Have you got a big project? Why not go mini? I don't often create mini albums, but when I have a subject that calls for more than a double page layout, a mini album is the perfect answer. I have used Scrapware's NEW! Bracket mini album to document a well treasured family recipe.
The bracket on the front cover has been covered in a grid patterned paper, then rubons have been added around the frame. All of the edges have been inked in Umber. For the inner pages I have stuck to the formula of photo, patterned paper and embellishments on the left facing page, and recipe on the right. I love the size of this album. At just a fraction smaller than 6"x6", it holds a standard sized photo perfectly with room left for embellishment!
The back cover has been covered in patterned paper and a diecut shape. A Scrapware flourish sweeps across the back cover, extending out from under a chip flower. The flourish has been been coated in glaze only so that the other colours pop.
ALB22 Bracket album
CH428 Alyssa flourish (large)
AZ01 Teen lowercase alphas
Chip flower (front cover)
Why not consider creating a mini album for your next project? This project was completed in only a couple of hours, so would be perfect to take along to your next crop night!