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Tutorial of the Week: BoBunny Weekend Mini Album Series 9

Good morning, everyone!  I am so excited about this week’s tutorial…we are finishing the mini album today!!!  Woot!  Woot!  Man, it has felt like a long haul, but a very fun one 🙂  Let’s jump right in…


  • black cardstock
  • patterned cardstock
  • medium weight chipboard
  • grunge paper
  • leather
  • miscellaneous charms, brads, eyelets, pins and clips
  • E6000
  • Scor-tape
  • multi-purpose glue
  • Glue n’ Seal (or equivalent)
  • Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink
  • Black Archival Ink
  • gold gilding flakes
  • Ranger sticky embossing powder
  • 26 gauge brass wire
From ButterBeeScraps:


  • paper trimmer
  • score board
  • eyelet setter
  • paper piercer
  • ruler
  • bone folder
  • paint brush
  • heat gun
  • long nose pliers
  • nylon jaw pliers
  • binder clips
  • sewing machine
  • Spellbinders die – Labels One


As usual, I have prepared another video for you this week:


This week, I did not add any unusual elements; however, the following are measurements for the covers and binding of your mini album:

  • 2 @ 6 ¼” x 9 ¾” chipboard covers
  • 1 @ 6 ¼” x 10″ grunge paper binding
  • 1 @ 6 ¼” x 10 ¼” leather binding cover
  • 2 @ 6″ x 9-5/8″ patterned paper inside cover wallpaper

…and we’re DONE!!!  I can’t even believe it myself!  I even have a bonus for you this week…in addition to the tutorial video above, I have also recorded a video of a complete flip through of our mini album from start to finish 🙂  You can find that over on my YouTube channel right HERE.

Thank you so much for sticking with me through this tutorial series.  I hope you learned something every week…after all, it wouldn’t be much of a tutorial if you weren’t learning something, right?  Cheers and have a great weekend!

Reader Interactions


  1. Kathleen says

    Hi Monique, I really enjoyed this mini album tutorial series. Thank you for sharing your techniques with us. I love the cover, just so beautiful. I look forward to getting my album done. 🙂