Anne has a wonderful tutorial on making album pages based on one 12x12 sheet of paper scored, folded, and cut is a special way. The resulting scrapbook page has a built-in pocket and a variety of fold-out flaps. I love this design because it cuts down on the amount of paper and glue needed for the album.
|I fussy-cut the fence and flowers to go around the outside of the binding.|
I used Impression Obsession flower die to create all the little flowers on the tree branches.
|The back. I had to fit parts of two cut-out pages together to get this part of the back.|
|The inside front flap.|
|This is what it looks like with the cover open and the pages standing up.|
|The front of the first page.|
|A photo mat and a journaling book (still the first page).|
|This is the fold-flap on the back-side of the first page.|
|The back of page one and the start of page 2. |
You can see the natural pockets created by the folded papers.
|This is the inside of page 2 with a ribbon/chip board belly-bar, |
a waterfall pop-up and an envelope for a tag.
|The back inside flap of page 2 with a photo mat and journal book.|
|The last part of page 2 and first part of page 3. |
You can kind of see that page 3 starts with a flap hiding a photo mat.
|The inside of page 3 with tags and a journal book. |
On the back of the tags you can add pictures.
|Back of page 3 and start of page 4.|
|Inside of page 4 with a fold-out picture mat on the left, a pocket in the middle,|
and a flap cut into the paper on the right.
|This is the back of page 4 with fold-over flap.|
|The back page opens to two flaps.|
I am entering these challenges:
- Make it Monday - Anything goes
- Alphabet Challenge - R is for roses
- Creative Corner - Anything gut a card
- Sisterhood of Crafters - Anything goes
Have a great day!