Mini Flipbook Flaps

Hi All!  This time I’m adding mini Flipbook flaps designed to hold 3×4 photos, but you can size them to hold a variety of smaller photos.  By using smaller photos, I’m able to stuff even more pictures into my Flipbook.

Disney Flipbook Pages 4 & 5

Pages 4 and 5 are about our day at Hollywood Studios, where we did all the Star Wars stuff.  In addition to fitting the theme, the print paper complements the photos.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Flipbook Pages

Here is what pages 4 and 5 look like in the With This Ring Flipbook.  They are just perfect for a wedding album, but not for my Disney themed mini.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Flipbook page 5 is a pocket flap page.  Here’s what the page looks like with the pocket flap open.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Both pages have a wedding feel, but a bit of pattern paper will total transform them.

Disney Transformation

Presto chango this page is now totally Disney!

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Let’s look at the additions I made to both pages.

Added Flap to Page 4

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Opening the flap on page 4 reveals 2 more 4×6 photos.  By adding a flap this 7×7 page now holds 3 full size 4×6 photos.  It was so easy to do.  I cut piece of Say Cheese cardstock to size, then scored it in half and folded it on the score line.  After matting the base page, I adhered the flap.  It’s just that simple!

Flipbook Page 5 Pocket Flap

Love the pocket!  They are a great place to store memorabilia or additional photos.

Mini Flipbook Flaps

I added fun mini Flipbook flaps to the pocket which hold a bunch of 3×4 photos.  It’s like having a mini flipbook on the pocket.  Here’s how they work.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

First you open the portrait flap to the right which reveals another portrait photo and a landscape one.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Next you open the landscape flap to the left to see 2 more landscape photos.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

Finally, close those 2 flaps, and open the entire unit to the left where there is yet another landscape photo plus a portrait one on the pocket itself.  Yup, seven 3×4 photos in these mini Flipbook flaps – 4 landscape and 3 portrait.

The mini Flipbook flaps stay in place, because the flaps are secured with magnets.  The details of how I made the mini Flipbook flaps is beyond the scope of this album share, but I hope you are inspired to make flaps like these.

Pocket Insert

I lined the pocket with pattern paper, then made an insert with a large journal spot and room for more photos.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

The pocket is very roomy, so no problem inserting this bulky insert.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

When the insert is open it holds two 4×6 photos and two 3×4 photos.

Pocket insert.

When you flip it over there are two more 4×6 photos and a large journal spot.

First, I made the tri-fold from black cardstock, then I adhered the photos to the black cardstock.  I created the journal spot by adhering one of the cut aparts to the black cardstock.  Really easy and totally effective!

Pocket Flap Open

The pocket is actually a flap that opens reveling an under cut page.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

I decided to cover both of these areas with pattern paper to give them more of that Disney vibe.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

What a transformation a bit of pattern paper makes!

Back of Pocket Flap

The back of the pocket flap (far right) is pretty simple; a matted photo embellished with a sticker and heart from the Say Cheese bits and pieces plus a rhinestone Mickey from my stash.

Under Cut Page

The under cut page is designed to hold one landscape 4×6 photo, however I expanded it to hold additional pictures.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

By adding a tri-fold the under cut page how holds five 4×6 photos.  Here’s the page with the top part of the tri-fold open.

Disney Flipbook Page 4 & 5

And here is the page with the bottom part of the tri-fold open.  I made room for this bulky addition by scoring the under cut page 1/4″ to the left of the fold where the pocket flap closes.  Having those two fold lines only 1/4″ apart make a gusset, so the pocket flap closes easily.  This reduced the width of the under cut page, but there is still plenty of room for my landscape 4×6 photos.

Before and After

Here’s a couple before and after photos.

Flipbook Page 4

Before

Disney Flipbook Page 4

After

Disney Flipbook Page 4

Flipbook Page 5

Before

Disney Flipbook Page 5

After

Mini Flipbook Flaps

Before

Disney Flipbook Page 5

After

Disney Flipbook Page 5

Photo Count

Page 4 and 5 bring the photo count in my Disney mini album to 27 4×6 photos, 10 3×4 photo and 3 journal spots.  That’s a total of 37 photos and we’re only up to page 5.  It’s so easy to alter Flipbook to fit your needs.

