Hey guys! I recently got a request for the instructions for an oldie but a goodie. It's a retired winter polar pals album titled "Let it Snow" and has an adorable arctic theme. Perfect for the season! To see the original post, click HERE.
It's a 4"x6" album so it would make a great mini for a fun vacation, a day of tubing or a grandma's brag book with photos of her grandlittles bundled up, having fun in the snow!
This album uses Doodlebug's Polar Pals Collection and is filled with cool blues, purples, teals and grays. If you don't have this exact collection but love the design of this album, you can still recreate it using similar winter themed products like Doodlebug's Winter Wonderland collection.
It has interactive fold out pages for more storage and I love the scalloped circle and tag that peeks out above the top of the album. It has a super cute layered feel.
And of course, there are flippies! I love Doodlebug's sheets of 2x2 and 4x4 cards for these. They are perfect for mini albums and it makes a creative way to display more photos.
I always include pockets for memorabilia or extra pictures. This would be perfect for lift tickets, postcards or a brochure from a fun activity like, tubing or snowmobiling.
If you haven't used my instructions in the past, give them a try! My albums are simple to replicate and the instructions include full color pictures of each page.
I've added the product links below. The Polar Pals collection is an older one but you might have supplies in your stash, or ... something similar. Thanks for stopping by!
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