I used it three times so far - twice to make small journals with water colour paper pages, and once using felt on the inside to make a needle book. Just make sure that you use a material that is not too thick or the crease sections along the spine may cut instead. I used a thin chipboard, or reused cardboard, like from cereal or cracker boxes.
Used in this image: Happy Journal
I make a lot of mini albums and they're usually a rather time-consuming affair. This die really makes the whole process quite simple, and most important at times, fast! You can put together a small mini-album in less than two hours, whereas doing that without a die is next to impossible.
It's a clever design which is also attractive and adapts easily to many different styles.
I absolutely love this die. So far I've made 2 journals and am planning more. The pieces go together really well and even though I used just card stock for the covers it is quite sturdy. I used ordinary computer printer paper for the pages for the 3 signatures in the book. Love it. I added pockets to the inside covers as well. Very simple to put together a wonderful professional looking project.
This die is so versatile! Not just for a journal but for other uses !
I'm really into albums and this die is prefect for your instax mini 8 pictures.
I will be making a lot of gift albums for friends and family who have this mini camera😊
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