Father's Day "Wallet" Mini Album (Echo Park)

Hi Everyone

I have another project available for FREE download on the Echo Park website here. Not only does it look and fold out like a wallet - whoever you give it to can easily put it into their wallet!


To see more pictures as well as step-by-step instructions you will need to go to the Echo Park e-commerce site here. This project (and many others) are FREE to download - though you will have to register first - but that only takes a sec.
Click here to be taken to the download site.

I can't show you any more pictures of this album - you will have to download the pdf - but to give you an idea of what you will find inside - here is a previous album I have created.


Please post a comment with any questions - Lowri :-)
I am linking up this post to these websites here.

9 comments:

  1. I think this is really adorable, love all the photos. Thanks for sharing!
    Hope you are having a great weekend!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.com

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  2. this is such a clever project, I love it! Downloading the pdf now :)

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  3. this is fantastic! I am going to d/l the instructions and make this for my BIL. thanks for sharing!

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  4. Cute idea !!! This wallet is fun for father's day. I made my own "52 reasons why I love you" mini for mother's day and she was really happy to receive it ! Thanks for the ideas, and inspiration ! Have a nice week

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  5. I downloaded the project from Echo Park but on the PDF it says I need the Fold Out/ Wallet Die Cut Shape, I've looked everywhere! Where in the world do I find it?! Thanks!

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    1. Hi there - I apologize if the instructions are incorrect in the download. I did not write them and though I sent revised instructions - it would appear they have not been updated.

      This was not a digital die cut shape. To create the wallet I cut 2 papers 30 x 10cm long and glued them together. I then scored at approx 7cm intervals to create the wallet shape, trimming the last segment to form the cover flap.

      I actually have a full tutorial coming for this album soon and will post a link to it in this blog post - and I will ensure the download is amended too

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  6. Great! I'll try to follow your instructions from this comment but I'm more a visual learner. I'll be on the lookout for the update. I really wanted to make one of these wallets for my father in law for Christmas. :)

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