You will need:
• A4 paper or cardstock
• 1 x Book binder ring
• Adhesive: double-sided tape, or glue
• Selection of embellishments & photos (we used our Softly Spoken collection.)
This mini flip album is created from our Softly Spoken range and is free for you to download, link and share.
The base of double-sided tags and journal tags are a great start to add on ephemera diecuts and embellishments from the Softly Spoken collection, or any of our Rosie’s Studio collections you have on hand. It’s a great DIY papercraft project to get you in the swing of making little flip albums. If you don’t have a book ring you could easily use ribbon or string.
For our easy shaker pack seen on this project, we used a mini plastic self-sealing bag and filled it with some pretty sequins. You can make one out of vellum, either stitched or glued if you’re wanting that dreamy semi translucent look. You could fill it with sprinkles or little ephemera pieces, or even printed papers punched out into confetti.
Print the jpg onto A4 paper or cardstock. Cut out the four tags, then fold along the dotted lines to create 4 double-sided tags.
Stick together with double-sided tape or glue.
Punch a hole centred at the top of each tag, wide enough for the binder ring to go through.
Decorate your tags with embellishments and photos, diecuts, gems, chipboard or cardstock stickers and puffy stickers.
We used, Softly spoken, gemstones, dimensional embellishments, chipboard frames, diecut ephemera and diecut sentiments as well as cardstock stickers and puffy stickers from our puffy sentiments.