Thursday, 7 February 2008

Chipboard circle album peek



I've had this idea for an album for a while and am so pleased with how it turned out - it has fab sliding pages that can be used for more photos or journaling. It is a bit fiddly to make but once you get to grips with how the pages are constructed you'll fly through it! I think this is the fastest I've ever made an album which was helped by the masses of paper in the kit which all co-ordinates really well.

You won't get time to get your photos into the album during the class but just in case, 5" x 4" is the largest you can get onto each page without trimming them for the circular shape of the pages. I used one photo per page and went a bit smaller at 3" x 4" which gave some space to embellish using the massive tin full of chipboard that comes with this as well.

You'll need a craft knife, metal ruler and cutting mat plus a good supply of glue sticks for the class - if you haven't booked yet this is about the only class we have spaces in now so be quick!

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