Over at the Simple Stories blog this week they are featuring what many of the design team members did with their Sn@p albums. For my album I decided to do one featuring my son and his elementary school years. I was surprised how easy it came together, the Sn@p products really make it easy.
I wanted my cover so I could slide it off in case I changed my mind down the road. So I took the cardboard sleeve that comes on the album and attached my paper to it, folding it around the edge and attaching it on the other side.
Here is a photo of the cover off the album:
I have so many of the large 8 x 10 school photos, these cut down really nicely to fit into the 6 x 8 Sn@p page protectors. And the Sn@p label stickers work great added to the large photos, I also used the Sn@p letter stickers too.
I also took a piece of art from each year and cut it down to fit in the 6 x 8 page protectors:
The possibilities with these albums are endless. I took the 4 x 6 Sn@p cards and made a pocket to hold journal strips:
And another pocket:
One of my favorite pages in the Sn@p collection are the ones that feature the little Polaroids, I love these because my punches are the perfect size to cut the photos to fit in the squares. The punch I used for this page is a 1 3/4 x 1 3/4.
I hope you enjoyed my album or parts of it anyway... have a wonderful day! Kellie