Another flip book

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I really should be sorting out my crop kits, but it’s been so long since I did a YT video I thought while I was working on another flip book I might as well do that.  This is the cover of the new one – using, as threatened, some very, very old club Scrap paper.  I hoarded it (yes, I know, one of the those 7 deadly sins I mentioned a few posts back) because it was so pretty I just hated to cut in to it.  Having found a whole stash of it in a bag in the cupboard, I am resolved to make use of it.  The leaf-y pattern on the cover seemed just right for a handful of photos from our local “stately home” The Vyne.

I just love the QK alphabet, which I cut from fun foam, for the title.  It cuts like a dream in my Grand Calibur.

Not the greatest shot of the inside, but I wanted to show how I sandwich the photos over the shorter flaps so the photos stick out.  So long as the landscape ones are just shy of the 5 3/4 inches of the base of the flip assembly, they fold in just fine and I like the slightly wonky look of them jutting out and overlapping.

I know I have a few more photos from this day but they have gotten out of order somehow and I need to hunt them down.  Once I do I’ll be able to finish the book.

Now, I really, really MUST sort out kits, or at least make a start, of I will waste my crop day, and I’ve missed TWO of my local crop days because of family stuff, so I really need this time!


One thought on “Another flip book

  1. Very neat looking! And, I think I remember that tie dye shirt your daughter is wearing! She always had the coolest tie dyes!

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