Crazy for Christmas Mini Album for Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop
Hello Ribbon Lovers!
It’s time for another fabulous blog hop at Really Reasonable Ribbon. You should be hopping over from JENN’s fashionable and fabulous blog. If so you are right on track. If you’d like to start at the beginning of this hop, go over to the Really Reasonable Ribbon BLOG where you’ll find the complete list. You don’t want to miss a single stop along the way, because I’ve seen the previews, and there are some fabby projects for your viewing pleasure. I used the the fresh, fun ribbons in the October “Crazy for Christmas” Ribbon Club Assortment with retro papers from October Afternoon to make a massive Christmas mini album. Just check out these fabby ribbons!
These ribbons put the jolly in Holly Jolly! The retro vibe was perfect for some October Afternoon Christmas papers that I’ve had hoarded away for quite some time.
This 5.5″ x 7.5″ chunky album has chipboard covers, an “O” ring binding and is chock full of Christmas cheer.
Tabbed pages divide the album up into 4 sections. It’s filled to the brim with Christmas cheer and has loads of room for photos, recipes and journaling.
The colors in the Crazy for Christmas Ribbon Collection are a perfect match for these papers, and I’ve used them to accent layout pages throughout. Just add photos or journaling and you’ve got a great December Daily Album!
I kept the inside pretty simple, so that the photos can take center stage.
I love using ribbon as borders on pages.
A little stitching, a little square knot bow…adds such a festive feel to the album.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care!
I think I used every single smidge of ribbon and trim from this gorgeous Crazy for Christmas assortment.
This is great spot for recipes, cookie photos or baking day photos. The ribbon adds a lovely shine!
Room for more recipes and photos.
I keep a list of the cookies I make each year, and this would be a great spot to do it.
A little rusty metal star is glammed up with some Dazzling Diamonds Stickles on the final recipe page. Then we go into a section devoted to Christmas Morning.
Room for loads of photos! This snowy white Mary Crocheted Lace adds such great texture!
I’ve used it again here, along with sparkly icicles to give the page a real wintry feel. The opposite page has a pocket with tags that are topped with silky soft Emerald Checkerboard Satin Ribbon.
This page would be great for photos of kids on Santa’s lap!
And these pages have room for family photos.
I tucked a tiny piece of Mary Crocheted lace behind my tag and I also used it as a border. It just pops off the page.
Here’s a look at all the scrumptious ribbons tied onto the binding rings. So festive!
From here, you will hop over to see how Cherry used these same ribbons to make a fabulous project or two. When you’ve visited all the blogs in this hop, make sure you return to the RRR BLOG and answer Bonnie’s question of the month so you can be entered to win your very own Crazy for Christmas Ribbon Club Assortment.
If you haven’t signed up for the Monthly Ribbon Club, now is a great time to do it, because Bonnie has a special deal where you can get TWO Ribbon Club Assortments at a great price! Who doesn’t enjoy getting a package of fabulous ribbons in the mail each month. If you’re looking for a great Christmas gift for the crafter who has everything, this would be a fabulous choice!
And, if you’d like to purchase this Crazy for Christmas Mini Album, you can find it in my ETSY shop.
Thanks for stopping by!
Wow, your mini album is just gorgeous! It looks like you put a lot of time into it. I love it!
SUPER CUTEST mini album! These are some of my fave projects, and I may have to make one now after seeing yours. Great job!
Brilliant…every festive page! LOVE the nostalgia and retro Christmas feeling throughout! Gorgeous and just so fun!
What a wonderful remembrance of Christmas. It has the retro look yet the colors are so fabulously updated especially with the beautiful colors of the ribbons. This will be fun to look at each year when it is pulled out. How fantastic.
This is the most wonderful album I’ve seen. The retro look is my favorite and you really took it to the top it makes me smile tfs
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Kathy, this album is delightful! The ribbon looks fantastic, but it’s those vintage Christamas papers that have my heart! So retro, and sweet additions you have included, like the Christmas tree on the cover, the tinsel wreath, the tiny stockings, and the rusty star make this so special. Love it!
Holy Cow!!! So amazing!!!
What a FANTASTIC Christmas album Kathy. You’ve knocked my socks off AGAIN. Great job!!
Beautiful traditional colours Kathy. Love all pictures and spaces for photo’s and extras. The ribbons are sumptuous and gorgeous. Another winner my friend. X
WOW! Kathy, You did a super job. while you were making this one, I hope you made additional copies. It such a lovely gift, the whole family would love one….thanks for sharing. I love those ribbons too….have a good day.
I totally love this!!! Such a fabulous project, every single page and detail!!! 🙂
Holy Moly! Wow! Gorgeous and sooooo much work was put into this lovely creation! Just speachless!
Hugs and wows!
Not that I like to think that Christmas is right around the corner. Scares me to death. Love the album Kathy.
It’s certainly beginning to look a lot like Christmas and I can’t think of a more wonderful creation than this gorgeous album to start the countdown! Wow! Wow!! Wow!!! Every page is a beauty, Kathy! I don’t know how you do it, but I’m thankful you do. Well done!!!
You got me in a Christmas frame of mind just looking at your album. It is filled to the brim with Christmas spirit. It is great Kathy. I love it. (As usual!)
You are such an over-achiever! In a good way! hee hee I love this, every bit of it. It reminds me of my childhood Christmases in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. The images are the same as those used on Christmas cards and those cardboard decor items we used to hang in the windows! I remember getting some HUGE images of Santa and Company to hang in the windows one year, to decorate for my brother, who was coming home from Vietnam. We plastered the yard with signs and lights, including a handmade sign that spelled out WELCOME HOME in Christmas lights! We had a huge, fat Santa cut-out for the front door. His arms were hinged so you could pose him…..ahhh memories! Thanks for the walk down memory lane this morning!
great use of the ribbon. of course the entire mini album is amazing and makes me want to drop everything and make one
wonderful presentation of the RRR
Those ribbons are so cute! I love the traditional Christmas red and green. Your little album is bright, cheery and packed full of cute ephemera. Lots of pockets and special places to tuck this and that. Really cute, Kathy.
Wow–fabulous album. Lots of great details and I like how you used the ribbon.
WOW, WOW, WOW!!!!! This album is absolutely gorgeous. So glad you kept the inside simple lol. Obviously, your idea of simple and my idea of simple are nothing alike. How long did it take to make this amazing album?
pure delight! just like a big glass of eggnog with fresh baked cookies! every page is just a thing of beauty with all of the wonderful bits and bobs. you have truly showcased the ribbon club assortment to its best! 🙂
Beautiful use of that gorgeous ribbon…..every page is as beautiful as the first…another gorgeous project, but I knew it would be..love seeing what the RRR girls create!!