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Instructions: This album measures 23 cm x 17.7 cm x 8 cm. The album has 5 pages with 2 cm gap between each page, this allows for the addition of flip folding pages and pockets. Which in turn, allows for numerous tags, inserts, photos and journalling to be added. Plus, this enables one to add 3d embellishments to enhance the pockets, flaps and to show case ones skills of embellishing and decorating. In addition to this album, there are 4 sets of pockets and flip-fold inserts of various shapes and sizes to chose from. Not only that...you get 3 color choices.
The album showcased here has white as the base color. Featuring green and pink card-stock and the Birds and Bloom paper pad. The album has no photos added to the pages or pockets. This enables one the option to give this album as a gift. The new, proud owner can chose their own photo theme and the type of photo. Color, sepia or black and white. There is plenty of room for journalling or adding tags to fit the pockets or flaps. This new addition to the Heartfelt Creations product line is so fun. All the hard work has been taken out, the only hard thing here, is making choices as to what flip-fold insert or pocket to use. Not forgetting the new border and pocket dies, and of course what paper pad one loves the most for the album. If you would like to see the inside of this album for tips, ideas, lots and lots of close ups, you are more than welcome to visit my blog here: http://sussipoppins.blogspot.com/2015/11/27th-black-friday-special-postingbirds.html.
Created By: Susan Smit