Sunday, August 3, 2014

Folio Folder Album #2

Here is the last mini album I made using the July Counterfeit Kit - Summer Chuck Wagon.   The base pages are made from Kraft cardstock instead of the black.

The front of the album. 

The album opened up.

and the side flaps removed

Since I was limited on paper I made the album first then selected the papers before I cut them - the front flaps opened up.  I originally had a yellow distress polka dot pattern picked out for the tan distress paper and just did not like the way it looked with the other papers here. 

Inside of the outside flaps.

The album opened up with the inside flaps in place. 

The front and back of the right hand side flap.

The inside of the right hand flap. Love how this page turned out.

On the left side I did the folder again in the pocket.

Inside of the left side folder.

The inside of the album with the flaps removed from the side.  I again did card style tags in each of the pockets.

The back of the album. From the paper I had picked out for my mini albums in July Counterfeit Kit I only had 4 left over and made three mini albums that were paper intensive.  I tried to keep them gender neutral but I think this one is more for a girl then a guy.

Counterfeit Kit Challenge - July
20 - 12x12 Layouts
4 - Mini albums
3 - Tags
2 - Cards for Operation Write Home

Thanks for stopping by.

Paper: Counterfeit Kit - DCWV Heirloom Stack; Added to kit: Recollections - black cardstock
Ink: Tim Holtz - Black Soot
Misc.: Adhesive, corner rounder scissors, score board


Jimjams said...

This looks great what will you use it for? Or is it a gift for someone else to fill?

LCSmithSAVED said...

These really are a clever way to use up a good lot of product.

S said...

This is lovely, beautiful colors and patterns throughout.

Margie said...

What a lovely folio! These are a fun way to use your scraps!

Tina Campbell said...

Love the mix of colors and beauty of the album :)

sassyscrapper said...

What a pretty collection of papers to make your mini. Good for you to use up your kit.