Winter is the perfect time for scrapbooking! Not only are the long dark evenings a good excuse for hiding ourselves away with our stash, but the season itself also presents us with so much to record. From icy walks and snowball fights to winter sports and frosty landscapes... they're all worth scrapbooking! "This album records the events of just one day," recalls scrapbooker Anita Mundt . The snow had fallen and my husband and I were ready for some fun - it's not only children who can enjoy the snow! When I decided to make this album, the thing that stuck in my mind was the bright colours of our winter woollies. That was my starting point, so I raided my stash and came up with something a little different from the usual wintry palette. I wanted the book to have an active and busy feel, like the day itself, and I achieved this by using several different patterned papers together. I placed some photos overlapping the folds to create a feeling of continuity through the book.
This is a downloadable pdf article from Scrapbook inspirations. It includes Anita's step-by-step guide for how to make a double accordian minibook. All shopping lists and supplies suggestions in this pdf were correct at the time of publication, but you may need to improvise & shop around for supplies if items are no longer in the shops.