Mini Book Challenge

Good Morning! Welcome to Papertrey Ink’s 2012 Stamp-a-Faire! If you are looking for more details about today’s event, please click on the graphic above to visit Nichole Heady’s blog for all of the details.

For my mini book album I am sharing today, I used A2 envelopes as pages and pockets. It’s sure to pack lots of photos and memories.

Here are all of the pages that are inserted into the envelopes.

Now, I’ll take you on a little tour of how the mini book is all put together. Flip through each page by seeing each photo!

Here is a video of the tutorial!

Thanks so much for checking out my mini book tutorial using A2 envelopes! See you in a few of hours!

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  • Bevie Pearl - I really really like how you made this mini travel book with envelopes. It is perfect!! Thanks for sharing your talents and inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Holly Saveur - Such a SUPER tutorial Ashley you explane it all so well..will for sure try it one day!ReplyCancel

  • Carolannewvbooklover - This was a fantastic tutorial! This is going on my to do list… (Hopefully after I finish freezing and cooking zucchini from our garden.) I love this book. So many possibilities!ReplyCancel

  • Gayle215 - Ashley, that was the most concise, best tutorial I’ve ever seen for creating a mini, envelope album. You made it look really easy and do-able. I can’t wait to try this one. Great job, and a super cute project!ReplyCancel

  • Lenny - Wowza!! Great video!!
    I learned a lot!!
    Thank you for this awesome tutorial!!
    Gorgeous mini album!!ReplyCancel

  • PatM. - Thanks for the mini album tutorial. You make it look so easy! Love your blog!!ReplyCancel

  • Diana K - Never mind the mini book tutorial (which was awesome), your completed travel album is simply gorgeous! Love each and every detail. Your work is incredible.ReplyCancel

  • ALISON bergman - ASHLEY…I LOVE THIis little album. Love the way you made it with the envelopes…and since my husband and I just returned from California, it will be great for a little memory book of our adventures there. thanks. Love all your little books.


  • Terri E. - This has been my favorite find of the day! I wan’t even thinking mini books, but it sparked ideas for Christmas gifts.

    Thank you!
    Terri E.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Deeprose - Just have to let you know that I think you’ve done a fabulous job with your contributions to this year’s summer camp!!!! Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

  • Shelly - I felt like using envelopes for a mini. I had your YouTube video amongst my favorites… and I realized as I watched again, that you said pictures of your album were on your blog. It turned out really well! Thanks for the tutorial. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Lori Hampton - Found a link on Pinterest for a Just Me Blogspot and she had made a micro album based on your mini album…. I love them both!
    Can’t wait to make my own! :0)ReplyCancel

  • Siska - Thank you for the tutorial! Love it very much!ReplyCancel

  • Lola - I’ve been trying to come up with ideas for a mini album for a few road trips we have planned this coming year. This is perfect! Thank you so much for your brilliance!ReplyCancel

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