Ali Edwards Capture life. Create art.

July 15, 2008

Cocoa Daisy How-To (downloadable instructions available)

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I have had some requests to post images of my second Cocoa Daisy album from the July kit (the red album can be seen here ).

Full instructions for this album can be downloaded here: Cocoa Daisy Main Album How-To (6146.6K)

Here's the interior images:

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Have fun!

Comments

  • 1.
    Irene said…

    Ali, what a fun album. Thanks for sharing.

  • 2.
    Kerry said…

    Ali, you are awesome! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • 3.
    Beth D said…

    Ali – amazing as always! Thanks so much!

  • 4.
    Nicky Anderson said…

    Love it Ali!!! So all inspiring!!
    Can’t wait to get your new book.
    Nicky

  • 5.
    Molly said…

    :)

  • 6.
    sue Treiber said…

    love love it!!

  • 7.
    young c-m said…

    Ali, thanks for sharing! This looks like a really nice album that kids would look through again and again. =)

  • 8.
    Jane said…

    As always, completely impressive!
    Thanks for letting us into your world,
    Jane

  • 9.
    kate said…

    oh! absolutely beautiful. so inspiring! i love love love love it.

  • 10.
    Faye said…

    Now this one I just have to try and get done. As usual Ali, your simnply the best.

  • 11.
    Erin said…

    GREAT!! Beautiful album, beautiful photos, wonderful prject-I can’t wait to get mine in the mail! Erin :)

  • 12.
    Heidi said…

    Thanks Ali!

  • 13.
    Lily goldsmith said…

    jaw droppingly cool

  • 14.
    christen said…

    beautiful album!

  • 15.
    Peggy said…

    So cute! Thanks for the inspiration!

  • 16.
    Wilda said…

    Thanks so much for sharing!
    I can’t wait for August to come so I can get your new book!

  • 17.
    Jaclyn Venter said…

    Ali thank you so so much for sharing!

  • 18.
    Nina said…

    Hi, Ali! Another fabulous mini-book! I just love how you mix and match the different page sizes and how your layouts/projects always emphasize what’s important – the photos and the story – without compromising the design. You’re amazing. =)

  • 19.
    Kristine said…

    Thanks Ali! Love it–will be stealing the idea for our upcoming Disney trip.

  • 20.
    Sue said…

    Love it! Thanks for sharing the instructions.
    Sue

  • 21.
    Mabel said…

    Thanks for you continous inspiration, is a fantastic way to learn and live. Gorgeous project as usual!

  • 22.
    Mel said…

    I love both of these—I can’t wait for your new book-Life Artist is one of my favorite reads.

  • 23.
    Nathalie Leonelli said…

    GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS!!!

  • 24.
    alexandra said…

    WHAT A WONDERFUL ALBUM!PERFECTION MY FRIEND!
    THANKS FOR SHARING ALI!
    ALEXANDRA S.M.

  • 25.
    Lindsay Palamaruk said…

    Beautiful album!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your stuff!! Gorgeous. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your personal albums with your readers. Means so so much!

  • 26.
    allison said…

    love this!
    i love love love that back page with the library pocket, and all the cut-outs, giving you little sneak peeks!
    thanks so much for sharing + inspiring!

  • 27.
    Vanessa said…

    Gorgeous album!!! I am so inspired to create now…. I just received my kit in the mail…. Fun, fun, fun :-)

  • 28.
    Cindy said…

    Wow, what a great album. Hope you don’t mind if I do a little scraplifting.

  • 29.
    Jess S said…

    Wonderful. Is the chipboard included in the kit? Do you have to cut out the window?
    Thanks, Jess

  • 30.
    Limarea said…

    Thanks for the inspiration. And your book is awesome =)

  • 31.
    Teddi Robertson said…

    Hey Ali
    Just wondering how you got your pictures that small…are the punched out or printed like that? Thank so much, I LOVE this album!

  • 32.
    Catherine said…

    Love the album! The library card in the back is such a nice touch.
    Catherine

  • 33.
    michelle said…

    thanks! this is absolutely fabulous, and would be a BREEZE to re-use this format again and again for different events.

  • 34.
    Henny Lee said…

    Fabulous! I love the red one, too!

  • 35.
    Carol Zeitz said…

    Oh I am SO HAPPY you posted this. THIS is the one I love, although the red one is awfully crisp. Can’t wait to get started this weekend. Thanks Ali!

  • 36.
    Mary Patterson-Ezzell said…

    this is absolutely amazing – as is the red one too!! thx for the weekend inspo girl – you are so awesome! :)

  • 37.
    barbara said…

    Very nice great Job! thanks so much for sharing.. I might do this project for my son Graduation… Thanks again….

  • 38.
    Cindy said…

    thanks very much

  • 39.
    gayle olson said…

    remind me that you are a professional and that i am a lowly gramma who likes the art part of scrapping….I have no original ideas and can’t even copy that well! But I love to see what you do and strive for more from myself. I have lots of supplies but I don’t organize them well or remember what I do have. My work space needs help so I can work more efficiently. Thanks for inspiration, Gayle

  • 40.
    Anne Alley said…

    This is such a beautiful album, I can’t wait for my CD kit to arrive!! I love the idea of not having to journal everything, sometimes I have far more pictures than I have things to say about them!
    Thanks, Ali, for the inspiration :)

  • 41.
    Karen K in CA said…

    Hi Ali:
    Always inspired by your work! This is very cool – always LOVE the travel themes. See you in Provo!

  • 42.
    Sharyn (Torm) said…

    I love this one – my new fave of yours. Love the little peek-a-boos.

  • 43.
    katelyn said…

    This is awesome! I love the red one too! I think my favorite feature is the bi-plane stamp (:

  • 44.
    beth said…

    thanks for sharing. i got my kit yesterday and can’t wait to play.
    have fun at cha!

  • 45.
    Wati said…

    love this…thanks for the inspiration :)

  • 46.
    Linn said…

    Thanks for sharing the amazing book…I just love how you cut windows through the chipboard pages to reveal a bit of the page in front of or behind it. I will definitely be trying that very soon.

  • 47.

    Your post makes me FINALLY realize that I don’t need to put my scrapbooks in chronological order anymore. THINGS WE LOVED is certainly better than “On Wednesday, we did…”
    Thanks Ali!

  • 48.
    lymatry said…

    bravooo !! trés joli mini !!

  • 49.
    Mariona said…

    Love it!!!!!!!!

  • 50.
    Kim said…

    Ali~ I was just wondering if you have a contact # for Cocoa Daisy? I ordered your kit and it is yet to arrive- I know that there was a hold up on the stamps but now I can’t even access their web site for the last 2 days and haven’t rec’d a reply back via email. I am excited for the kit to make our annual family vacation album/journal. Thank you for your inspiration… I may not be getting large 12×12 layouts done, but I am officially the Mini book girl :)
    Thanks again~ Kim

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