Here are a few pictures of it. I will be doing a video about it some weekend when I have daylight hours to work with. It's tax time in Canada (until April 30) so I've been coming home after sunset for a while now.
This cover is made with my own flowers (designed on my Boss Kut Gazelle) and a paper quilled butterfly.
The base of the album is made with an Accucut Tag Album die. It's designed to be an accordion fold album. I just put two tags together at a time to make a folded page, and then stitched all the pages together.
I actually used four different Accucut dies in this album: the Tag Album die, two other tag dies and a convertibles frame. I also used a Quickutz label die, and then two of my own designs: the flowers and the mini butterfly you see above. All the pages have a pocket, a pull out or a flip up. All the extra tag inserts are what expand the number of photo or journaling spots in the album without increasing the page number.
I used a whole pack of Sandylion stickers for the butterflies and flowers on the inside. These stickers have a clear outline, so I put them on plastic sheets I got from Accucut Craft and then cut them out so I could hang them over my pockets and not have them be sticky on the back.
I will be making more mini albums and offering the naked bits for sale in my shops. I first have to determine what shapes and styles I like best.
It was nice to get back to a little quilling. I like how my butterfly turned out, so I might try some more like that for my cards.