Whenever Shutterfly sends me a promo to order 100 free prints, I always make sure to use it right away! Between the pictures taken on my iPhone camera and Canon, I feel like I could just continue to print for days. But, if you’re like me, the kind of person that loves to take a million photos yet, cannot ever find the time to create an adventurous scrapbook, then you’re in luck ’cause I’ve got a simple photo album project for you.
I recently used my 100 print promo on pictures that I had taken on our trip out west when we visited Kate and her hubby Anthony two years ago! So many wonderful memories were made that it was just impossible to not make a photo album (and a simple one at that). Here’s what you’ll need to create yours:
– 0.99 plain photo album (Target or Walmart)
– printed memories
– alphabet + number stickers (Michaels, Target, or Walmart)
– washi tape
– colored or line paper
I discarded the postcard-like paper cards that were in the front and back pockets of the album and just replaced it with lined paper so that you’re able to read the album cover easier. As you can see with mine, I kept it very simple but colorful. The colors I chose reminded me of the bright and beautiful day we enjoyed at Wyoming’s annual county fair. A few pictures down, you can see a couple snapshots from it!
Just allow your imagination to do the creating!