Cloth Mixed Media Mini {Showcasing My Senior}

cover mixed media mini

Back in November, I posted a video of a technique for making a fabric mixed media mini, and I’m now excited to show the completed album! I love the fact that I have the the most unique little album to show off my daughter’s senior photos….because she’s a cool, unique girl.


I didn’t add too much to each page, because there’s so much going on with the textures and colors on the page anyway. Mostly, I added tags, flowers, buttons, twine and trims. Oh, and glitter. Ahhh, glitter!


Journaling, no matter how little, was necessary, because of the different locations the photos were taken.



I prefer typed journaling usually, but I thought in this case, because of the personal element (I was the photographer and obviously the album creator), I’d use handwritten journaling.


The trimmed and sewn page protectors keep the printed photos from getting mussed up when it is being looked through.


Here’s the video, in case you missed it before:

Thanks so much for visiting today, and having a look at my funky little album. πŸ™‚ I’m so excited when you take the time to stop by, and especially when you leave a comment! Have a happy start to the week!
~Blessings, A


One Comment on “Cloth Mixed Media Mini {Showcasing My Senior}”

  1. Chipper says:

    And so you should hand write … especially as you have such beautiful handwriting! My handwriting looks like a chicken walked across the page πŸ˜€ I had already bookmarked this video to come back to and will get to it when I get a bit more time. Oh to only need a few hours of sleep each night but the older I get, the more sleep I need!

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