Where The Wild Things Are Mini Pocket Album

Hello Paper House fans! It’s Lee-Anne here today sharing a mini pocket album that I created using the Where The Wild Things Are Paper Crafting Kit and also the Where The Wild Things Are Diecut Sticker Pack.

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I have created a video explaining my  process:

Where The Wild Things Are Mini Pocket Album Supply List

Here are some closeups on the mini album.

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I wanted to create a mini pocket album and added photos in the pockets of these cuties.  I wanted to use Halloween photos in the album.

The chipboard album was created on my Silhouette Cameo using a cut file that I purchased online designed by Lori Whitlock.  After I cut out the album on chipboard, it was time to go ahead and embellish it with lots of papers, stickers, puffy stickers and diecut stickers from the Where The Wild Things Are Paper Crafting Kit.   Here are some closeups of each page.

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This was so fun to create and it will make a perfect gift for anyone.

Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!

 

Where the Wild Things Are

Paper House released a licensed collection this summer for  Where the Wild Things Are!  If you are a fan of this childhood favorite you will want to check it out!  Christine joining you today to share a layout featuring this fabulous collection!

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Supplies Used: Where the Wild Things Are Paper Crafting Kit

This Paper Crafting Kit makes it super easy to put together a fun layout! There are multiple sheets of each patterned paper in the kit making it possible for you to use both sides.  I layered the blue star background paper onto the one with words to create my base.  I also matted my picture with another paper that had both text and characters on it.  AND of course I had to fussy cut some of the leafy background!  I outlined both my picture frame and the leaves to match the font in style.

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The Cardstock stickers in the kit include a fun font so you can create a title to fit your layout.

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The stickers also include a variety of characters from the book – I liked how this one framed my picture and helped me create a unique title!  The circular stickers you see with “Wild Rumpus!” and “I’ll Eat You Up!” are puffy stickers.  Similar to all of Paper House’s other Puffy Stickers – they add some nice texture to the project!