Hi everyone! Remember last week when I said I’d have one more Halloween project to share? This is it! It’s an album I made for the Basically Bare Design Team, and it’s full of photos from our Halloween at Disney World.
I used a Delightful Doors album since it has loads of pages and surfaces to work with. All of the chipboard and corrugated pages are covered with papers and accented with Art Anthology paints.
The bats are adhered only on one of the door panels so that, you know, it can open and whatnot.
The first page up when the doors are opened is a pocket page, perfect for flat mementos like tickets and pictures.
Next comes a nice, sturdy corrugated cardboard page. Perfect for a standard 4″ x 6″ photo.
Then comes this great big chipboard page. I just love these big open areas when making photo books since you can use bigger pics without feeling super crowded.
Now we have two smaller pages, which are this great policy envelope – again, great for saving little papers and bits…
…and this acrylic page. I cut a couple of inches off of the acrylic page so that I could have some embellies hanging off of the edge of the page. I matched each piece up on the front and back so that no bare edges were visible through the clear acrylic.
Finally, there’s the back cover, which has all kinds of space for larger photos.
That’s it for today! Thanks for indulging me on this one last bit of Halloween before I dive head-first into Christmas.
See you again soon!
Basically Bare Delightful Doors Album
Art Anthology Sorbet Paints
Papers by Graphic 45 and Prima
Embellishments by K & Company, Idea-ology, and Recollections