Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Travel Picture Album Kit

Hi everyone!!  Here is another album "Kit of the Month"
Today is a new travel album which is available to you for ordering.  The front and back covers are 5" wide x 8" long and the spine is 2" wide.  You will bind the inside pages. You will receive the following items in the kit: papers, background kraft cardstock, burlap, canvas for the cover, chipboard pieces for the cover, tags, wood and metal embellishments, wood buttons, ephemera pieces (could vary from what is shown), cording and of course detailed instructions with pictures of each page.

This is the front cover of the album.

The cover has been covered completely with canvas.  I then did some stencilling and spraying for texture which is optional.  You can decide if you wish to do this and use a stencil of your choosing.
Here are the inside pages.  There are a total of 3 pages inside (front and back makes 6 pages in total).  There are pockets for extra pictures as well as fold out sections on a couple of the pages for even more pictures.  Below is the inside of the front cover and the front of the first page.  The inside front cover has a pocket for extra pictures storage.

Below is the back of the first page which has a pocket to put tickets or items collected on your trip.  There is a fold out section for more pictures on the second page front.

Below is the back of the second page (has a pocket)  and the front of the third page which also has a fold out section for more pictures. 

And lastly the back of the third page (individual picture).  
The inside back cover has a pocket for more pictures.

The cost for the kit is $40.00 Canadian plus a minimal shipping charge.
We can ship to the U.S.  as well.  To order please email the store at orders@thescrapping  The album will be posted in our on-line store over the next couple of days and you will be able to order from there as well.  Look for "Trip Album".
Until next time this is Donna wishing you a safe and happy week.
"The joy is in the journey, not at the journey's end."

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