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Fair Fun Mini Album with Acrylic Recipe Stand

Hello Clear Scraps friends!  Jennifer here today to share a mini album I created using the Acrylic Recipe Stand 4x6 Kit.   The kit comes with 5 acrylic tabbed pages and 5 chipboard pages.  So you are free to use any combination that works for your project!    I chose to use the acrylic pages only but plan on using the chipboard pages for another book! :) 


In honor of summer, I documented a fun trip to a local fair!  My kids are all about carnivals and rides!  




One thing that I love about this kit is that the pages are approximately the same size as a 4x6 photo!  So, its easy to do a little trimming and have your picture cover the entire page!   I did this same thing for many of my pages and then added some small embellishments!



The Recipe Stand Kit is also a great gift! If you have an event or favorite photos you want to scrapbook for someone, then this is perfect!  





After I finished embellishing my pages, I took my Cropodile and punched holes in the acrylic stand and pages.  Its nice, too, that the rings come with the kit!  




I love having the acrylic stand for my pages because it makes a nice display.  I have it sitting on one of my tables in my living room!  


Thanks for stopping by the blog today!  I hope this inspires you to document one of your favorite summer activities! Check out the great selection of albums in the Clear Scraps shop!  There is so much to choose from!

Have a wonderful day!


Additional products used:  patterned paper, acetate die cuts: Pink Paislee; washi tape: Freckled Fawn, Queen and Co; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; decorative pins: Maya Road misc: ribbon, thread, button, stapler.






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