Sunday, November 17, 2013


Are you ready for the holiday season?  It is just around the corner.  You can get a head start on scrapbooking your holiday photos by making this "Unfolding Christmas" album on Saturday, November 23.  There is room for 100 photos or more in this album, so you could put several years worth of photos in it.  Of course, if you take TONS of photos, you would have room for quite a few of them in this album.  The cost of this album is $65 and the class takes all day with some homework to complete at home.  The deadline for signing up for the class is Wednesday, November 20th, so that we have time to make everyone a kit.  The class must be prepaid to reserve your spot.
This is the cover of the album, using Graphic 45 and Authentique papers.
When you open the album, you have this page with room for a 5 x 7 photo and some smaller ones on the flaps.
This is revealed when you "turn" that page, featuring another spot for a 5 x 7 photo.  There are two mini albums peeking out of a pocket on the right.
The two mini albums that were peeking out of the pocket.
Turn that page and you have room for two 4 x 4 photos.  On the right you see two more mini albums peeking out.
These are the two mini albums that were peeking out.
Open up the flap and it reveals some fold-out photo mats.
Open the other flap and there are more fold-outs and photo mats.
Those are tags in that pocket on the right and then a cascade album above the car.
As you start opening up the other side of the album, you have these photo mats and another set of tags in a pocket.
Open up one of the flaps and you have these photo mats.
Another flap opens and there are more fold-out photo mats.  Love those "hinge" stickers.
Another cascade album for you to put lots of photos in.
In the center of the album are 4 giant pockets
that hold these 4 giant tags where you can put 5 x 7 photos or several 4 x 6 photos.
You can go back and add more embellishments throughout this album.  Because of the time constraints, embellishments are limited.

Come join us while we "unfold" Christmas!

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