........Kathy added a Very Vintage Button to the top punched out scallop piece.
To create her little scrapbook purse.....Kathy glued the two envelope flaps of her 3x3 envelopes together and then covered all sides of the envelope with DSP.
She even added some Velcro adhesive to her Floral Frame Framelits and that acts as a closing device for her little purse.
Here's a view of how the purse looks when opened up completely.
By not sealing up each of the envelopes she created two different pockets for her scrapbook...... 
Each pocket holds a 3" die-cut circle.......
That is PERFEC for journaling!
Here's what the backside of the mini scrapbook purse looks like.  This little purse is as cute from the front view as the backside view......and is the perfect little scrapbook to tuck inside your purse for some quick bragging rights when needed.
And here's one last view of what this ADORABLE little scrapbook looks like.  Many Thanks to Kathy for sharing this swap with me.......I'm for sure going to be making of these soon.
 
Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to begin sharing some of the card swaps that I received while at the Stampin' UP! Convention.  Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

3 comments:

Patti Willey said...

Hmm, I'll have to see if I have any of those and save this project for later! I love purses!

Mary Fish said...

sweet scrapbook purse . . . perfect for baby twoie pix and more of the grandkiddos!

Lynn. G. said...

Oh Kadie! How adorable. I just love it. I am going to try to make one this weekend if all goes well. Thank you so much for sharing with us.