Hi There! Back again with a couple more ways to add additional photos to a Flipbook. This time I added a landscape flap to page 10 of my Disney Flipbook. Then on page 11 I altered the flap of the memorabilia pocket into a place to display photos.
Disney Flipbook Pages 10 & 11
The memorabilia pocket on page 11 is a huge 7×7 pocket with a magnet closure, so it’s perfect for storing additional photos, brochures, tickets and other memorabilia from a trip.
In my case, I have so many photos that I decided to extend the memorabilia pocket flap, so I could add photos to it.
Flipbook Pages Unaltered
Pages 10 and 11 are perfect for wedding photos, but they aren’t ideal for my Disney mini album. So, I will be transforming them with pattern paper.
On the right you can see the memorabilia pocket. There is enough room to place a portrait photo next to the memorabilia pocket flap, however I would like to put more than one photo on this page. So, I need to alter it.
It’s amazing how a bit of pattern paper is changing the whole feel of this album!
Flipbook Page 10 – Side Flap
I added a side opening flap to page 10, which allows me to display three 4×6 photos rather than just one.
Making the Side Opening Flap
This was super simple to do. First I cut a mat for the base page – the multi color star piece. Then I cut a piece of black cardstock and scored it with a scoreboard and stylus forming the flap. I attached the flap to the base page mat, then adhered the mat section to page 10. Finally, I added mats to the flap and photos to complete the look.
Altering the Memorabilia Pocket Flap on Page 11
I extended the memorabilia pocket flap, so it could display photos.
Extending the Memorabilia Pocket Flap
I cut a piece of black cardstock and adhered it to the flap, then covered both sides with pattern paper mats. On the inside I decorated it with some layered pieces of paper and a star from the sticker sheet.
The decoration of the base page looks complex, but it’s very simple.
I decorated page 11 with this great piece of pattern paper, plus a brad at the top left, and the photo of course. Additionally, I added a piece of red cardstock to the right for some added interest. Doesn’t it look great!
Before and After
Here’s a look at the Flipbook pages before and after I altered them.
Remember out of the box a Flipbook holds 36 4×6 photos. My mini album holds more photos, because I added flaps and inserts. The alterations on pages 10 & 11 brings the photo count in my Disney Flipbook to 76 (41 4×6 photos, 32 3×4 photos, and 3 1 3/4×2 3/4 photos, plus 3 journal spots).
I used the products listed below 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 each item and purchased all products, except those with an * next to them. As always, I am not receiving a payment for doing this project or writing this blog post.
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