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As a mom, I'm required to carry photos of my child around at all times.
Some people really want to see the photos, others are just being
polite. To carry around all the things I need on a daily basis, my
purse already qualifies as a mid-sized suitcase... so I don't want to
lug around a ream of photos as well. That's why today's tutorial is
this fun little pocket album!


You'll need:
4 photos (cut to 2.5"x2.5")
Chipboard
Mod Podge
20" lengthe of 3/4" Ribbon
Leftover scrap booking paper (four 5"x5" pieces and four 3"x1" pieces)
Craft knife, scissors

You can "upcycle" the chipboard that comes as package stabilizer when
you buy a pack of scrapbook paper, and cut it into 3" squares. You'll
get 9 squares out of your piece of chipboard, but you're only using 8,
so you can save the 9th for the next time you make this project!

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