The base is just a piece of landscape paper folded in two and scored then into 3 equal parts .
When you open the page you see 6 rectangles.
Cut the paper in half horizontally along 2 rectangles (you can also divide the 2 other rectangles on the right side in half, but I didn't )
Now you have to fold it up and close the pocket(s).
As a result you get a flap on the left side and another flap on the right, and the pocket(s) in between.
The first photo shows my little book closed.
I used old PP from my stash and stamped the girl sitting between the flowers and enjoying a sunny day...
The second photo shows the back of my little album with the girl standing up.
On the 3th photo you can see the right flap (with the cat) closed, and the pocket (with the packages) and the tag (inserted on the left side).
On the 4th photo you can see the flap (with the bird) closed, and the pocket on the right side.
I didn't show the inside, as it just contains photo's.
All the embossed parts of the packages are sponged with distress ink and have a little Rhinestone.
I added a tag in the pocket with a personal message.
Registered: July 9, 2008 Location: Stars Fell on Alabama Posts: 68183
Fri, Jan 19, 2018 @ 9:08 AM
Super technique for your book and I love those flowers...really caught my eye.
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