Now that I've bored you silly all week with talking about how I picked supplies and how I am storing my supplies, I am finally going to share a page. I chose a page protector with 12 2x2 pockets for my title page. I wanted to be able to do something fun and use a variety of supplies to set the tone for the project.
I started by cutting 5 2x2 pieces of paper and used the oversize gold alphas from Pebbles to add the letters in the word "merry." Then I started to pull embellishments to the different pockets. Here are some highlights:
- The gold glitter tag is also from Pebbles. I added the year with some small alphas for a custom look. It is stapled into the pocket. I left the string sticking out the top for now. I am thinking I might have some other ribbons sticking out by the time the album is done, but if I don't I will trim the twine later. And I glued a snowflake wood veneer on the back of the tag so it's pretty on the back side of the page too.
- Those puffy gold stars are scraps from trim that came in an old Studio Calico kit. They are stapled into place also.
- That black plastic strip that says "celebrate" came in the November Studio Calico card kit. I used adhesive to attach it to the top of the page protector. And I put a corresponding piece that says grateful on the other side of the page protector in the same place. Since Thanksgiving will be on the other side of this, it should work perfectly.
- The sequins are from my stash. I started with some of the red stars from Studio Calico - one of the embellishments I chose for my kit -- and added others from my stash. I mixed sizes and colors. And since I don't have a sewing machine, I used glossy accents to glue the pocket closed.
- The chipboard frame is from Crate Paper and the little wood heart is from the Atlantic collection by Studio Calico. They are both attached to a small transparency square that slides in the pocket. And another frame and another heart are attached to the back side.
- The wood veneer star is just floating in the pocket for now. If it doesn't want to stay in I will staple it, but for now it works.
- The last square is a piece of white card stock that I covered with different washi tapes placed randomly. The tape with words is holiday masking tape that came in one of the November scrapbook add ons from Studio Calico.
I think I will use a full 6x8 page protector on the page opposite.
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