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Graduation - New Cog Album

Oh I had fun working on this album as I just took all the pictures one week ago.  My 11 year old son promoted from elementary to middle school last week and I wanted to create an album that was mature for my young man.  The Clear Scraps Cog album and the matching Scrap Within Reach - Industrial Park line was perfect!

Supply/Materials List:
Patterned Paper       Scrap Within Reach - Industrial Park Paper, Rub Ons & Embellishments
Ribbon/Fibers              Scrap Within Reach Ribbon, Fibers - Fiber Scraps
Ink                                  Stayz On - Jet Black
Fasteners                    Mini Brads - Unknowns
Templates                    Tags - EK Success Cricut
Adhesives                    Helmar Acid Free Glue, Helmar Premium Craft Glue, Helmar 450 Quick Dry
Other                            Cog Chipboard Album - Clear Scraps, Paints - DecoArt (grey)

Step-By-Step Instructions:
-Cover one or both sides of Cog Chipboard page with Scrappin Within Reach Patterned paper.  On sides that are not covered paint with DecoArt Grey Paint
-Distress all edges with Stipple Brush and Stayz On Jet Black Ink.
-Adhere "Tyler '09" on cover with Scrap Within Reach Letters.  Adhere ribbon on cover with Helmar 450 Quick Dry
-Print Wallet and 3.5 X 5" sized black and white photos and adhere 1-2 photos per page with Helmar Premium Craft Glue.
-Embellish pages with Scrap Within Reach Ribbon, Buttons and tags cut out with EK Success Cricut.

So along with being a proud Mommy I have this great album as a keepsake from the day.  This Clear Scraps Cog Album and the Scrap Within Reach Indusrial Park line was perfect for that masculine effect.


Tracy Weinzapfel Burgos, Clear Scraps Design Team Member


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I Love this Tracy! A great masculine album!

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