The travel-case mini is almost completed (big cheers!).
I've created my own little camera mini to go inside - though I am going to change the inside pages I think... make them less bulky. The 'lens' on the camera-mini is actually a frame for a photograph to slip behind, and has acetate covering it (I even made a little acetate aperture for the square bit you look through - have no idea for the technical term for this). I used Core'Dinations Black Cat cardstock to make the camera mini, and distressed it with silver ink to make it look older.
The wallet is a simple affair - just a few slip-pockets to hold travel memories... ticket stubs, etc... or smaller photographs (though it is a fair size, and could hold a normal size photograph easily).
The actual mini-album is housed in the bottom of the case - and it is GORGEOUS!
It's held loosely in place with ribbon. I made my case differently to the instructions - I have a large hinge at the back of the case - and so I also used ribbon attachments to stop the case from opening wide (this protects the hinge). The closure I created myself from Kraft paper and velcro circles to hold it in place. Of course, the fun of a mini-album is using someone else's measurements and then changing everything to suit yourself! I'm going to make a little journalling booklet to go with this - and make it look like a passport (deep burgundy red, methinks!)... it'll look adorable! *lol*
The lid of the case has a compartment that drops down... this is where the camera mini is hidden away.
I LOVE this mini - possibly the favorite of all the mini's I have ever made or even seen... now all I need is my own little craft room to show it off in :)