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Houses Wood Accordion Shaker Album

Hello! It's Jennifer on the blog to share one of the fabulous new releases that debuted at Creativation in January!  Susan took the Shaker Shapes to a whole new level with the Wood Accordion Shaker Albums!  I  used the Houses Wood Accordion Shaker Album and turned it into a school house to document favorite back to school photos!  



I  used red acrylic paint to color the front piece of my album. I  went in with white acrylic paint to line the edges of the windows, doors, and the outside edges of the album.  Using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I  adhered a fun cursive print pattern to the back piece of the shaker.   Using scissors and a sanding tool, I  removed excess pieces of paper.  Once I  assembled the front cover, I  adhered this wood ruler and floral rosette to accent. 


I    covered each side of the album with patterned paper again trimming excess as needed. Actually I  did a lot of sanding but it is worth it to get your end result!


I  tied my pages together in an accordion fashion using bakers twine. However, you can use chrome book rings or ribbon! Also, the Shaker Albums can be assembled as a mini album; there is no wrong way!



Thank you for stopping by! Visit the Clear Scraps shop to see the 7 other Wood Accordion Shaker Albums! Which is your favorite? Have a good day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, flair, enamel dots, brads, floral rosette: Prima; wood veneer shapes: Kaiser; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics, My Mind's Eye; washi tape: Bella Blvd, Queen and Co, Simple Stories; label stickers: Teresa Collins Designs, We R Memory Keepers; metal clips: Evalicious, Farmhouse Paper; letter stickers, sentiment stickers: Simple Stories; letter stickers: Sassafras Lass; punches: Fiskars, Stampin Up; tag, chipboard letters, journaling pen: American Crafts; wood ruler, star pin:  Maya Road; adhesive: Beacon; cardstock: Bazzill;  misc: ribbon, paint, Crop-o-dile, sanding tool. 



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