Page 1 & 2 -- Welcome Bebe. I wanted to make sure this was a brag book about the baby and not about my scrapbooking skills. Given the limited real estate, the embellishment also serve as photo corner. So the photo will fit right under the Bebe embellishment.
On the right page, I created a pull out tab that can be used to easily attach a photo. I strategically attached some of the brads to the frame while others are attached to the page. This insured that the pink tab could easily be moved in and out of the frame. PS/the secret to adhering glitter . . . decoupage!
Page 4 & 5 -- Instead of a traditional page I layered a few tags to add more interest to the album. The page on the left I did not embellish. I liked the paper so much I did not feel it necessary. I will provide her with clear photo corners for her to use when she adds the pictures to this page.
Page 6 & 7 -- This is the other side of the tags pictured above. LO #7 has two little tags for journaling tucked underneath the beautiful butterfly frame.
Last page -- I used the Mariposa paper from DCWV for the page on the left. I used cut the butterfly and used pop dots to give it dimension. What's a sonnet without a ballerina?
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Your next stop is to Sharon's Pretty Paper Things blog. Be sure to stop by tomorrow. I'll be sharing a technique I used to create a tag for this mini-album. Enjoy!