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Travel Album with Creating Made Easy April Kit~

Hi, Connie here to share the Travel Acrylic Brag Book, that is in the April Creating Made Easy Kit by Clear Scraps.  It is such a fun project and super cute!!!  Mine is all ready for pictures, just need a road trip.  

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The kit is packed with creative paper, embellishments, acrylic goodies and the new Birch Wood rectangle shapes.   

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First remove the plastic film from the acrylic Travel album.  Trace the shape on the pattern paper and trim both front and back image out.  The inside pages were sized at 6 1/2" X 3 1/2", trimmed and the corners were rounded.  Adhere papers to the acrylic album and pages.  I use Beacon 527, works great for this.

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A view of the front cover and back cover.  Stickers and washi tape were used to create the album cover.  Dimensional foam adhesive was used to secure the stickers to the acrylic cover.

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Ribbon was used to create a handle for the album.  All I did was wrap the ribbon around the handle and then tie off. Cut ribbon tails at an angle. 

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The inside pages were created using pattern paper cut in rectangle shapes.  Adhere to the acrylic pages (remove plastic film) with a tape runner.  Line up the paper to match the backside on the acrylic.  The paper will look like one sheet!

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Image and word stickers were added to each corner page.  

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The back cover page, has a pocket that can be used for memorabilia or extra photos.  

All products used for this project are included in the Creating Made Easy April Kit except for the adhesive. 

Thanks for stopping by~

Connie Mercer/DT Member


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