Throughout 2021, we participated in many virtual events offered by expo organizers. As we were brainstorming workshop ideas for each event, Tricia developed a number of projects that can be made using a single Club Scrap Page Kit. Even non-scrappers can get in on the paper crafting fun with these unique and gift-able projects!
Page Kit Projects
All of our monthly Page Kits include twelve sheets of paper, twelve pre-cut photo mats, printed cutaparts and other embellishments to finish any of the following projects beautifully. If you prefer to work with a special release kit for any of the projects below, trimming instructions for the four extra 12x12 papers are usually included as part of the tutorial.
The finished book size is 5.25x7.25" and is designed to easily hold horizontal 4x6" photos. Enjoy loading up the inner pages liberally with photos and embellishments. The spine features a 1/4" gap between the pages to allow for expansion. To make a U-Hinge book, you'll need the U-Hinge Book Instructions download, a page kit of your choice, (1) 12x12 mat board, and a few other supplies.
Tricia's Peony version beautifully showcases the gorgeous prints from the collection. You can read more about the project on the original virtual workshop landing page.
I recently made a U-Hinge Book using the Beautiful Noise Page Kit. Visit my blog post to learn more.
The finished book size is 6x8" and is designed to easily hold vertical 4x6" photos. Decorate the inner pages by adapting the page kit cutaparts and embellishments, then load it with photos and journaling. The book features a beautiful exposed stitched spine. To make the project you'll need a page kit, (1) 12x12 mat board, waxed cord, a tapestry needle, and a few other basic tools. Tricia shared the full list of supplies on her blog post.
Here's Tricia's beautiful Regatta 6x8" Stitched book . . .
. . . and another she made from the Geodes Page Kit.
I couldn't resist making a stitched book of my own to use as a garden journal featuring the Sprouts Page Kit.
Two Slider Boxes with Cards
Since the Triple Folio instructions require six 12x12 papers, you can actually make TWO projects from a single page kit. Talk about getting more bang for your buck! Tricia's version below is made using papers from the Prism collection.
I recently made a pair of Triple Folio Books using the Pacific Northwest Page Kit. They will be perfect for showcasing my father's nature photography. Additional details and photos can be found on my blog post.
Check out my June blog post for six more awesome page kit project ideas.
Which project will you try first? With gift-giving season just around the corner, there's never been a better time to get started!