Here’s the second part of the waterfall photo card album that I showed in part one. The sizes of papers you’ll use for the layers are listed in this pdf file. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-DLO0m6zf9fZkIwaTdycmtCekE/view?usp=sharing
You’ll definitely want to print this out so that you can make the card and decorate it with paper.
The foil papers I used are Christmas Combos from Die Cuts with a View and I’ve had them at least one year, so doubt that it’s still a current paper, sorry.
I used red card stock to back it from Recollections in their lighter weight card stocks.
I tried to use the paper as my decorations as well, so on the tops of each red paper covered area, I used strips of the foil paper to make it look like it took some time to make all of my pages pretty.
I took the poinsettia paper and cut out three of them, and the third one, I only cut out the red area…The other two had green leaves as well. The bottom two layers had green and I made sure they had foam between them and I bent the leaves up. The top layer that was all red had foam under it as well, and I made sure that it was really bent upward, so it looked real. I used green and red pearls on the front of the album and Merry Christmas, from an Aliexpress die, that I cut in gold foil and backed offset with red paper so it would show on the gold background.