September 18, 2014

Top Dog Dies Halloween Paper Bag Mini Album



I have a tutorial up today on the Top Dog Dies blog for this cute little Halloween paper bag mini album. When my kids were small they loved pulling out the Halloween decorations and finding remembrances of past costumes and photos of how the pumpkins were carved and the house was decorated.  You can make this album as many pages as you would like or make it whatever size you want using tiny, medium or lunch sized paper bags. It is all up to your individual taste and following my easy tutorial all you need are the bags, some patterned paper, some fun die cuts and some adhesive.


17 comments :

Lisa Lara said...

Tracey this is so professional and awesome.

~amy~ said...

looks awesome tracey...off to check it out!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is sooooooooooo fun! I love it!

KimCreate said...

OMG, How cute! i love me some mini albums! Yours is adorable.

Cathy Weber said...

This is adorable...something every child would look forward to every Halloween...I am going to do something like this for my own little grandkids. Thanks for the great idea!

icardeveryone01 said...

So cute, Tracey! Our Halloween tradition was me dressing up to bring treats to their classes... they never knew what I'd be, and often didn't recognize me!! Oh the memories you could save in your darling album =] M
p.s. Tutorial not up yet?

Deepti said...

This is amazing :) what an inspiring project !

Annette Allen said...

aww I went over and did not see it.. looks amazing.. I will check back again later to see if it is posted..

Barb Ghig said...

Such a fun project, and I love your mini album! Off I go to check out your tutorial!

Shelly said...

Just went over...AMAZING!!! LOVE it!

Joyce said...

Fantastic book. What fun Halloween memories you have.

Jen said...

This is wonderful. Off to check out the tutorial!

Lisa said...

Great tutorial Tracey!! Love that you made this fantastic album out of two simple bags!!

Maria said...

Wow! What one can make out of paper bags...amazing! Your paper bag mini album looks fabulous!:-)

Anita in France said...

How fun and so creative, Tracey ... off to check out your tutorial! Anita :)

Kim Heggins said...

I love your sweet Halloween book...just adorable and a bit spooky!

cm said...

I've just returned from viewing your album and tutorial, and now have a bruise on my chin from dropping my jaw in absolute awe of your creativity! What an innovative way to use paper bags as the basis of your absolutely, super darling Halloween album! The patterned papers, the dies..brilliant and fabulous! Fun, fun and fun!!!
Hugs~c