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One of the reasons I fell in love with Close to my Heart over 4 years ago was the patterns on their papers! I STILL love the patterns they release and this paper packet, Dreamin Big, is a favorite of my customers right now. I have been busy, not only still un-burying my craft room and garage from moving boxes, but also getting ready for a Spring Break trip to Walt Disney World. On my to-do list is making an autograph book for my two boys. The Dreamin Big Paper Pack has two pages of pocket scrapbooking cards you can cut out. Pocket scrapbooking is fast and easy, and with my head spinning, I need fast and easy right now! So read on to see a useful autograph book for Disney that my boys will be excited to look at and share with their friends (my Pinterest inspiration can be found at the Grey Luster Girl blog).
|Dreamin' Big Paper Packet|
This is the paper packet, double sided paper of coordinating prints and "zip strips" (the 1/2" printed strip, one side on each paper). Note in the bottom of the photo is the two sheets of the pocket scrapbooking pages. I cut them up....
|Dreamin' Big Pocket Scrapbooking Pages|
|Mini Mix Album|
I had some of the Mini Mix Albums already. And the good news for you if you want any, they are discontinued and now only $2.00!!! Get these before they are gone! The pages inside are brown kraft paper, vellum, and white cardstock.
I taped three sides of the pocket scrapbook paper, leaving the top open, added one of the Dreamin' Big Complements stickers and that's it. Now I can slide in a FujiFilm Instax mini instant photo of the boys with a character.
My plan is to have the characters sign the vellum pages over top of the photo and photo pocket. The kraft paper pages will be for my older son to journal a little about his day and my youngest to draw his own photos / characters. And since the books are not huge I made pockets on both sides of the white pages.
And there you have it! I will personalize the fronts of the books with the boys names and dates we are there. I hope they love it and I can't wait to get and use my new FujiFilm Instax Mini 8 that I have been wishing for over a year now. I think the boys will get a kick out of this. I would love to hear what you think too. Please let me know below!