It’s an old ugly TV stand and the perfect depth for 12×12 albums!
Completed albums move to the living room cabinet where dust is less likely to slip into the page protectors. Unfortunately, they’re also less likely to get viewing time in there, so I do bring one out and set it on top of a waist-high cabinet once in a while.
Our babysitter says she looks through the, so at least I know somebody’s looking!
I do have a few in-progress albums in that cabinet, as well, since my scrap room shelf isn’t big enough. But they’re the ones I add to the least often.
In the next couple days I’ll share the albums I’m most actively working on.
Where do you keep the scrapbooks you’re regularly adding pages to?
Note: This is part of a new series on scrapbook albums. Here’s what else we’ve got so far —
Transform Your Albums Into Unified Stories
There are five video tutorials in this series, the fifth one will release by tomorrow!
You’ll need to have a current Paperclipping Membership to view the videos (but not the articles). Click here to learn more.
Members can return to these episodes in the membership for the five videos:
#175 – Transform Your Albums Into Unified Stories – Part 1
#176 – Transform Your Albums Into Unified Stories – Part 2
#29 – Inside the Album
#18 – Solving Your Two-Page Layout Problem
#13 – See-through Layouts