This blog post is part of a series of posts showing how I customized the With This Ring Flipbook into a Disney mini album.  You can find all the posts in the series here.

More examples of finished Flipbook mini albums are here.

Happy Scrapping!

 

Supplies Used

Below are the products I used to create this Disney mini album.  To make them easy for you to find, I have linked each of the items below.  I personally selected all of the products used in this project.  All products, except those with an * next to them, were purchased by me.  As always, I am not receiving a payment for doing this project or writing this blog post.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means that I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase by clicking on one of the affiliate links.  Thank you for supporting my blog at no cost to you.


With This Ring Flipbook*
Paper House Productions - Flipbook - Craftable Interaction Album - With This Ring

Say Cheese Collection
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Collection Kit

Believe – 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Believe

Seeing Stars – 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Seeing Stars


Sheet Magic – 1 Extra
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Magic

Fun! – 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Fun

Cardstock Kit
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Simple Basics Kit

Chipboard


Bradz
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Decorative Brads

Bits and Pieces
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Bits and Pieces with Foil Accents

Black Cardstock
Paper Accents Cardstock 8 1/2 x 11 in. #127 Smooth Black

Black Soot Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Black Soot


Blending Tool
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - Round

Blending Tool Pads
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool Replacement Foams - Round

Craft Mat
Ranger Ink - Inkssentials - Reusable Non Stick Craft Sheet - 15 inch by 18 inch

Paper Trimmer
Fiskars - 12 Inch Premium Cut-Line Portable Trimmer - Blade Style I


Scissors
Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - Non-Stick Micro Serrated Scissors

Scissors
Fiskars - Our Finest Scissors Collection - Number 5 Stitcher Scissors

Paper Piercing Tool

Double Sided Tape
J and V Enterprises - Tacky Tear Tape - 1/4 Inch - 27 Yards


Glue
Scotch Adhesive Tacky Acid Free 4oz Bottle

Score Board
Scor-Pal - Scor-Pal Eighths Measuring and Scoring Board - 12 x 12

Stylus
McGill - Paper Blossoms Collection - Tool Kit

Bone Folder
Fiskars - Bone Folder


Ruler
Tim Holtz - Tools - Design Ruler

Indian Ink Pen
Faber-Castell Mix and Match Collection Pitt Artist Pens Essential 4 Piece Set

Mechanical Pencil
Zebra Eco Jimnie Clip Mechanical Pencil

Eraser
Prismacolor Magic Rub Eraser


My Favorite Travel Camera

My Favorite Travel Lens

Favorite Printer

My Favorite Waterproof Camera


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Free Stamping Class

Hi!  Here’s a list of the free classes for September.  Want to learn to stamp?  This free stamping class might be just what you need.  There are also a couple classes to help us with our lettering and calligraphy.

Free Stamping Class and Lettering Classes

Here are some free classes offered at CreativeLive during September.

1. Brush Lettering Basics

Sunday Sep 17th – Monday Sep 18th 9:00am – 9:00am PDT
Brush Lettering is a fun, analog activity that can be applied to personal and professional projects. Put a personal touch on your brand, and evoke a playful spirit without changing the words themselves. In this class, type designer Laura Worthington covers the tools and techniques you need to get started brush lettering, including:

  • How to hold the brush, best posture, body mechanics
  • Basic strokes
  • Trying different styles of lettering using adjectives and themes

You’ll learn the basic strokes that are the building blocks of the alphabet, and you’ll start rendering upper- and lower-case characters and numerals. Take this class, and you’ll receive an easy-to follow guide you can use to practice.

You can register for this free class here.

2. Using Calligraphy for Addressing Envelopes

Monday Sep 18th – Tuesday Sep 19th 9:00am – 9:00am PDT

Calligraphy is a beautiful technique for addressing wedding invitations, sending notes to your loved ones, and creating functional artwork. In Using Calligraphy for Addressing Envelopes you’ll explore practical ways to put your calligraphy skills to work.

