About this Year Book
These days we always seem to be snapping away taking photos on cameras and phones but they never seem to get printed off, seen or shared!! This is such a shame as these are memories to cherish that should be seen & shared.
By creating a Year Book, you can document your family memories and record those occasions that made you laugh and smile.
This year book is also perfect as a gift for someone special as the photo mats are blank so they can add their own photos and memories throughout the year. Once filled, this mini book will be a keep sake for many years to come.
So, gather your supplies, sit down and craft along with me and let your creative juices flow!
Hi Dawn. Looking forward to making this album to record my new grandson’s first year. Judith
Dawn nice to hear from you again One great project to share with us and thank you for videos I was thinking it would be complicated but the videos told me differently again Thank you
I just made this and love it!
You make it easy to create a fantastic project.
- 8×8 Paper Collection – I have use Graphic45 Time to Flourish
- 8×8 Calendar – I have use Graphic45 Time to Flourish
- 6×6 paper pad of patterns and solids- I have use Graphic45 Time to Flourish
- Decorative Chipboard in Time to Flourish
- Cardstock Tags and Pockets in Time to Flourish
- 12 x Kraft Cards and Envelopes in 8″ x 8″ size
- 30 x A4 sheets of Black Cardstock
- Extra sheets of Black card to mat and layer elements of the paper collection.
- 16 x A4 Kraft Card
- 24 x Magnets – I use 12mm diameter by 1mm thickness with a .76kg pull
- 2 x A3 Grey Board or Mount Board
- 2 x 12″ x 12″ paper or card to cover album
- 12 x Brads
- Double sided strong adhesive sheets
- Single singed adhesive sheet
- Embellishments, dies etc to decorate cover – I used what I had in my craft stash.
Hi Dawn, Another great video & project! I post the items I have made of your on my crafting blogs & facebook pages and tons of people always want your link.
- Paper Trimmer
- Ink Pad and tool to the ink edges of cut-a-parts
- Wet Glue
- Double sided Tape
- Bone folder
- Pokey tool
Just came across this and it looks so fabulous. I want to do it to put together an album for my dads 70th birthday with memorabilia of his life and pictures of family.