Capitol Chic Designs – Traveler’s Notebook Design Project

Today I am sharing a new completed design project using two different paper collections from from Capitol Chic Designs.

I used a 12″ X 12″ paper pad collection and a 6″ X 6″ paper pad collection. I coordinate the cut-a-parts from the Capitol Chic Designs collections with some additional ephemera and embellishments from my craft supplies which include Little Yellow Bicycle Journaling cards, ephemera packs from Art~C, Tim Holtz Ideology Page Pockets, and Journal Cards from Studio Calico. I mainly used Bearly Art Glue to adhere the notebook pages and elements, and used Kraft-tex Kraft Paper Fabric along with HeatnBond to adhere the designer paper on the cover.

For this design project, I created a traveler’s notebook full of pockets, pages, tuck spots, photo mats and much more!

You can see a full review of this project in the video below and on my YouTube channel.

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Capitol Chic Designs Paper Collection – Planner Album Design Project

Really excited to share with you my latest design project!

For this project, I used a new paper collection I discovered from Capitol Chic Designs. I was familiar with CCD through their planner products. However, I did not know that CCD also had a 12″ X 12″ paper pad! I just had to use this collection in my new design.

I am calling my design a “Planner Album” because it includes elements from the planner world and mini album world.

The album base is from Graphic 45. It is their 6 X 8 X 3in Ivory Rectangle Tag & Pocket Album. I really love the size of this album. It has very generous spacing between the page sections.

Some of the design elements incorporated in this planner album include tracker inserts, large tags for journaling or photos, flip pages, year-at-a-glance calendar insert, month by month flip pages, sticker elements from Capitol Chic Designs, and lots of additional pockets.

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