About a year ago I made this onesie album. You can see lots of pictures HERE. Now I am working on additional pages to add to the album. This brings up one small issue that could have been avoided ... When I made the album I was not thinking ahead to adding additional pages. Here is how I did the last page/back cover of the album ...
I added images to the last page and I should have made the last page a cover only. The back cover is done in paper that matches the front cover, but I can't keep moving the cover back as I add pages because the bed page matches the page in front of it. Does that make sense? If I was to do it again I would not add any die cuts to the inside of the back cover. It would be a cover only. Then I could simply keep moving the cover back as I added pages and the back of the album would always match the front cover. The paper I used has been discontinued or I would just buy more and make another cover. Hopefully this post will help others not to make the same mistake I did.
I am working on additional pages ... it's just the back cover will no longer match the front cover. :( I will probably make it a pretty shade of pink. Actually I just got a DCWV fabric stack and I might try to cut that on the Cricut and make it a fabric cover.
Now why was I making a post about all this ... oh yeah I wanted to show you a sneak peak of one of the pages, lol. Well really it's just a die cut I made that will go on one of the pages. I love how it turned out and couldn't wait to get the rest of it done before showing you a small peek.
This picture does not do it justice, but it really is adorable ... if I do say so myself, lol. ;) It is a party hat from the Cricut Celebrations cartridge that has been embellished with machine stitching, yarn fibers and a little button to top it off.
The pages I'm working on are for a cupcake themed birthday. There are going to be lots of cute die cuts for these pages and a super adorable banner. More to come ... soon. TFL!