This weekend, Jodie is launching a set of dies called 'Legacy Keeper' which are part of the Memory Book range. For my first project share using these dies, I have used them to create an album page for this album - made using Memory Book 2 ...
The front is decorated with the new Treasured Tome A4 embossing folder creating an embossed acetate layer on top. Gotta go off topic here and say did you see Jodie & Janice trying to pronounce the embossing folders name? So very funny ...! Okay, back to the album ... I often create an acetate layer to act as a protective cover to the front of my albums especially if you have a photograph on the front.
For the album I created a double sided page, backing 2 of the Legacy Keepers on to each other, joining on 3 sides only to incorporate an inner pocket which opens at the top. Below is the first page showing all the flaps closed with a decorative panel ...
Open the decorative panel to reveal a photo mat on the back and all the other flaps ...
Each flap has been decorated back & front with either white card or papers, all held in to place with magnets. Plus I just couldn't waste those wonderful letters ...!
Turning over, is another page using the Legacy Keeper but this time without a panel. This shows you can add as much or as little as you like to your pages ...
Again, if you open the panels, a large mat layer ready for a photograph ...
Jodie demo'd this page on Hochanda but added her own twist: brilliant as this gives you yet another idea of how to use them to make an interactive 'flip flap' page.
What's been your favourite product from the 17th Birthday launches? I think I've 'decided decided', then change my mind as so many wonderful items to choose from ... lol. Back soon to share more Legacy Keeper projects,
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I would like to enter my album &/or pages in to the following challenges:
Mini Album Makes
Not Just Cards - anything goes
Crafty Hazelnut - patterned papers