Grandma brag book

One of my co-workers became a grandma again in December.  She has a new baby granddaughter, so I made her a brag book.  I used a mini-album from Designs on Cloud 9 called the Travel Album, omitting some elements to fit my purpose.  For the label, I used the Happy Holidays Frame.   The papers are from Nana’s Kids paper pack.

travelalbumCS    happy_holidays_frameCS


If this were a travel album that looked like a suitcase, the corners would be those metal reinforcements.  But here in pink, they almost remind me of flower petals.  Here are the inside pages of the mini:

She loved the album and really appreciated it.  She liked all the little pockets and flip outs.  I hated to tell her how easy it was to make!  I love how you can pick and choose which pages you want to include.  The file so versatile!



About Evelyn

I created this little blog so that I could have a place to show different crafts that I make for my family, my friends, my students, and myself! I have always enjoyed crafting. I particularly love paper, and that's what I'm currently working with.
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3 Responses to Grandma brag book

  1. Cely says:

    Again….love love love and I have yet to do one but now is the time. With a coupon I can get the foundation. However, please tell me again what you use….cereal box cardboard or the kits. Ps. I love the idea of the two beads melting together. I usually add an svg cut but really just forgot and I had cute metal brads. I need to melt some more beads and going to try to reproduce your accident…haha

  2. Cely says:

    Ps….hummm.. What about several close together to make a flower petal?..

  3. Very nice brag book, one am sure any one would treasure.

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