Baltimore Baseball Card Page Protector Mini-Album


June is Mini-Album month. This month I’m sharing mini-albums from the last five years of my life as well as bringing you some of my favorite mini-albums from around the web. Look for challenges, giveaways, and more inspiration throughout the month of June. 

Baltimore Baseball Card Page Protector Mini-Album

Construction: Cut Apart baseball card protector sheet binded with sticky fabric and brads. 
Number of Pages: 6 including front and back cover (each page has two pockets)
Subject: Fourth of July in Baltimore 2010 
Date Made: August 2010
Notable Parts: The entire album is made of a single sheet of plastic baseball card holders. I cut the last column off and stacked three sets on top of one another to create the book. I added patterned paper and embellishments throughout the book, which has a linear timeline. I added a tag in between two of the pages for additional photos and journaling. 
Materials Used: Baseball Card holder sheet, Maya Road clear tag, lots of older patterned papers, tiny pictures printed at home. 

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As a woman, telling your story is a powerful and radical act. I tell my story with personal photos, colorful paper, and unique memorabilia. This is my platform for teaching modern-day scrapbooking and helping women document their awesome-lady lives.