Friday, November 18, 2011

Mini Toilet Paper Album & Video

Hello everyone and Happy Friday to all! Today im super excited to share My 
Toilet Paper Mini Album I designed for Really Reasonable Ribbon! Yes you saw right Toilet paper rolls, what a perfect way to use them up and wait til you see the inside of this album, lots of room for writing and photo's.
I decided to take pictures and show a video below so you can see all the room this lil' mini has. I also did not skimp on my ribbons and trim, I LOVE LOVE LOVE all the ribbons and trims and laces that Bonnie carries over at Really Reasonable Ribbon and will link them all below for you.
Ribbons supply:
Ribbon Club(some of the silver in it)

I made lots of bows, and used a lot of ribbon in this mini, but i really really had tons of fun with it, and its my 1st toilet paper mini album ive made. I will be making more of these, what wonderful gifts they will make!

I added feathers,pearls,buttons,and flowers in my mini. I didnt do any stamping, not sure when i will. All the tags were cut with my cricut machine using tags,bags,boxes and more, but im sure you can find other tags from other sources to use in your mini album.All design paper used is DCWV.

Charisma Cardz/Lace and pearls
Crafty Ribbons/Anything but a card
Do you stack up?/splash of blue
Crafty Creations /Recycle (toilet paper rolls)
Make it Monday/anything goes
Marks finest papers/favorite technique Mini albums, and handmade roses

Hope you enjoy my YouTube video, as I had to video this in my daughters room next door to where I live....hehehehehe No craft room here yet for me. Enjoy!!! 

Thank you for looking and have a lovely weekend!! Hugs to all,


Chrissy said...

Fantastic project Cheryl, so very beautiful...who would have thought toilet roll video, Thank you for sharing..awesome..


Sarah said...

Wow! What a beautiful project. Thanks for joining us at the Pretty Little Ribbon Shop challenge. Sarah x

WencheP said...

This is really beautiful. Had to be a lot of work.... It's so creative and filled with loads of great details! Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.


~Marlene Krogh~ said...

Fantastic project, thanks for sharing ! Have a nice weekend.

Rene said...

What a gorgeous project! Thank you so much for joining us at MIM! To win this week's fabulous prize, just leave a comment for another entry and mention you saw them on MIM. The more comments left, the greater your chance of winning! Good luck!
Rene :D

angelique (anlou) said...

hiya sweetie
this is absolutely gorgeous hunni
what a work you've put in to it
have a great weekend sweetie
hugs angelique

pinky said...

Wow Cheryl, recycling at its best eh! I loved your utube video, thanks for that. Its a stunning project. Thanks for joining us at CRAFTY RIBBONS.

Allison said...

thanks for playing along with Charisma this week
Allison x

Pat Garvin said...

Looks awesome!! Thanks for sharing your technique with Speedy the Cats Friends.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Fabulous recycling!! Such a pretty album too! Thanks for joining in the Crafty Creations challenge!

Janeen said...

well, i'm not real sure how you changed the TP rolls into something so gorgeous but what a great creation.Thanks for playing in Speedy's Challenge.

The Crafty Den said...

Wow Cheryl what a gorgeous creation. I love the soft colours and your pretty details. Thanks for joining us at charisma cardz challenge this week. Hugs, Denise x

Jan Garber said...

Very clever idea! Thanks for sharing and joining us at DYSU!

Naomi said...

Wow, absolutely gorgeous! I love all of your fabulous embellishments! Thanks so much for joining us, this week, at DYSU!

Jane said...

Wow! this is incredible! love all the lace and bows and such gorgeous colours! thanks for joining us at pretty little ribbon shop! hugs, Jane x

Anonymous said...

Awesome mini album. I have a question for you please. How did you bind your book? I couldn't see the binding. Thank you Sandy

Cheryl Walker said...

Thank you Sandy for your sweet comment! I hope you see this comment as I just used one of the Orings to bind this an d then added ribbons and such. In one of the photo's above you will see the metal ring :)