Hi All! Pages 6 and 7 in my Disney Flipbook only need a minor modification for me to add the rest of my Hollywood Studio photos to this mini album. By adding a side flap, I’ve made room for 4 more smaller size photos. Additionally, by adding a side flap photos from the same ride are now together.
Disney Flipbook Pages 6 & 7
I have so many great photos from this trip to Disney that I needed to expand the capacity of the With This Ring Flipbook. Because Flipbooks have an extra wide spine, adding extra flaps and bulky embellishments is no problem.
Here are what the pages look like in the With This Ring Flipbook.
These two pages have a real wedding feel, great for the Flipbook’s intended purpose, but not ideal for Disney. However, altering these pages to have that Disney flair will be really simple. Just a bit of pattern paper and a few embellishments will do the trick.
Page 7 is a flap page, which holds 5 photos, so it’s capacity is just right for my photos of Fantasmic!
Isn’t it amazing what some pattern paper will do!
By simply matting over the wedding themed pages, and adding a die cut these two pages are now totally Disney.
Page 6 – Under Cut Page
Page 6 holds one landscape 4×6 photo, however I had 5 photos I wanted to display on page 6.
Side Flap Addition
By adding a side flap to page 6 I was able to fit all 5 images on a single page. A side flap is easy to make and looks great in my mini album.
The tricky part was the matting, because I wanted the matting on the flap to look like one continuous canvas. I attached the hinge to the under cut page, then matted the under cut page covering the hinge. This allowed me to line up the mat on the side flap, mark where to cut and achieve the continuous look I desired.
The layered look pattern paper is ideal for this page. The side flap holds one 3×4 photo and one 2 3/4″x1 3/4″ photo, while the under cut page holds two 3×4 photos.
Side Flap Closed
Finally, I matted the outside of the side flap with Say Cheese cardstock and added a 4×6 photo to complete the side flap.
Page 7 – Flap Page
The flaps on page 7 hold both landscape and portrait photos.
All Flaps Closed
The top flap can be either the landscape or portrait flap. I love this photo of Mickey at Fantasmic!, so the landscape flap is on top in my Disney Flipbook.
Landscape Flap Open
Portrait Flap Open
When the portrait flap is open you can see another 4×6 photo, plus two 3×4 photos. Designed for one portrait image, this flap can also accommodates two 3×4 landscape photos.
Before and After
Here’s a look at the Flipbook pages before and after I altered them.
Adding pattern paper and a few embellishments totally transformed these pages into Disney!
Page 6 and 7 bring the photo count in my Disney mini album to 32 4×6 photos, 15 3×4 photos, and 1 1 3/4×2 3/4 photo, plus 3 journal spots. That’s a total of 48 photos and we’re not even half way through the pages in the Flipbook. It’s so easy to alter Flipbook to fit your needs.
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.
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