Tuesday, January 23, 2018

How to Make a Harley Davidson Motorcycle Mini Album (part 1)

Hi everyone, Penny here today to show you how I made this cute Harley Davidson mini album.  This album's pages are 8 x 8"'s and it holds 20 pages so this will be a 2 part post. 

This is the first page of my album, on this page I used pattern paper, a ticket stub, baker's twine, and that small "Harley Davidson" accent in the bottom corner was actually cut from the edge of the pattern paper and was supposed to be thrown away! I also used bling, and some Dew Drops from Robin's Nests Scrapbooking.  A lot of the paper, and stickers used in this album came from their store.

This is what the cover of my album looks like.  I bought it a long time ago so I can't give you any details on who made it sorry.  I'm sure it would be easy to do a quick search on it if you are really interested in getting one..

On this page I used more Dew Drops, patter paper, and motorcycle accents from Robin's Nest along with washi tape.

This page has a slide out over sized photo mount card along with more washi tape, some duct tape, and a title sticker that I bought from a gum ball machine.

More Dew Drop accents, and to glue all of these items down I used my favorite glue by ScraPerfect. This glue is perfect for this type of album that has lots of different textures, and tiny hard to hold in place items. 

Lot's of times I find that some of the washi tapes just doesn't hold like it should so that is when I'll get out my bottle of Best Glue Ever with it's needle like No Clog Writing Caps and in a flash I have that tape held in place in a jiffy! This glue also works to hold fabric, metals, paper, ribbon, etc. in place just fine. I love it, and it use's the smallest amounts of glue, so a bottle will last a long, long time..

More stickers, and chipboard accents, and some lovely metal looking pattern paper.

I made this banner from a sticker sheet at Robin's Nest but instead of laying it out in a straight pattern I cut it apart, and curved it to get this cute look. I love it.

Love the way these diamond dew drops look on the top border.

To give this page a pop of color I found some old street sign stickers, and a cute camera paper clip to accent the journaling card.

 More accents from Robin's Nest along with some stickers, tag, and tape, and we are already halfway through our album.
 Come back on the 5th of Feb. and you'll get to see the final pages. Till next time Happy Scrapping. Love Penny

1 comment:

Michelle Wells said...

What a FANTASTIC album! My hubby has a classic Harley Sportster. This has my "wheels" turning ;)