Blue Skies 6 x 8 Scrapbook Workshop Kit

In Other Goodies! by Lynn Como2 Comments

This is just such an adorable album creating over 20 pages in 6 x 8 format. Use the materials in this kit and easy-to-follow instructions to create all the pages. I just couldn’t wait to share this with you so I went ahead and created a video below.  Make sure you add the Candy Apple 6 x 8 album for $15.95 found HERE.

CC5211 Blue Skies 6 x 8 Scrapbooking Workshop Kit    $52.95  (fits our Everyday Life 6×8 album)

Kit contents:
1 — Blue Skies Paper Packet + Sticker Sheet (CC5205)
1 – Blue Skies Coordinating Cardstock (CC5212)
1 – additional White Daisy cardstock sheet
1 – Wood Arrows (Z3552)
4 – 2″ × 2″ Flip Flaps® Memory Protectors™
8 – 6″ × 8″ Memory Protectors™
2 – 6″ × 8″ Memory Protectors™ Design 1
2 – 6″ × 8″ Memory Protectors™ Design 2
photo placeholders

Additional supplies needed:

Here’s just a small sample of what you can do with this colorful, cheerful and beautiful 6 x 8 mini album with protectors included.  The “blue sky” is the limit!

This is a SUPER cute 6 x 8 album!

Purchase your KIT HERE today!

In case you missed these Workshop Kits:

Blue Skies Kit of the Month 10+ pages & card Workshop is HERE

Blue Skies 18 Cards Workshop Kit details are HERE

Comments

  1. Hi Lynn… Do you buy chance sell your workshop instructions? I have a consultant already (Kelly Fitzgerald), but I LOVE your scrapbook layouts you did for Blue Skies. I’d be interested in purchasing your workshop directions, if you do that sort of thing without placing an order…
    Also, the 6×8 album you made.. did you add any additional pages to the corporate kit?
    Thank you! Love your creations.

    1. Author

      Sarah, thank you for your complement on my artwork. I know Kelly and she is a fabulous gal! The only way to receive my cutting guide is to purchase the products from me. So since I created 12 pages, a $40+ product purchase on my website is the minimum requirement to receive this. That’s a good deal when you consider the value you receive in creating 12 pages and 6 cards.
      Lynn

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