Bianca Mascorro will share inspiring techniques for addressing envelopes, creating signs, and personalizing artwork. You’ll learn how to:

  • Create unique calligraphed artwork and signage
  • Use a variety of colored inks, both off-the-shelf and custom mixes
  • Address an envelope the post office can deliver

Learn how to apply calligraphy techniques to a whole range of lettered projects in Using Calligraphy for Addressing Envelopes with Bianca Mascorro. This class was produced in partnership with Fullosophie, an experiential and workshop-based business for creatives.

You can register for this free class here.

3. Beginning Stamping – Playing with Ink

Tuesday Sep 19th – Wednesday Sep 20th 9:00am – 9:00am PDT

Express your unique style through stamping! In Beginning Stamping – Playing with Ink, Meagan Lewis will teach you the basics behind block printing and color mixing.

Meagan’s inspired stamp designs are found on everything from tea towels to totes. In this beginner-friendly class she’ll demonstrate basic block printing techniques by making a personalized set of fabric napkins. You’ll learn:

  • Printing with fabric ink
  • Mixing your own colors
  • How to print with a DIY ink pad
  • How to make a stamp with repurposed rubber

Meagan will discuss the components of a good design and tell you which materials will make your stamping process easy, permanent, and professional-looking.

Check the bonus materials below for a complete product list of the tools and supplies you need to finish this project.

You can register for this free class here.

A bit about CreativeLive

You can watch classes for free at CreativeLive in 2 ways:

  1. Watch the Live Broadcast – look at their schedule of live classes and watch it when it airs. You can find their current schedule of live classes here, then selecting Live. Also, in the list of all classes the live classes are denoted by a small Live in the top left corner. One of the great things about the live broadcast schedule is that you can click an RSVP button and you’ll be sent an email reminder. I just love their reminder service!
  2. Watch the Rebroadcast – look at their rebroadcast schedule to find out when you can watch a class you missed or want to see again is on the air for free. You can find their current schedule of rebroadcast classes here. Good news – Creative Live has added an RSVP option for the rebroadcast classes! If you have an account you can RSVP for the class and they will send you a reminder. How great is that!

Remember to click the “on air” button in the top menu to see a list of the classes you can watch for free. Then just click on the class you want to watch. The classes change at about 9 am pacific time, so visit CreativeLive then to get access to that day’s free broadcasts.

If you find a class you like, you can purchase it just prior or during a broadcast (live or rebroadcast) at a discount. You can then download the class and watch it any time you like. Or you can sign on to your account and stream it anytime.

Suggest you sign up for an account at CreativeLive that way you’ll get a notice when they add new classes to their schedule and use their RSVP reminder service. You can create a CreativeLive account here.

I have found CreativeLive to be a great resource for learning. Hope you will too!

Happy Scrapping!

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Flap Page Disney Flipbook

Hi There!  Here are the next two pages in my Disney Flipbook.  The under cut page on the left allows the pages behind it to peek through, while the flap page on the right provides room for five 4×6 photos.  I expanded the flap page to hold nine photos, because I have so many photos from this trip.

 

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Disney Flipbook Page 2 and 3

Here is page 2 and 3 in the With This Ring Flipbook.

Disney Flipbook Page 2 and 3

Page 2 is neutral, however page 3 really has a wedding theme.  That’s no problem, because a few mats and embellishments will transform these two pages into Disney!

Page 2 – Under Cut Page

Flipbook page 2 is an under cut page that holds one 4×6 photo.

Starting Point

This page is ideal for a wedding photo, or journaling with a white pen, but doesn’t have that Disney vibe.

Disney Flipbook Page 2 and 3

So I’ll use the Say Cheese collection to give it a Disney look.

Disney Themed Page 2

Wow, what a transformation!  Page 2 now says Disney fun!

