Saturday, April 23, 2016

SaborPapel TP Album

Hey guys Happy Earth Day!

Today I want to share with you my project with up-cycled toilet tissue roll or it works the same with Napkin rolls as well.
The whole process was so much fun to create and I can't wait to do it again. Let me explain to you the process.
   I used the beautiful and romantic Sabor Papel Amocollection for my whole Album.  

The photo collage above shows the process I used to create the mini album pocket pages.  

  • I used 5 rolls from my stash of toilet tissue and paper towel rolls. 
  •  Next, I passed them through my embossing machine to flatten them.  
  • I measured the pattern paper to match the length of the flatten rolls. 
  •  I cut the paper and aligned them on the score board to create the creases needed to fold over the flatten rolls. 
  • Finally, I glued the paper onto the rolls.  

Once they dried completely, I hole punched them and started to embellish them. 

 I used dies from LDRS Creative I then fussy cut images from the collection to add layers and dimension. 

Next,  I got to working on the tags that fit inside the pocket pages. 

Using a Creative Basic Stitched flag to use as a base for the tag.
 I fussy cut the tags from the Amor Sentimientos page to embellish and some tulle and fibers from my stash.  
The end result are just dreamy and simplicity that I just like.

 Here is the finished mini album.  For the cover, I added some rolled roses that I made and some bling flourishes from my stash.  I used book rings to bind the pages together and added beautiful ribbon to the rings and a flirty feather to the page.  

A few pics of the inside of the album

Very satisfied of the end result.  I  love the versatility of the project and would make a beautiful gift for a wedding ,bridal shower or AHEM.....  Keep for yourself lol!
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A busy crafty month for me indeed :) 




  1. Hey Ruby! I hope you're doing well! Your album is gorgeous! What a cool idea - I wouldn't have thought to use toilet paper rolls to create an album!


  2. What an awesome post, I just read it from start to end. Learned something new after a long time.

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