26 Jul 2014

instax // create a flip scrapbook



hello!!
as you can see, Im back with a instax collab post and we are back onto crafts!! yay!!
today is an easy diy scrapbook that you can make with just things that you have at home
if you don't have book rings, a pretty piece of ribbon would be a great substitute
and did I mention that there is a free printable as well!!



you will need //
printable scrapbook covers // instax prints // card stock // hole punch // ruler // pencil // scissors // book rings or ribbon



1 // cut out your preferred (or all of them) cover from my free printable that you can get here if you missed it

Ive got a gold glitter one which is a new technique I learnt on photoshop, a pink instax, cactus and minimalistic stripes as well. Hopefully there is something perfect for you!



2 // Cut out a back cover out of some card stock. The measurements are 8.6 x 5.4 which is just a little bigger than the pictures.



3 // hole punch the top left corner of your cover, back cover and instax prints. Be careful not to cut too far into the film as the chemicals will leak. Just a small warning!



4 // get your book rings or ribbon and thread through all the holes and close to finish off your scrapbook



Yay!! Now you can make more and even make them for different occasions with your own covers! Just cut them out of some cardboard and decorate. I know that most of you have washi tape and pens to decorate so please get creative!

don't forget to tag this diy with #vanillacraftblog on instagram!
xx harri

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, and all opinions expressed are my own. I was sent an instax mini 8 free of charge in return for a full collaboration feature including videos and crafts on vanilla craft blog. Many thanks to Maca @ Fuji Film NZ for sending me the camera to try out


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9 comments:

  1. Not gonna lie the idea of punching a hole in my instax's gives me anxiety but it looks awful cute in the little book!

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    1. Yes it worried me as well! I used some of my bad ones to test though. It worked fine for me xx

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  2. This is brilliant, great idea! Super cute as well. :) x

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  3. This is so cute. I love this idea xx

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  4. Ah love this so much! I'm totally going to make these for my friends for their birthdays!

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  5. This is so beutiful!! That would be an amazing gift :))
    Thanks a lot for sharing Harri :))

    Xx Barbora
    Abitconfusing.blogspot.com

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  6. Omg I love this! I'll definitely give it a try! xx

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Thank you for taking the time to write a comment. I read everyone and try to reply as soon as possible so check back. Hope you enjoyed this post x Harri