Disney Flipbook Page 2 I cut a page mat from the Seeing Stars paper, then layered pieces of other paper designs on top of it to create a stack of paper look.  Next, I tucked in a phrase sticker from the sticker sheet, then added a star from the sticker sheet and a bling from my stash.  This page came together pretty quickly.

Page 3 – Flap Page

The flap page is one of my favorite pages.  It holds five 4×6 photo, however I altered this page to hold 9 photos!

Flap Page

Here’s the flap page as it appears in the With This Ring Flipbook.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

And here is what the flap page looks like with the flaps open.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

As you can see, each flap will hold two 4×6 photos plus one on the base page.  So you can add five 4×6 photos on this page with no alterations.

Flap Page Alter

With just one addition, I altered the flap page to hold 9 photos.  Here is how I made that alteration.

Decorate Flaps

First, I added mats and photos to each side of both flaps using the Say Cheese collection.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Here’s the flap page with all the flaps closed.  Did you notice I switched the order of the flaps?  Yup, you get to pick which flap is on top.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Here’s the flap page with the horizontal flap open.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Finally, a view of the flap page with the vertical flap open.  While the vertical flap can hold a 4×6 photo, I choose to use a 3×4 one to allow space for a journal spot on the flap.

Add Flap Insert

With just a bit of paper, this page is altered to hold 4 more photos.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

This alteration is so easy to do.  I just created a tri-fold from black cardstock, then matted it with Say Cheese cardstock.  Finally, I added photos.  Viola, the base page now holds five 4×6 photos!

Decorate Base Page

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

I like the whimsical, unstructured look of a loose stack of paper, so that look continues on this page.  I created a layered paper look first, then attached the tri-fold.  Finally, I adorned the page with chipboard letters that spell “MAGIC”.  A brad and sticker arrows complete the look.

Added Flap Interaction

Let’s look at interactive action of the tri-fold.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Tri-fold closed.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Top flap open.

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Both flaps open.  One of my inspirations for creating this flap was these nighttime photos.  I wanted them next to each other, so a tri-fold is ideal!

Before and After

Let’s take a before and after look at these two pages.

Page 2

Before

Disney Flipbook Page 2 and 3

After

Disney Flipbook Page 2

Page 3

Before

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

After

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Before

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

After

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Both flaps open

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Tri-fold one flap open

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

Both flaps open

Disney Flipbook Flap Page

 

Photo Count

Page 2 and 3 bring the photo count in my Disney mini album to 14 4×6 photos, 1 3×4 photo and 2 journal spots.  It’s so easy to alter Flipbook to add extra photos.

This blog post is part of a series of posts showing how I customized the With This Ring Flipbook into a Disney mini album.  You can find all the posts in the series here.

More examples of finished Flipbook mini albums are here.

Happy Scrapping!

 

Supplies Used

Below are the products I used to create this Disney mini album.  To make them easy for you to find, I have linked each of the items below.  I personally selected all of the products used in this project.  All products, except those with an * next to them, were purchased by me.  As always, I am not receiving a payment for doing this project or writing this blog post.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means that I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase by clicking on one of the affiliate links.  Thank you for supporting my blog at no cost to you.


With This Ring Flipbook*
Paper House Productions - Flipbook - Craftable Interaction Album - With This Ring

Say Cheese Collection
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Collection Kit

Believe 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Believe

Seeing Stars 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Seeing Stars


Magic 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Magic

Fun! 1 Extra Sheet
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Fun

Cardstock Kit
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Simple Basics Kit

Chipboard


Bradz
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Decorative Brads

Bits and Pieces
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Bits and Pieces with Foil Accents

Black Cardstock
Paper Accents Cardstock 8 1/2 x 11 in. #127 Smooth Black

Black Soot Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Black Soot


Blending Tool
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - Round

Blending Tool Pads
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool Replacement Foams - Round

Craft Mat
Ranger Ink - Inkssentials - Reusable Non Stick Craft Sheet - 15 inch by 18 inch

Paper Trimmer
Fiskars - 12 Inch Premium Cut-Line Portable Trimmer - Blade Style I


