I dug deep into my paper hoard and used papers from my Graphic 45 days. I've used a mish-mash of older collections, I mostly used Botanical Tea and Time to Flourish.
I added a little sort of nest of flowers at the base... again busting the stash!
Assembly was SUPER simple. I only have two bits of advice...
1. Be wary of adding a large design element at the top. It's so temping, but it may hinder the flipping of the pages.
2. When assembling the base leave the areas that slide together unembellished. This will help the pieces to fit together much more easily.
You know, I've always been more of a silver fox than a golden girl... but I had a bunch of dresden in my stash and I might be swayed to the other side.
Most of the butterflies I've used have been fussy cut from the G45 papers, but the ones below are stickers from... the dollar store! Aren't they pretty?!
The flip book comes with 6 chipboard pages so there is loads of room to play and experiment.
I was rather heavy handed with the dimention on the pages and there was still loads of wiggle room. You could easily add plenty of your own additional pages.
Want to make your own pretty flip book? You'll find the supply list below.
Standing Flip BookFaux Metal Number Plates 1 to 25
Graphic 45 papers
Twig Vine Garland