Thursday, May 19, 2016

Growing in Unity Day 4

Thank for stopping by today on my Day 4 of Unity projects. 

Today I have for you a Mini Album that I made for a customer.

She is a Realtor and comes to me to make cards and albums for her clients that she closes a house with.
She wants them to be "house" themed. 

She uses these to put the signing papers and their keys inside with little notes to the buyer.
I used a manilla folder to fold and make into an accordion album with pockets. Covered it with paper that has little houses on it. I did some embossing and made tags for her to use for her notes.

Youtube video

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Aimee Phillips said... [Reply to comment]

Absolutely adorable. I would love to learn how to make this :). Be fun to give to others as gifts with homemade stationary inside.

Becca Yahrling said... [Reply to comment]

Wow, what a fabulous idea! And I can really appreciate this ... I used to be the Admin Asst. for a group of realtors and this really is just perfect!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

I love it! When I first saw the cover it reminded me of a board game for some reason and that opened up a lot of ideas for me 😀 Great mini album!

Beckiejo said... [Reply to comment]

This would be a great welcome to the neighborhood gift...put in list of important phone numbers, list of local shops & restaurants, names & numbers for neighbors, etc

Denise Bryant said... [Reply to comment]

What a great idea! I'll be the new home owners love these! I love the houses stamp on the cover!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

I absolutely adore this. Such a cute idea. Love the colors and the stamps... I just love it.

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

I absolutely adore this. Such a cute idea. Love the colors and the stamps... I just love it.

sfcherry said... [Reply to comment]

So cute, I love making mini albums! I bet she will love it!

Donna K said... [Reply to comment]

This is so darling Paula. I love the sweet house image and the yellow banners on the front. I also love Beckie's idea of sharing these with new neighbors with coupons and phone numbers for local businesses. Fun idea...what a great GIU week you are having. I tried to go to the YouTube link but it wouldn't open up for me. I'll have to check back on that. See you tomorrow!! xx

Trisha M said... [Reply to comment]

This album is so cute! Saving the video tutorial for the future... I can see myself doing this for new neighbors as well since we're in a new development. Awesome, awesome job on this.

sharon g said... [Reply to comment]

I love the little banner under the houses. What a cute idea!

Kris K said... [Reply to comment]

I just love those little houses!

Kris K said... [Reply to comment]

I just love those little houses!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

So cute! Love the little houses! Thanks for the video link on how to make the accordion album!

Sue D said... [Reply to comment]

Very cute and perfect for a realtor to use.

ionabunny said... [Reply to comment]

What a fun make. Never tried using a folder before like this. Thanks for the inspiration. Hugz

Gaylynn said... [Reply to comment]

Eeek, I love this home folder. That would be a super special surprise to get after buying a house. :)

GinaF said... [Reply to comment]

This is a super cute project! I love this stamp, and it works perfectly for this! What a great gift from the realtor too!

Kathy Maguire said... [Reply to comment]

I love this mini-album! I have recently sold my house so I feel "homeless" even though I have a place to stay. Homes are so important and are such a powerful image to use in cards. Looking at houses, and also, your beautiful cards!

Karenladd said... [Reply to comment]

This couldn't be more perfect for a realtor! Love those happy little houses and cute folder. I always like using house images because they're so fun to color and customize.

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