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Celebrating a new addition in the family? Make a sweet Diaper Mini Album
using the A2 Diaper Card Die by 
TOP DOG DIES
to commemorate the special occasion!

I had a blast making this little album.  I started with plain white cardstock and used it
as the base for both pieces of the album (the back panel and front panel). 
To make the album extra sturdy, I die-cut the front panel from this adorable 
patterned paper by Doodlebug Design.  I glued the patterned piece over the top
of the white cardstock using Zip Dry...quick and easy!

The back panel includes the tabs that slides easily into the slits found on the
front panel.  I did use a dab of glue so that the tabs can't slide out of place.

I only embellished the fronts of the diaper, but I did add a patterned paper to the
back; it makes a nice area for a photo.




The diaper card allows you to tuck into a tag or invitation.
For the album, I cut some white cardstock to 3X4 and then topped each one
with a patterned paper and a tab of ribbon by May Arts.

Around the leg opening, I added some yellow pom trim by May Arts Ribbon.
I used a crop-a-dile to punch holes in the side of each page and then added
a large ring to hold them all together.

Shop Top Dog Dies for a huge assortment of steel rule and wafer thin dies!
Have a happy weekend!

Comments

  1. Are you kidding me with this?!?!?! This is the cutest little mini E.V.E.R!

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    1. LOL Thanks, Christy! I thought it turned out pretty darn cute too ^-^

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  2. This is over the top ADORABLE! Loving the pull out tags and all the cute ways you've been using your May Arts Pom Trim! :)

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  3. I make a ton of mini baby books for clients.... this is ah-mazing! I. LOVE. IT!

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  4. I make a ton of mini baby books for clients.... this is ah-mazing! I. LOVE. IT!

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  5. I am going to make 2 of these!! They are so cute & we are expecting twin grandsons in the spring! My daughter-in-law will love them! Thank you!

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  6. I love your ideas there are so cute. I love the papers and embellishments. Thank you so much for the wonderful inspirations. You are very talented.

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  7. So beautiful...

    Val
    www.crieartezzanato.blogspot.com

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  8. wow love it, wonderful inspiration, i am due a great nephew any day soon x

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