Every year I plan on making Summer scrapbooks to document the fun activities we do with the kids. But I often forget or even if I do remember, finding the time isn’t always easy. This year I decided the best way to start documenting the kids Summer activities is to make them a mini album. I recently found these chipboard albums at Michaels for 40 cents. With them I am making each child their own Summer album to fill. I used the new Lifestyle Crafts Tab It kit to create little banners on each album page, but otherwise plan to let them pick out the pictures they want to include.
Lifestyle Crafts recently released new dies to add to their It Kit line. Some of my favorites are the
I originally planned to use the Tab It kit to create tabs for each page but I found that most of them worked great as little banners. The pennant banner below is a tab I cut in half on the perforated line, glued onto the album, and added bakers twine on top.
Now that I have my daughter’s summer mini album made it’s time to start working on the boys’ albums. I’ll share them with you soon! ;)
The best part about these dies is that they also come with a digital file. Meaning you can use them with your electronic cutter and manual cutting machines like the Revolution. If you’re wanting to make party toppers, labels, or cards check out their popular alphabet dies which look great with their new label it kit.