Madelynn's First 12 Months

Today's post is a mini album I made for my great great niece's first birthday.  For this album I used Karen Burniston's  Katie Label Accordion dies and Susan's Garden Notes - Rose 2 die.  I am just loving all of Susan's new dies and stamps.   It took a little time to do but was a lot of fun.  Karen Burniston has a great You Tube  video here showing how to add clear pages to the Pop It Ups Accordion Album and is very easy to follow.  Susan also has a great video for making the rose here .   I actually made it with seven panels giving me a place for 12 pictures plus a front and back.  I used a pink double sided cardstock and a white cardstock which gave me a variety of color.


The largest individual Katie Label die for a matt for the pictures along with the oval from the Oval Accordion Die.  My embellishments were small flowers from my stash and various corners cut from Tags and More 1 and Tags and More 3.

The front panel was printed on white cardstock and then cut with Katie label die and mounted it onto colored label.

I do hope this inspires you to make some of these Accordion Albums.  You can use as many pages or as few pages  as you want for your project.  They are a lot of fun to make.  Hop on over to Elizabeth Craft Designs for your supplies.


Elizabeth Craft Designs

Susan's Garden Notes Die #998

Susan's Tool Set #808

Mini Molding Pad

Karen Burniston Katie Label Accordion Die #903

Karen Burniston Oval Accordion Card Die #772

Elizabeth Craft Designs Tags & More 1 - Lace #951

Elizabeth Craft Designs Tags & More 3 - Leaves #953

Double sided adhesive 6mm #506


Transparencies from Staples

Pearls from AC Moore

White Daisy cardstock Close to My Heart

Double sided cardstock from my stash

Little flowers from my stash

Thanks for stopping by today I do hope that this is an inspiration for you.  please visit Elizabeth Craft Design and check out all their great products.



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