Thursday, March 3, 2022


Hello Friends!  I've been playing with one of my favorite Doodlebug collections this week (Fairy Garden) and I'm excited to share this project with you!  It's a waterfall style folio album, which I love, because you get to see layers of pretty paper!

To make the base of the album, I used white card stock and chipboard.  Although not exactly the same, I have a tutorial for a similar album over on my blog and you can get measurements and instructions HERE.

I used my cutting machine to add a circle in the front cover, but you could also use dies or a circle punch.  Under the circle inside, I layered paper and part of a scallop punch onto a white envelope from the Lots of Love collection, and included a magnet so that my flap would stay shut.

I added a few cute cards from the Fairy Garden 6x6 paper pad on the front of the card and tucked it inside the little 2x3 envelope.  This will be a cute place for a note when I give this little album to a friend.

See, there are all those pretty layers of colorful paper!  For the front of the waterfall, I wanted to mimic the circle shape in the cover window so I punched out a 3" circle and a 2 1/2" scallop circle, then added the "pièce de la résistance" ... that adorable flower bouquet DoodlePop!  So pretty!

I embellished some of the pages with This & That stickers, Odds & Ends, and Chit Chat and my album was done!  I can't wait to add photos on the other pages ... up to 14 photos will fit in this fun little book.

Well, like the sticker says, you brighten my day and I hope my project has brightened yours!  

Doodlebug Products Used
Fairy Garden Collection
Lots of Love Cards & Envelopes
Bright Bunch DoodlePop
White Card stock

3" circle punch
2 1/2" scallop circle punch

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