Wednesday, March 12, 2008

An Inspired Project!

Remember that "WOOHOO" I had the other day? When I went into the LSS and found the perfect supplies that I never knew I needed? LOL Well, the project is finished and here it is!

I had taken some great shots of DH when he was kiteskiing the other day -- and the project that came out of it wasn't exactly what I originally pictured it to be. I intended to do a double page layout. During the drive home, however, my idea morphed into something totally different -- a tin box album -- and I am so pleased with it! Here's what it looks like:


The covers are actually the top and bottom of a tin box. The tin is bound right into the album, and the pages are staggered like this:

And a view of the inside of the back cover of the tin:
This little album was so much fun, and surprisingly easy. The materials I used were the new "Zach's Life" line from Little Yellow Bicycle. I also used a few Maya Road Office Sheers.
If you'd like to see this project in real life, it's at Just Scrap It in Saskatoon. :)
TFL!

5 comments:

Laura said...

Absolutely love this mini album/"book in a tin." You did an amazing job on it (am so not surprised). See you Friday night!!!

kris & kyle said...

Wow, it's Kristen here again, who knows the guys from Escape....this book / album is awesome!!!!!!! It's the greatest album in a long time....so original, so wonderful, so brilliant! The idea is amazing, and the pictures, papers and embellies (text, logos, etc.) WOW! I may have to show this one to my partner! I would love to do up a manly extreme sports book for him!!!!! LOVE IT!

kris & kyle said...

oh, did all of this come from JSI? Like all the word logos, phone message card,e tc. Just wondering how many different packs you put together....just so awesome!

Amanda said...

Yup -- all supplies are from JSI!

Julie said...

Oh WOW, I mean, WOW. You come up with the most creative ideas!! This is fabulous. Little Yellow Bicycle paper is perfect for this!
I am now inspired to do another layout with this line!