Renaissance Faire Mini Album

I made this gate fold mini using Graphic 45’s Renaissance Faire paper collection. It has Tim Holtz and Graphic 45 metals and a metal cabinet hinge. Be sure to stop by my blog from time to time: and my Scrapbook Junkies facebook page: to share ideas, projects, great finds, interesting blogs and maybe a few laughs.

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25 Responses to “Renaissance Faire Mini Album”

  1. ScrappyMatilda Says:

    The tag in the paper roll in the album has like a flap, is that a punch? I really want one like that haha? :)

  2. TheMissHaven Says:

    You have? a big talent and you make beautiful albums ! I Hope that I one day can be as good as you :)
    ( started scrapbooking 1 month ago)
    Hugs Rebecca :)

  3. livartnow Says:

    This is a wonderful mini, love all the different flaps and pages you’ve created for? this album!! Tfs, Linda

  4. madstamper64 Says:

    This is absolutely fabulous. Amazing all the work you do. Such wonderful talent and inspiration. TFS,? Olga

  5. sundownerin Says:


  6. TheLiptonTEE Says:

    This is beautiful! You have a lot of talent. Do you sell these or do you? just make them for your friends? Loving your work

  7. swsheila50 Says:

    love love love it please do a tutorial on this gatefold loved every detail thing about it please do an tutorial. been having a? problem doing a gatefold I have the cinch binding machine would like to use this to do a gatefold help. thanks for sharing

  8. tabithagracejones Says:

    So gorgeous – beautifully? composed album – love this paper! TFS

  9. manjar50 Says:


  10. creativecafegirl Says:

    @swsheila50 Thanks for the great comment.? I plan to do a tutorial some time in January. I just haven’t had the time to put a tutorial together this month.

  11. bellepoupee61 Says:

    Absolutely? beautiful!!!

  12. carolynsfo Says:

    Susie, absolutely? stunning!

  13. OpaqueWhisper Says:

    Stunning album, I love all of your albums you really have a talent. In case you wanted to know Ciao is pronounced Its pronounced as “Chou”. “Ch” as in Channel and “Ou” as in “owl”. It is used either as? a greeting or parting such as goodbye. Or like Chow in “Chow Mein”

  14. creativecafegirl Says:

    @OpaqueWhisper Cool!! Thanks for the info. I knew that? they always said Chow, I just didn’t know that’s how it was spelled (ciao).

  15. sexsavannah43 Says:

    So? lovely

  16. scrappinhigh Says:

    You are so creative, I love? all the mini albums you make.

  17. jolac46 Says:

    Your mini album is stunning. I love that? you made different style of pages. Love those papers. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

  18. 1designingdragon Says:

    Your mini gate-fold album is just stunning.

  19. creativeexpression1 Says:

    This album is absolutely stunning loved the way you have configured? the pages really awesome…

  20. KimScrapper Says:

    What an amazing album,? so many nooks and crannys,tfs

  21. tOiNsPiReArT Says:

    Awesome album! TFS? ~Sandra

  22. irinafantacci Says:

    Sei venuta in Italia?! Hai raccolto delle carte con le opere d’arte piu’ famose. sono orgogliosa, grazie. ps? ma dove le hai trovate? io stessa non le trovo fatte cosi’. ancora complimenti, guardo sempre i tuoi video. scusa se ti scrivo in italiano ma il mio traduttore on line non e’ tanto corretto. Bye bye Irina da Genova-Italy

  23. creativecafegirl Says:

    @irinafantacci Grazie per il complimento. Ho trovato la raccolta di carta su ebay ed è una linea di carta vecchio di grafica 45. Ho fatto questo album per una donna la cui figlia ha studiato arte in Italia. Così felice che ti sia piaciuto. Quanto a me, nessun viaggio? in Italia nel mio prossimo futuro.

  24. irishmiss1104 Says:

    This is just? stunning…!!! Love your work….!!!

  25. Scrapitydoodah Says:

    Simply gorgeous. The G45 paper is beautiful and I love how you’ve incorporated different sized papers. TFS -? Lynn

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