Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album for RRR March Blog Hop

Really Reasonable Ribbon March Ribbon Club Blog Hop: Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album

Hello, Ribbon Lovers!  Welcome to the RRR March Blog Hop! You should be coming here from Karen’s lovely blog.   Today’s Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album is a little bit of a departure from my normal crafting style.  But my sweet little Julia is turning 6, and she loooooves unicorns.  So like any good Nan, I broke out my best unicorn papers and embellishments to make this special interactive mini album for her.  Lucky for me, the gorgeous ribbons in the March Ribbon Club Assortment were a perfect match for this playful project.

If these ribbons don’t say “Magical Unicorn Princess” then I’ll eat my hat!  LOL

Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album: The Shaker Cover

Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album Cake by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product by Photoplay Photo 01

Every Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album needs a shaker element, so I added this one to the album front.

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And, it has to be adorned with a priceless pink gem, too!

Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album Cake by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product by Photoplay Photo 03

Don’t forget the ribbon!  Every Magical Princess Unicorn Mini Album must have ribbon!  The bow cluster is a combination of Sherbet Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon and 3/8″ Garden Rose Select Swiss Dots Grosgrain Ribbons. Both are part of the beautiful March Spring Mix Ribbon Club Collection.

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I’ve used more of these lovely ribbons to create ribbon streamers on the mini album spine.

Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album: A peek inside

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I created 4 signatures for this album, with 3 pocket pages.  To decorate the pocket pages, I’ve cut snips of ribbon from the club assortment and topped them with a button.  Julia loves both ribbons and buttons.  It must be genetic!

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The inside has a box style pocket with unicorn pencils (what else?) and a mini unicorn clip board.  I’ve written sayings and jokes about unicorns throughout the album.

Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album Cake by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product by Photoplay Photo 07I designed this to be a mixed use type of album.  The pages have pockets, flaps and other fun interactive elements.  But I also left space for Julia to write stories, add photos, drawings and magazine clippings.  I’m hoping she will get hours of crafty fun with this album, and maybe even bring it to the house for us to work on together.

On with the Hop!

From here, you will hop on over to see what crafty goodness Linsey has in store for you.  Be sure to visit each blog in the hop, then pop on over to the Really Reasonable Ribbon blog.  There, you will answer Bonnie’s question of the month, and be entered into the drawing for your very own Spring Colors Mix Ribbon Club Assortment!

If you’re not already a member of the RRR Monthly Ribbon Club, now is a great time to join!  Each month a lovely package of beautiful ribbons will be delivered to your door.  It’s like having a birthday every month of the year!  With Mother’s Day coming up, it makes a great gift, too.  You can find all the information (and a special deal!) right HERE.

I can’t wait to celebrate Julia’s birthday!

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

 

 

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18 thoughts on “Magical Unicorn Princess Mini Album for RRR March Blog Hop

  1. Beverly Jordan

    This is so gorgeous! All the rainbow colors are perfect for this unicorn album! All the details from the shaker to the spring flowers and bouquets are just beautiful!

  2. auntie em

    That is the sweetest little unicorn album for a dear little lady’s pics and memorabilia! Lots of fun places to tuck pics and journaling and all those little treasures a little girl HAS to hang on to.
    Love the ribbons you have chosen with all the pretty blings and trims and that amazing shaker topper!
    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  3. carol edwards

    Hi Kathy, Julia will absolutely adore this album. So much to enjoy and investigate for little girls imagination with magical unicorns too. I lov the shaker idea too. I’m sure this is going to be a very treasured album for many years to comexx

  4. Linda Brown

    Love this mini album. I think I will have to make this one for my grand-baby as well. Where can I find this paper??? Love all the colors and your style is right on! Thanks for sharing.

  5. becab33324

    What a fabulous & magical birthday gift for Julia. She is going
    to swoon! I love the shaker cover!!

  6. Gena

    OMG! That is the most precious little mini I have ever seen! You outdid yourself….as usual! Love your creativeness, Kathy. Have a beautiful day!

    1. kathycNC Post author

      Awww! Thank you so much, Gena! It was fun designing all the little flips and flaps for my granddaughter to discover. Thanks for making my day!

  7. Helen

    Oh Kathy, what little girl (or boy) wouldn’t want to have this book! The colors and embellishments are simply magical. Every time I study your photos I see something more. Thanks for continuing to share your creativity. RRR must love having this on the blog hop.

  8. Vicki R.

    This is truly magical, Kathy! Julie will love it! The papers and ribbons are a perfect match together. You are always so inspiring!

  9. Corrine Ann

    Oh, what fun! You have thought of everything! I think any little or big girl would love to receive this album ! You are remarkable Kathy ! Thanks for sharing !

  10. Tristan Robin Blakeman

    What a delightful and magical album for a little girl (or boy! I have to get over my gender expectations to go on in the 21st century! LOL). Love all the colors and sparkle and fantasy that is sure to capture their imaginations!
    I’ve always loved shakers – for YEARS – even before they were popular “again!” But, I’ve never been able to figure out how to make them. I’ve watched a few tutorials, but they all seem to be focused on selling premade little cutouts that I’m not really fond of.
    So I just have to ooh and aah over fun ones – like yours!
    Thanks for sharing – have a terrific day!

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