Ever since we moved into our new home, the husband and I have been working diligently on making all parts of our home us. Our home has really good bones: great flooring, neutral wall colors, crown molding and wainscoting in various rooms throughout our home. All stuff that is fabulous, but it could be in any person’s home. It just needed touches here and there to make sure it looks like our family is the one living there now. So far, Luke and Reagan’s rooms have been tackled, we’ve created a gallery wall with some personalized art, made over some old not-so-cute art, and put together a place perfect for displaying all of our kids’ masterpieces. Now that almost every other room in our home has had some new love infused into it, it’s time to focus on my favorite space in our home: my craft room. I’m sharing the first project I put together for the craft space: a Family Photo Flip Book!
I’ve added a piece of art that is really me but it showcases the the thing I love most: my family. Want to take a peek at each of the pages?
Let me start by saying this: I’m not going to tell you step-by-step how to re-create this sweet piece of home decor, BUT I am showing you each page and trying to list as many of the supplies that I used so you have a great jumping off point for when you create your own. Sound good?
The base of the entire flip book is this amazing mini clipboard album. Swoon. I simply built everything off of the pages that were already included with it. Because the clipboard opens, you could easily add more pages if that’s your style.
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So there you have it, my Family Photo Flip Book! Make sure to check back as I share more of my craft room over the next few weeks!
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