Yeah!!!! I finally completed an album. I feel like I haven’t been able to scrap for some time now so I’m excited that I was able to complete this.
The album is 6×6 closed, 12×6 open. Some of the pages are 9×6 (3×6 and 6×6 closed) to show the pages behind them. The pages were folded in half and tiny holes punched at the top and bottom. I used thin, clear plastic string to bind the whole thing together
Materials: Little Yellow Bicycles Zach’s Life, Bazzill cardstock, American Craft letters
My lovely aunt took these pictures of my nephew when he was just a couple days old. I’d been struggling with what to do with them (because the pictures were so great) and finally settled on this acrylic album. I used the same papers throughout the book
My Mind’s Eye: Patterned Paper (Wild Asparagus)
American Crafts: foam objects, chipboard objects
Bazzill: Solid cardstock, shimmer cardstock, paper flower
I have never copied a layout as exact as I did this one. I found the original in a copy of Paper Trends (April 2007) and I’d been dying to use it. When I snapped this picture at the HOB, I knew this picture was destined for this layout.
Patterned Paper: Hot Off the Press, Scrappin Sports; Card stock: Bazzil; Ink: Color Box; Brads: Darice; License: Creative Imagination; Letters: American Craft; Ribbon: n/a