Scissors
Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - Non-Stick Micro Serrated Scissors

Scissors
Fiskars - Our Finest Scissors Collection - Number 5 Stitcher Scissors

Paper Piercing Tool

Double Sided Tape
J and V Enterprises - Tacky Tear Tape - 1/4 Inch - 27 Yards


Glue
Scotch Adhesive Tacky Acid Free 4oz Bottle

Score Board
Scor-Pal - Scor-Pal Eighths Measuring and Scoring Board - 12 x 12

Stylus
McGill - Paper Blossoms Collection - Tool Kit

Bone Folder
Fiskars - Bone Folder


Ruler
Tim Holtz - Tools - Design Ruler

Indian Ink Pen
Faber-Castell Mix and Match Collection Pitt Artist Pens Essential 4 Piece Set

Mechanical Pencil
Zebra Eco Jimnie Clip Mechanical Pencil

Eraser
Prismacolor Magic Rub Eraser


My Favorite Travel Camera

My Favorite Travel Lens

Favorite Printer

My Favorite Waterproof Camera


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Disney Flipbook Inside Cover

Hi Again!  Here’s the inside front cover and page 1 of my Disney Flipbook.  Starting with the With This Ring Flipbook allowed me to complete this Disney mini album so much faster than starting from scratch.  Plus, I love the durable cover and binding that does not crack.

Disney Flipbook

The Flipbook without any alterations will hold 36 photos, however I had over 100 pictures!  By adding inserts, flaps and popups I was able to put all my photos in this one mini album.

Disney Flipbook Inside Cover and Page 1

When you open the With This Ring Flipbook this is the first thing you see.  The inside cover and pocket page are both pretty neutral.  There is nothing I have to cover, however it’s not really Disney themed.

With This Ring Flipbook

Inking the Pages

Using an ink blending tool, I inked the edge of very page in the Flipbook, including all the flaps and pockets, with black ink.  All the mats and accent papers will have inked edges, so inking the base pages gives a uniform look to the mini album.

Inside Front Cover

Because I have so many photos from my trip, I decided to transform the inside front cover to hold a photo.

Starting Point

Here’s what the inside from cover looks like before the transformation.

With This Ring Flipbook

I love that the inside cover is a neutral canvas.  It would be perfect to leave as is, but I have so many photos.  So converting the inside cover to hold a photo is the thing to do.

Disney Flipbook Inside Front Cover

Here is what it looks like after the transformation.  Bright, cheerful, and oh so Disney.  What a great introduction to a fun trip.

Disney Flipbook

First, I cut a piece of paper from the Say Cheese collection to provide the base mat.  In addition to proving a base mat, this piece of paper secured the ribbon to the cover, so it would not shift.

Next, I cut strips of paper, then inked all the edges with black ink.  Attached the strips of paper at different angles to give the appearance of a stack of paper.  Finally, my favorite part of all – embellishment time!  Added lots of fun embellishments from the sticker sheet and a phrase from the chipboard sheet.  Lastly, I added that super chunky Minnie Mouse head.  The wide spine and page placement of Flipbook is perfect for those of us who love bulky embellishment.

Altering Page 1

The first page in the Flipbook is a pocket page.  One of my favorites, because it’s so versatile.

Flipbook Page 1

Here’s what page 1 looks like in the Flipbook.  The pocket is also a flap, so there are tons of ways to alter this page that all look great!

With This Ring FlipbookWith the pocket flap is closed this page looks generic.

With This Ring Flipbook

However, when the pocket flap is open you can see this is a wedding album.  But that’s easy to change, applying some Say Cheese paper as a mat will cover the “just married” very nicely.

Altered Pocket

The pocket becomes Disney themed with just a few bits of paper.

Disney Flipbook

Cut, inked and layered paper turns the pocket into a journal area.  This cut apart card is perfect for the who, where and when part of this trip.

Pocket Insert

Kept this insert simple by adding photos to a piece of pattern paper with inked edges.

