Yes, that was me not long ago. I love the wallet photos of my son but there are always so many! I refuse to get rid of them but didn't want them wasting away in a box. Enter the quickest and cutest way to use wallet pictures to make an adorable mini album!
I found this mini album in the clearance section of a local drugstore for $1.99. There are four little page pockets that pivot out of the metal album. Each pocket is slightly larger then a wallet sized picture so I backed each one with patterned paper. I was able to fit eight pictures but since I mounted each one on paper individually, it's a bit of a tight fit.
|I spruced up the cover with a brad, a button and flowers all from Doodlebug (are you surprised?).|
|The pages fan out nicely.|
|Page 1: E was just a few days old :)|
|Page 2: E's 1st Christmas :)|
|Page 3: E is over a year :)|
|Page 4: My lil guy is 4!|
|Back pages: Love that hair!|
|OMGosh! First birthday:)|
|Another from the 1st Christmas :)|
|My 3 month old cutie!|
This little book is a great way to keep all those wallet pictures safe, use up some paper scraps and showcase how much I love my son! I wish I could remember who makes this album - I would love to have a few more:)
What do you do with your wallet sized photos? Thanks for stopping by!