I cut this as a template from paper, cut it in half and then cut a piece of canvas from half of the oval.
I used this as the cover for the album.
I then used From my Kitchen and created the tabbed pages that were 8.5 x 5.
I cut 4 each from thin chipboard and glued 2 of them together to create the base for each page.
Using the paper stack I did have (K&Co. Life's Journey), I also cut cardstock to cover the chipboard. At this point my album consist of 6 pages, 2 canvas, 1 for the cover and 1 for inside, and 4 tabbed pages.
Here it is decorated.
I followed her instructions to create the special page pockets and acrylic tag. I didn't have any of the envelopes she used for the special pockets, so those were made from scratch using my Martha Stewart score board.
Acrylic Tag below.
I did not have the Tim Holtz filmstrip die that Laura Denison used, so I created one with my Gypsy.
Here is the page decorated with it.
The post card was created by stamping my Penny Black postcard stamp on a piece of printed cardstock.
This album isn't quite finished yet, but I am having so much fun making it. I was really apprehensive using this as my project this week, because it wasn't my own idea, but since I came up with the cut file for the album, the film strip cut, and basically made all of the other embellishments including the flowers on my own, I am hoping everyone won't mind me posting it.
Thanks Pam for having me as a guest designer. I am really sorry this is late. I was sure it wasn't due until tomorrow, and if you get a chance, check out the USTREAM Video's Laura Denison does every week. They are very very Inspiring.