Stamp Focus: World Map Mini Scrapbook

by Kymona Tracey

Hello everyone and welcome to another day of Altenew design inspiration. Today, I’m sharing a mini scrapbook that I created with the World Map Stamp Set!

If you’re a traveler then this stamp set is for you! It’s perfect for scrapbook pages, mini journals, and mini scrapbooks.

Let’s see what I created:

World MapYes, a mini album from one piece of white cardstock! Totally fabulous and doable!

Here’s how to create this mini scrapbook:

  1. Score a piece of 8.5″ by 11″ white cardstock at 4.25″ on the 8.5″ side. Crease it.
  2. Score the same piece of paper at 5.5″ on the 11″ side. Crease it.
  3. Cut on the score line – from the long side up to the center line.
  4. Fold on the score line that was not cut and bring the sides inwards.
  5. Cut two pieces of cardstock: 1″ scored at .50 and 1.50 scored at .75.
  6. Add some adhesive down the two sides of the folded cardstock.
  7. Add the two stripes as reinforcement.
  8. Cut off the excess.
  9. Stamp the World Map image and sentiment on the front and decorate the inside.
  10. Create a tab to be placed in the pocket.

World Map

World MapNice and easy. This can be repeated to create one huge album.

Let’s take another look:

World MapSo, what do you think? Will you create your own mini scrapbook? I would love to hear from you!

What do you think of the World Map Stamp Set? What will you create with it?

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Margaret R November 16, 2018 - 2:33 pm

Love this! I travel a lot and like to make small albums for shorter trips. And I absolutely LOVE the one-page wonder!

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Kymona Tracey November 21, 2018 - 9:11 pm

Hello Margaret!! Thank you so much. Yes, you can add holes and more pages as you travel to make a complete book.

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Kirsty Vittetoe November 16, 2018 - 5:55 pm

This is amazing!

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Mary McCaslin November 19, 2018 - 7:15 am

Hi Tracey, I love, love, love this project, but I’m getting lost. Is it possible you might consider doing a video? It would be great to see in action. Thank you.

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