Hi friends. I’m excited to share with you my December Scrapbook album!
I have 4 posts, total (including this one) with a daily breakdown of supplies and sometimes a little commentary! This post will include all of the LINKS (non affiliate) to the supplies I used. Older supplies may not have links.
This year I created a 6″x8″ homemade album, made with fabric-wrapped cardboard and turquoise loose-leaf/binder rings. It ended up super chunky! I have a little video on my Instagram with a little DIY insight to the creation of the album. It was very inexpensive to create ($5-$6 approx).
This year, I’m using *mostly* printables with a few products from 2021’s releases from American Crafts and Crate Paper. I ordered the physical products back in October. You can see the “haul” video saved in my Instagram Highlight: Scrapbooking 2. I like to order early!
Kelly Bangs Creative: Mix & A-Mingle 40 page Collection
I also used the custom paper dolls and the Christmas Style clothes
I used the December 2×2 squares
I also used a few of the Pink Christmas collection papers.
Advertisement note: I am on Kelly’s creative team
Traci Reed: Candy Coated Christmas
I used the 6×8 papers, 6×8 Signatures, Stickers #1, and Daily Cards
My Happy Space Store (Etsy): Christmas Comfort devotional
Vicki Boutin Warm Wishes Collection for American Crafts
I used patterned paper, and the Chipboard Stars & Hearts.
Busy Sidewalks by Crate Paper
I used patterned paper, and the ephemera pack.
Paper I use to print my printables and large photos – It is made by Canon, but I have an HP printer. I buy at least 2 at a time. It goes out of stock a lot lately.
My HP printer. I have a referral code for free months of HP instant ink if you’re interested. I LOVE instant ink. I am on the 100 page per month plan because my 4×6 photo prints don’t count.* Otherwise, I’d have to size up to the next tier.
For glossy photos, I print on 4×6 photo paper, whatever Walmart has available. *Printing photos from my phone is “free” with the HP Tango printer- meaning it doesn’t count towards my monthly page count. I print right from the app. Sometimes, I grid my photos, putting several onto one 4×6 photo. App to do this is listed below.
I use this app to grid photos and print 4×6. This way you can create 2×2 photos, etc.