Monday, October 7, 2013



This little mini book is dedicated to my son ... my little prince.

The book has been in the works for well over a year now 
but I finally finished it this morning.

For those who know me, I am NOT computer saavy
in any way.  But through trial and error, I have managed
to teach myself how to scan photos, 
where to find them once they are scanned and
how to edit them for use in this mini book.

The paper pack that I began with was 
'Chic Bebe Boy' by Teresa Collins.

Each page started as a piece of black chipboard and
covered with various D/P's, found in the pack.

The pages are all different lengths and bound using 
my Cinch machine and Zutter coils.

The photos were printed in black and white
to tie into the colour theme of the paper.

One of the best things in creating this book, 
was the flood of memories as I went through
the photos of my little prince.

Thanks for stopping by.



Myrna said...

I have to say this book is simply stunning. He will treasure it forever and you have done a wonderful job of teaching yourself all that.

Patti J said...

Absolutely stunning, Bonnie! .great job, and what a beautiful treasure! Thanks for sharing :-)

Gail said...

Awesome job!
It's just such a lovely keepsake!
I know what you mean about the memories!
Pat yourself on the back, and I'm really impressed with the scanning and finding the pictures!

debby4000 said...

Oh my goodness what a fabulous beautiful book.

nitestamper said...

This is an amazing book that you put together!!!!

Janine said...

What a fabulous job you did on this album!! Just gorgeous!!!

Selma said...

What a fabulous keepsake. This is something he will cherish. Beautiful job.

doverdi said...

Another gorgeous mini album. You make the most beautiful mini albums & I can't wait to see it up close. It's stunning. Way to go on figuring out how to scan & find pics. I'm impressed. lol

Teresa said...

Brilliant! xx

Curt in Indy said...

Wow! This is Martha Stewart TV quality going on here. This is amazing and I love the color scheme of this. What a great job on the photo's as well! This is quite a keepsake. Well done! Hugs, Curt