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Merry and Bright Christmas Build It Your Way Album

Hello and Happy Thanksgiving to all of our friends in the USA!  Since tomorrow is the official start to the Christmas season, I'm sharing my mini album I created using the BIYW Small 7.5x7.5 Acrylic Binder and Regular Acrylic 6.5x6.5 pages.   I have been a big fan of the BIYW Binders since they were released and love the fact that you can purchase different chipboard and acrylic pages!  These binders are perfect for a Christmas countdown or December book!  


I simply cut 6x6 pieces of patterned paper to cover each acrylic page! As you can tell, I love to layer my paper and embellishments! 



I layered a tag with different pieces of patterned paper as well as added ephemera, brads, and stickers. This page can hold a small photo or jot down a favorite memory!



I added a ribbon border  and stitched through with my sewing machine as well as added a cute brad to accent!










For this page, I created a pocket to hold a few tags that one can journal on.  


For my next page, I used my 6 inch Circle Mascil  to add some dimension to the patterned paper! 






I always first secure my Mascil with some washi tape to whatever surface I'm going to alter or color.  I then applied a light coat of modeling paste to the paper. 



Before drying, I sprinkled a light dusting of fine glitter to add some sparkle! What's Christmas without a little shine? :)



And here is the end result! 






Thank you for stopping by!  I hope this inspires you to do a Christmas/December album of your own!   Visit the Clear Scraps shop to check out the variety of BIYW products!

Have a great day!


Additonal products used:  patterned paper, tags, enamel shapes, brads, chipboard, stickers, modeling paste, die cuts, buttons, washi tape, paper clips: Teresa Collins Designs; misc: sewing machine, thread.


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