here, shows how to paint the chipboard that has edges too detailed for covering with paper. Also it shows the binding technique that will expand with the embellishments and future addition of pictures/keepsakes etc. I painted the pages a light green and bound each page with a binding piece, card stock piece and then DP and then started to make the pockets and tags.
The front of the album has a frame for either journaling or a special picture. It was fun to make and I will be making more of these. There are so many ways to create pockets, foldouts and tags and even the shape of the albums are endless. With the expandable binding it allows for the dimension of quilling and all of it's versatility. If you make one, link a picture in the comments section below to share!
Also don't forget to stop by Custom Quilling to see the super cute projects that Sue has also made for the newsletter! Back tomorrow with another of the projects!
Y'all are so sweet to leave me such encouraging comments, THANKS for all of them!