Good Things Scrapbook Album Kit Farmhouse Friends Family Gardens Spring
Ready to ship early next week!
This album is so pretty and really has to be seen to appreciate the papers. It will be perfect for many different photos ... family, friends, home, celebrations, vintage and heritage photos, and beautiful spring flowers! Make it for a friend ... she will LOVE it!
The album measures 5x7" and will hold at least 25 photos. It has 12 pages (6 double-sided) and has pockets, library pockets, envelopes, and several fold-out elements to make the album interactive and fun! The paper is from My Minds Eye called Gingham Gardens and I tucked in pretty 3x4 cards from the Simple Stories Spring Farmhouse line. The album is by Prima.
If you want to order the album pre-made, it will be shipped completely assembled and ready for photos or gift-giving. Please visit the Preassembled section of my shop to purchase.
The pre-cut scrapbook kit includes all of the materials and instructions to make this colorful album! What a time-saver ... all of the cutting and scoring is done for you!
Included in the Kit:
5x7 Chipboard Album
Pre-cut pattern Paper and card stock
Coordinating title and journaling cards
Chipboard, wood, and pearl embellishments
Card stock stickers
Twine and Ribbon
Full Color step-by-instructions
Tools & supplies you will need to complete this project:
Paper trimmer and/or scissors
Adhesive -- wet and dry
Pop Dots or other dimensional adhesive
NEW: You will receive the instructions via a download link in email. If you prefer to receive printed instructions, please contact Traci. There is a $5 fee for a printed copy sent with your kit. Please know that since the digital instructions are available upon purchase, our DIY kits are a final sale and can't be returned since at that point you will have all photos and instructions for the design.
As always, thank you so much for visiting my shop! My goal is to create scrapbooks, memory albums, and kits that encourage people to share their stories, preserve their photos, and document their everyday lives. Because someday ... someone will want to know ...