Father’s Day scrapbook
Craft this scrapbook album using the gorgeous wooden postcards from Papermania Capsule Elements Wood. Fill with an abundance of photographs and memories to create the perfect gift for Father’s Day.
1. Take a Papermania Capsules Element Wood Postcard and lightly dab brown ink around the edges on both sides.
2. Select a label from the Papermania Capsule Elements Wood A4 Ultimate Die-cut & Paper Pack for the middle of the postcard. Fix a decoupage design onto the label and adhere with Anita’s Tacky Glue.
3. Ink Papermania Capsule Elements Wood Adhesive Letters brown then enhance with a layer of Anita’s 3D Gloss. Stick to the centre of your decoupage design.
4. Add further sentiments from the ultimate pack to create your desired message. If you want to personalise, stamp with the Creativity Essentials A5 Male Family Stamp Set.
1. Cut a piece of card measuring 5¾ x 3¾" and cover with Capsule Elements Wood paper. Adhere the ‘With love’ label from the ultimate pack to the middle of the page and arrange the numbered arrows on top.
2. Spell out ‘Why I love you’ with the die-cut squared letters and stick in place. Fix a die-cut banner in the top left-hand corner with a circlular die-cut on top. Add a Papermania Capsule Elements Wood brad to finish.
Back of inside page
1. Cover the back of the postcard with Capsule Elements Wood paper, and place a lined journaling die-cut towards the left-hand side.
2. Place two scalloped bunting pieces down the left-hand side. Add ‘Me & you’ over the top of the bunting using Bare Basics adhesive wooden letters.
3. Fix a smaller lined die-cut piece to the right of the page. Die cut ‘Dad’ with the sentiment die and position over the top to finish the spread.
1. Thread a piece of raffia through the hole of the ‘Handmade with love’ circlular wooden tag and adhere to the centre of a Capsule Elements Wood postcard. Pop a brad through the postcard and attach the tag so it hangs.
Design as many extra pages as you would like using the Capsule Elements Wood range, then simply bind together by creating a hole in the top left corner and tie with ribbon or string.
Project, photography and how-to instructions by Project Design Team member Sharon Nettleship.