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the envelope page protector came with a different album - i think it was a Pink Paislee? canvas album. I've had it for about a year.

one more thing...how did you make the "envelope" page protector???

I almost got that exact binder yesterday...I think I might go back and get it after payday! You album looks awesome!

I told myself that too, but then I got really excited and just went ahead and made it. I figured I'd better get it done while I was inspired. The real test will be if I can actually complete the dang album :)

Hey girl!! That looks awesome!! Trying not to freak out that u seem to have it all really together already. Lol! I told myself I wasn't going to worry about the design and stuff and just focus on pictures, words, feelings, collecting stuff from the week and documenting and then I see this and think. Uh oh!! I should be more prepared. Great job!!!

Project - A Week In the Life - Album Setup
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Project - A Week In the Life - Album Setup
by gloverbr
posted 07/24/11 at 08:27 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

This is my album setup for Week In the Life. I found the binder in the school supply section in Target. There is a mix of page protector styles including baseball size, 5x7, 8.5x11, 6x12, and an envelope style. I'm also planning to scrapbook right on top of the binder dividers that came in the binder. I used some leftover supplies and papers from Project Life also.

I made the circle embellishments for the day dividers by punching a circle, adding a chipboard letter, and tracing the edge of the circle with a pencil. I also wrote the day of the week in pencil. On the back of each day's divider I will put a 4x6 photo and since the paper has a punched edge the photo will have a unique border.

On the 6x12 page protectors, I intend to write the days events at 8am, 9am, 10am, etc. I will probably fill out the pdf download from ali's site and just cut it in half and put it in the 6x12 page protector.

The last photo shows my box of supplies I plan on using in this album.

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