Disney Flipbook

This insert allowed me to add 2 more photos to my Disney Flipbook.  So far that’s 3 additional 4×6 photos.

Altered Page 1

Next, let’s open the flap and decorate the base page.

Disney Flipbook

Without any alterations, this page will hold two 4×6 photos, which fit my needs.  All I had to do was select paper to use as a mat, then layer some paper scraps to keep the pile of paper look I choose for this album.  Stickers and a chipboard piece from the collection accent the pages.

Before and After

Here’s a look at the With This Ring Flipbook and how I altered it into a Disney mini album.

Inside Front Cover

Before

With This Ring Flipbook

After

Disney Flipbook

The Pocket Flap

Before

With This Ring Flipbook

After

Disney Flipbook

Base Page 1

Before

With This Ring Flipbook

After

Disney Flipbook

Photo Count

For fun, let’s keep track of the photo count in this album.  Remember Flipbook, with no alterations, will hold 36 4×6 photos.

Disney Flipbook

Right now there are 5 4×6 photos and one journal spot in my Disney Flipbook.

This blog post is part of a series of posts showing how I customized the With This Ring Flipbook into a Disney mini album.  You can find all the posts in the series here.

More examples of finished Flipbook mini albums are here.

Happy Scrapping!

 

Supplies Used

Below are the products I used to create this Disney mini album.  To make them easy for you to find, I have linked each of the items below.  I personally selected all of the products used in this project.  All products, except those with an * next to them, were purchased by me.  As always, I am not receiving a payment for doing this project or writing this blog post.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means that I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase by clicking on one of the affiliate links.  Thank you for supporting my blog at no cost to you.


With This Ring Flipbook*
Paper House Productions - Flipbook - Craftable Interaction Album - With This Ring

Say Cheese Collection
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Collection Kit

1 Extra Sheet Believe
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Believe

1 Extra Sheet Seeing Stars
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Seeing Stars


1 Extra Sheet Magic
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Magic

1 Extra Sheet Fun!
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Fun

Say Cheese Cardstock Kit
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Simple Basics Kit

Say Cheese Chipboard


Say Cheese II Bradz
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Decorative Brads

Say Cheese II Bits and Pieces
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Bits and Pieces with Foil Accents

Black Cardstock
Paper Accents Cardstock 8 1/2 x 11 in. #127 Smooth Black

Black Soot Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Black Soot


Blending Tool
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - Round

Blending Tool Pads
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool Replacement Foams - Round

Craft Mat
Ranger Ink - Inkssentials - Reusable Non Stick Craft Sheet - 15 inch by 18 inch

Paper Trimmer
Fiskars - 12 Inch Premium Cut-Line Portable Trimmer - Blade Style I


Scissors
Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - Non-Stick Micro Serrated Scissors

Scissors
Fiskars - Our Finest Scissors Collection - Number 5 Stitcher Scissors

Paper Piercing Tool

Double Sided Tape
J and V Enterprises - Tacky Tear Tape - 1/4 Inch - 27 Yards


Glue
Scotch Adhesive Tacky Acid Free 4oz Bottle

Score Board
Scor-Pal - Scor-Pal Eighths Measuring and Scoring Board - 12 x 12

Stylus
McGill - Paper Blossoms Collection - Tool Kit

Bone Folder
Fiskars - Bone Folder


Ruler
Tim Holtz - Tools - Design Ruler

Indian Ink Pen
Faber-Castell Mix and Match Collection Pitt Artist Pens Essential 4 Piece Set

Mechanical Pencil
Zebra Eco Jimnie Clip Mechanical Pencil

Eraser
Prismacolor Magic Rub Eraser


My Favorite Travel Camera

My Favorite Travel Lens

Favorite Printer

My Favorite Waterproof Camera


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Disney Flipbook Cover

Hi!  Today I’m sharing another altered Flipbook project.  This time I altered the With This Ring black and white wedding Flipbook into a Disney album.  I have a ton of photos from my trip to Disney, so I expanded this Flipbook to hold over 100 photos by adding flaps and inserts.  Over the next few posts I’ll take you through all the additions I’ve made to the With This Ring Flipbook, starting with the Flipbook cover transformation.

