Industrial Evolution Snap Ring Album

by Karen Wyngaard
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After completing my Industrial Evolution layouts (shared on Friday's blog post), I was inspired to make another project with this versatile collection.

In December, Tricia developed an interactive mini book for a virtual expo called the Snap Ring Album. I've been wanting to make one ever since.

Make your own Snap Ring Album using the following steps:

1. Purchase the Snap Ring Album Components and an Industrial Evolution page kit.

2. Follow the instructions included with your album components purchase.

3. Embellish and enjoy!

Here's a visual tour of my Industrial Evolution Snap Ring Album:

I just love the different interactive pages Tricia designed for this mini book. The different pocket styles and flaps offer tons of decorating potential!

Adhering cutaparts using Foam Adhesive Circles adds dimension and visual interest.

The "snap ring" makes it easy to add, remove, or rearrange the pages inside the album.

Some of the pages feature flaps that open vertically...

...and others, horizontally.

The "hand" cutapart points to a ribbon tab. Pull to open...

...to reveal additional space for photos or embellishments.

Some pages have angled pockets...

...and others feature simple "folder-style" pockets.

You'll learn how to fold your paper to make this unique, double angled pocket. (Don't worry, Tricia's instructions are clear and easy to follow.)

 

I had so much fun making this album, I'm itching to make more! The compact size and interactive design is perfect for gift-giving, or for documenting a special occasion or trip.

Happy crafting!

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LUCYG

Wow, I missed the online workshop, but I love this! Thank you!

Cathy Gray

Love it!

Lisa D

What a fun gift! I love the charms on the front.

Kathy Peterson

Karen this is BEAUTIFUL and luv it very much. You also give the inspiration any kit will work with this. Thank you.

Ruby Wilkes

Great project

Regina Harris

I love to see how versatile the kits are for other projects. I am thinking about using a very old kit Generations for this project for family memorabilia.

Julie

Karen, this is such a great project and your version is stunning!

KnitterPam

Love this album, Karen! I have the kit sitting on my table to work on soon! Thanks for the great inspiration.

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