The album came with the binder cover, four chipboard pages, and four kraft pages. I have left the kraft pages out for the moment, but will include them once I start adding photos.
I used the Studio Calico Heyday line for my papers and die-cuts. I love how the Epiphany Crafts vintage settings match that collection so well.
One of my favorite parts of the album is the first page. Maya Road's chipboard is of a really high quality, so when I use their album pages I know they aren't going to flex or be flimsy. With that in mind, I made a free-hanging banner using the Epiphany Crafts banner tool. Even though the pennants are going to swing freely, I know the sturdy page will keep them in line :). For a tutorial on how to make the banner, see the Epiphany Crafts blog here.
I am going to wait to post more photos of the album until I have added our trip photos and the additional pages. You shouldn't have to wait too long :). Thanks for stopping by today! With my approaching birthday also comes the need to renew my driver's license. Whoo hoo, I'm off to the DMV :(. Have a good one!