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Baby Chipboard Mixed Up Album

Hello friends! Happy Friday! It's Jennifer and I'm on the blog today to share one of the fabulous new products from Clear Scraps!  I'm a layout girl but my second love is mini albums! So, I   was so excited to see the new Chipboard and Acrylic Mix Match Albums! For today's project, I  used the Chipboard Mixed Up Album.  It measures 3x8 inches total and has cascading pages that increase in size. 


I    began by painting the front and back of my chipboard pages with white acrylic paint. For most of them, I  painted the edges about an inch in since I  knew I    would be covering them with paper.  


I  used white cardstock for my photo mats and I  found that using wallet size works best. I  also used additional patterns underneath my white cardstock for more color! 



I  utilized the 3x4 Journaling cards to add extra pages for more journaling or photos.  Here, I  added extra embellishments to accent!





For this page, I  cut and scored a longer piece of patterned paper to fold and hide additional photos. I  love thinking of clever ways to add into my albums. 



Here are additional photos of my book!  




Thank you for stopping by the blog! Go to the Clear Scraps shop and click on "What's New" to see all of the great new releases! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, die cuts, enamel dots:  Simple Stories; cardstock: Bazzill;  stapler, ink, metal charm: Ranger; stamps: Technique Tuesday; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, 3M; border punch: EK Success; paint: DecoArt; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; ribbon: May Arts, Snug Hug; sewing machine: Janome;  misc: chrome book rings, vellum, thread. 



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