Tuesday, 22 August 2017

HYBRID | DAY TRIP ALBUM


 A few weeks ago we went for a trip to Puy Pariou [a French vulcano in Auvergne]. It was a wonderful adventure and I created a cute little alnum to remember our trip.



I chose and printed papers and elements with nature related patterns and colors that match my photos: green, blue, grey and orange.

I used papers from Homegrown, Naturelle, and If Only.

I selected elements from Don't Stop The Music, Garden Party, Me My Selfieand I, Say Cheese, Spring Flutters. I recolorized some elements to have the same colors in all my elements.


I printed my photos, papers and elements and cut a few decorations from differents papers with my cutting machine [cuttlebug].


I cut several pages from white cardstock to create the base of my album. On these white pages, I glued a photo ora  piece of paper that I decorated afterwards.


I will show you the details for two double pages of my album.

NUMBER ONE
I glued the photo on a page with paper [dandelion paper]:


I decorated my photo page by adding some elements (lable and leaves) :


I added a wood element to finish:


I added a paper page associated to the first page to create a double page. I chose this beautiful black and white flower pattern to go with it.


This paper has a strong pattern, so I added just one WA to complete this page.
I cut out the WA and stuck it to the page with 3D autoadhesive foam.


NUMBER TWO
For these following pages, I chose a green background paper and I added elements:



To finished, I added label with a camera



 ALBUM PAGES
This is what I had when I finished all pages of my album.


I punched two holes in each page:



Then I closed my album with two rings:


And this is my finished album. I am going to send it to my son's godmother as a reminder of this beautiful day.







As always I hope you enjoyed my post and if I inspired you in any way, shape or form then by all means make a photo of your project and upload it to your gallery so you can leave a link in the comment section below! I'd love to see what you made!

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