Paper craft posts have not been seen here on my blog much over the past year, but that doesn't mean I'm not crafting, it's just that either the projects are for work projects, or I run out of time to photograph them before giving them away, or, I simply procrastinate in photographing them! However, today I finally have a project to share with you. I have been experimenting more and more with combining bookbinding techniques with scrapbooking supplies which has been a really fun exploration.
The album shown here uses the Melissa Frances "Classic Elegance" collection, which is one of my all time favorite collections in the whole wide world. We were right on point trendwise with this collection when it was released 18 months ago. The combination of pastels with the crispness of the black accents makes it such an eye catching collection of papers and embellishments.
I also used rubber stamps for the flowers (Stampin' Up!), postage mark (very old Melissa Frances) and the "A Picture is worth a thousand words" title (My Favorite Things Document it Stamp Set - which is one of my favorite stamp sets right now).
The inside of the album has a combination of scrapbook papers and vintage papers.
Thanks for checking out my project! Enjoy your day.