Wednesday, December 4, 2019


I love opening up the cover of an album or book, and seeing pretty, colorful paper.  And if it's Doodlebug paper, well then even better! I guess that's why I love waterfall albums so much.  Earlier this week, I posted a tutorial for making an album like this over on my blog, so when it came to my Christmas Magic project, I was eager to create another one!

See what I mean?  Aren't all those colorful patterns pretty?  I know ... I'm such a paper nerd :) 
I used odds & ends, chit chat, icon stickers, and sprinkles to embellish the back of each flap.  I plan to add photos to the fronts, but you could also add a gift card to some of the pages for a fun Christmas gift!
I also used some stickers from the This & That sheet.  I always love the little words and phrases.
Although I used 12x12 pattern paper for the inside and outside covers, I used sheets from the 6x6 paper pad for each of the waterfall patterns.  I think the smaller patterns are perfect for these 4x4 spaces.
If you would like to make a waterfall album of your own, I have all of the measurements and how-to details over on my blog here.  I hope I've inspired you to play with paper today!

Doodlebug Supplies Used:
Christmas Magic collection
Lady Bug twine
Holly & Pine Sprinkles
Deck the Halls Doodlepop


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