Mother Goose Album Tutorial

Hello, G45ers!

  Celebrate your little ones with a DIY Mother Goose Mini Album.  This album is super cute and makes the most of our Deluxe Collector’s Editions creating lots of pockets, photo mats and embellishments.  We encourage you to kick up your feet and watch Janus Zate put together this fun and fab interactive album.


DIY Mother Goose Mini Album

By Janus Zate


“Hello G45ers! It’s me, Janus, once again here to share with you another project of mine. This time I used the Mother Goose Deluxe Collector’s Edition to create a mini album as a graduation gift to my little girl as she just finished Kindergarten!

I made this mini album to document my daughter’s journey thru Kindergarten, even though she did her entire school year at home, her school managed to send in various fun and learning activities that I was able to capture on camera.

I used a lot of the Chipboards and stickers in the collection to decorate my album and I love the variety of colours I was able to mix and match.


Video Tutorial:

Mother Goose Mini Album by Janus Zate | Graphic 45



Graphic 45 Supply List:


Other Materials:
  • Leather Cold Laminating Film

  • Needle & Thread

  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks

  • Foam Sheet



Tip: Don’t throw away the chipboard base, use them to mount your elements or create dimension on your layout.


Layering has always been one of my favourite things to do with my projects so I had a lot of fun creating layers and dimensions on the cover of this album.




Tip: Go crazy (or go less!) on the Rose Bouquets. They are a perfect way to decorate, they are very easy to match into any collection from Graphic 45


The ideal photo size for this album is 3”x4” on the placeholders but you can change it up in whatever way fits better for your aesthetic.



Thank you for joining me today and I hope this inspires you to create something of your own.” ~Janus



Happy Papercrafting!


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