Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Try It Tuesday~mini portfolio tutorial!

Hi guys!!!
Last year, about this time, I did a guest blogger spot on Shimelle
I showed 5 different ways to use mini pattern papers.  My examples were with Jenni Bowlin Studio.
Anyway I also made a few tutorials of these projects.  Shimelle has given me the OK to share them with you.
Below is a step by step on how I made this mini portfolio.  This was also a class at Craft Crossing last year:)) These are great teacher presents but really cute, so you'll want one for yourself.

Other than spotting a typo, I think you can follow it with no problem.
To see all the projects I did using this mini pattern paper by Jenni Bowlin , here is the direct link to Shimelle.
You can click on the picture and it will bring it up bigger for you.
I have another guest spot with Shimelle that will be posted in the next few months (crossing my fingers)~she is pretty busy!!!!


  1. Thank you for sharing this idea. Make me want to search in my stash for this kind of papers...

  2. This is amazing!!!! I have always wanted to try one of these!!!!!!

  3. Sweet little album! Congrats! Love stalking you and Shimelle!.

  4. Great project, TFS! So exciting that you get to be on Shimelle's blog again!

  5. Very cool, and yes, this would make a great little gift! I'm thinking for my MIL to add all the Valentines she gets from the grandkids! :)

  6. These are awesome, Connie! I can think of all sorts of people to make them for. Thank you!

  7. wow this mini book is awesome.. thanks for the tips.. this would be fun to make..

    Hope you are enjoying your week Connie.. :)

  8. That is awesome -
    This is going on my to do list!!!

    Great Work ....

  9. What a great project and tutorial! Think I might just have to try my hand at it. TFS!

  10. I tried this a while back and loved it! You have inspired me
    to make another~
    Thanks for all you share with us Connie!
    Beautiful project!

  11. Great tutorial. I can't wait to make one. This will make a good gift for alot of people...Such a great use of those mini paper full sheets. Thanks for sharing it!

  12. Fun and it will make a great teacher project. Pining


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