For the Gluecard a Day Challenge in 2020, I decided I wanted to end up with a book, while working the individual cards or pages flat. My solution was to make a copy of a book I used in 2004, which was a little tied dollar store photo album with cardstock pages. Here’s how I made my copy:
I like this style of book, because you can really make it any size, with any number of pages, made from whatever paper suits your purpose. You can remove pages for framing, or add pages if you decide to keep going. It’s a nice whatever book.