Disney Flipbook Cover

I’ve added both chunky embellishments and lots of extra flaps, but no alligator mouth here!  That’s because the spine is so wide.  That’s one of my favorite things about Flipbook.  Another is how fast I can complete a mini album.  Half of the work is already done, because the base book is already made.

Flipbook Cover

The black cover and the title are perfect for a Disney themed mini album.  Here’s what the Flipbook looks like out of the box.

Disney Flipbook Cover

Altering the Flipbook Cover

I quickly transformed this wedding Flipbook by adding a few Disney themed embellishments.

Disney Flipbook Cover

First, I tied a bow around the cover close to the spine, because a red ribbon with white polka dots really says Disney.  Next, I added a heart from the die cut pack and a Mickey head from my stash.

Disney Flipbook CoverBalloons from the sticker sheet, a banner from the die cut pack and a Mickey hand from my stash makes a fun Disney themed cluster.

Disney Flipbook Cover

Finally, I added a boarder sticker from the sticker sheet to complete the front cover.  How fast was that!

Disney Flipbook Cover

Disney Flipbook Cover

Here’s a look at the Flipbook cover transformation.  Isn’t it amazing what a few embellishments will do!

Altering the Spine

Altering the spine was super easy.  I just cut down one of the photo overlays, then attach it with glue.

Disney Flipbook Spine

Oh so simple, but effective!

More examples of finished Flipbook mini albums are here.

Happy Scrapping!

 

Supplies Used

Below are the products I used to create this Disney mini album. To make them easy for you to find, I have linked each of the items below. I personally selected all of the products used in this project. All products, except those with an * next to them, were purchased by me.  As always, I am not receiving a payment for doing this project or writing this blog post.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means that I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase by clicking on one of the affiliate links. Thank you for supporting my blog at no cost to you.


With This Ring Flipbook*
Paper House Productions - Flipbook - Craftable Interaction Album - With This Ring

Say Cheese Collection
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Collection Kit

1 Extra Sheet Believe
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Believe

1 Extra Sheet Seeing Stars
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Seeing Stars


1 Extra Sheet Magic
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Magic

1 Extra Sheet Fun!
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Fun

Say Cheese Cardstock Kit
Simple Stories - Say Cheese Collection - 12 x 12 Simple Basics Kit

Say Cheese Chipboard


Say Cheese II Bradz
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Decorative Brads

Say Cheese II Bits and Pieces
Simple Stories - Say Cheese II Collection - Bits and Pieces with Foil Accents

Black Cardstock
Paper Accents Cardstock 8 1/2 x 11 in. #127 Smooth Black

Black Soot Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Black Soot


Blending Tool
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - Round

Blending Tool Pads
Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool Replacement Foams - Round

Craft Mat
Ranger Ink - Inkssentials - Reusable Non Stick Craft Sheet - 15 inch by 18 inch

Paper Trimmer
Fiskars - 12 Inch Premium Cut-Line Portable Trimmer - Blade Style I


Scissors
Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - Non-Stick Micro Serrated Scissors

Scissors
Fiskars - Our Finest Scissors Collection - Number 5 Stitcher Scissors

Paper Piercing Tool

Double Sided Tape
J and V Enterprises - Tacky Tear Tape - 1/4 Inch - 27 Yards


Glue
Scotch Adhesive Tacky Acid Free 4oz Bottle

Score Board
Scor-Pal - Scor-Pal Eighths Measuring and Scoring Board - 12 x 12

Stylus
McGill - Paper Blossoms Collection - Tool Kit

Bone Folder
Fiskars - Bone Folder


Ruler
Tim Holtz - Tools - Design Ruler

Indian Ink Pen
Faber-Castell Mix and Match Collection Pitt Artist Pens Essential 4 Piece Set

Mechanical Pencil
Zebra Eco Jimnie Clip Mechanical Pencil

Eraser
Prismacolor Magic Rub Eraser


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