Hello friends! It's Mik here from Papermiks on the blog sharing a new Snap inspiration.
Have you ever experienced waking up where the only noise to disturb the calm, peace, and serenity is that of birds singing?
Now imagine, in this same place, enjoying fresh vegetables - harvested before preparing your food, farm animal friends, fantastic florals, sceneries where you can see the sunrise and count the stars! All this and a lot of love you can find in Homegrown collection.
Today, I’ll show you a new snap album using the lovely Homegrown collection by Simple Stories.
To make the background of my cover, I used a piece of 7 ½ x 10 ½ from the Journal Elements paper.
Then I cut 2 - 4x6 frames from “Feed & Seed” and “Love grows here” papers. I glued a 4x6 card from “4x6 elements” papers and decorated it with chipboard, a die-cut, foam sticker, enamel dots, puffy stickers, brads, and cardstock stickers.
I love to make flip pages so that I am able to add more photos to my album. So here I used 4x4 cards to make it.
Adding pockets is always a good idea too.
In this collection, you can find the “Feed & Seed” paper. The green side is perfect to make a journal, so I decided to make a page using it. I loved how it turned out.
Except for the binder stripe, all 6x8 Sn@p binders come with 10 pocket pages (4 -6 x8”, 3 -4”x6”, 3 -3”x4”/4”x6 ”), but here I used the Insta pocket pages, which enables me to put smaller photos and make it cuter.
Instead of adding stickers to the photos, you can add them outside of the pocket page. So, you can change a photo without having to remove the sticker.
Remember, adding photos is always a good idea. So here I made a flip photo using paper and then added a 4x6 photo flip to make an interactive page.
Simple Stories has multiple packs of photos flips and I love them all!!
Yes, I know!! We can add so many photos in a fun and easy way! It’s amazing!
I hope you’ve got some inspiration from this idea and enjoyed it!
If you have any questions or would like to talk some more about Sn@p! leave a comment below.
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!