Last night I finally delivered a new baby gift to my friends Michelle and Matt. They are the loveliest people — always jumping in to help, don’t know the word “no” when something needs to be done, and their kids are great too! It was hard to know what to get them/do for them for their new little guy. You see, they have so many friends that have wanted to do something for them. I’ve been enjoying all of the pictures they’ve shared on Facebook…and the light bulb went off! I decided to personalize Memories and More for Sawyer. I love how it turned out! Take a look.
Memories and More for Sawyer
I started with a Kraft 6″ x 8″ Album.
Then, I used a piece of the gorgeous Bundle of Love Specialty Designer Series Paper.
I hated not showing the fabulous gold foil side — think wedding instead of baby!
After cutting the designer paper, I adhered it to the front of the album with Mod Podge.
While that was drying, I cut letters from Sahara Sand with the Large Letters Framelits.
Then, I matted the name on a piece of Very Vanilla over a piece of Soft Sky.
Next, I finished the inside.
But, I’ll show that in a minute.
To attach the Soft Sky 3/8″ Classic Weave Ribbon, I wrapped a piece of Tear and Tape around the cover.
Finally, I attached the nameplate using Tear and Tape.
On the inside cover of the album, I mitered the corners of the Bundle of Love designer paper.
Then, I added a layer of Very Vanilla cardstock.
Again, I used Mod Podge to adhere these pieces.
To the finished cover, I added a square of Soft Sky and then a smaller square of Very Vanilla.
The Very Vanilla piece has all of Sawyer’s birth stats printed in Soft Sky.
Included as part of the gift were a Variety Pack of 6″ x 8″ Photo Pocket Pages,
a Bundle of Love Memories and More Card Pack
and a pair of Journaling Pens.
Now my friends are ready to save memories and more for Sawyer!
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Memories and More for Sawyer album!
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