Stunning, aren’t they? Classic bookcloth Album Covers are our pride & joy, and now they are available in 16 delicious colors. And as luck would have it, we’ve got some pretty sweet Paper Packs that blend with them quite nicely, so no matter what theme album you’re ready to work on next, we’ve got you covered.
Take, for instance, our Trick or Treat Paper Pack. With fun patterns on one side and spooky fun Halloween icons on the other, this paper is loaded with traditional Halloween colors like purple, orange, black and yellow. Perfect for pairing with the Sunshine, Ebony, Orange and Eggplant Album Covers!
Next up is the Fall In Paper Pack with rich, bold jewel tones with a wide variety of cool patterns like rustic barn wood, plaids, stripes and lots of sweet textures. Stunning when used with the Eggplant, Cream Mica, Teal or Coral Album Covers. Excellent choices for fall family photo or wedding albums.
Sweet shades of pastel and lots of pretty patterns make the papers in the Pretty in Pastel Paper Pack the go-to choice for any baby album. Pink, baby blue, soft green and cream blend together with the Pink Lemonade, Cream Mica, Blue Shimmer and Moss Album Covers for the perfect album to celebrate that new bundle of joy!
Bold, bright and fun – the Look on the Bright Side Paper Pack blends nearly every color of the rainbow together! Tuck inside a Ruby, Orange, Sunshine, Moss, Cobalt or Fuchsia Album Cover for totally bright perfection!
The gorgeous patterns in the Be Bold & Flourish Paper Pack are such a lovely blend of florals, stripes, herringbone and other modern, trendy patterns. When paired with Teal, Coral or Ebony Album Covers, the combo is simply stunning.
Mixing and matching papers and albums is fun! What’s your favorite album/paper combination?
6 thoughts on “Scrapbook albums paired with paper packs – the perfect match!”
Wow great idea – love it😀
Great idea. Glad to see new paper packs
I love them all!
Very nice! Thanks for the “visual” to share with our customers!! Love it!!
Very nice new colors!!!
Love this idea to be able to show customers how the paper packs blend so well with the album colors.