Since I had leftover paper from the front and back of the clipboard, I used the other side of the polar bear paper to create a small matching photo book. It it is very simple, I had two good corners of the original paper left with snowflakes, so cut those down to a 5 3/4" x 4" front and back cover. For the inside pages of the book I used some matte silver card stock which I cut down to 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" wide. I didn't add embellishments to the pages as I didn't want to limit what the recipient could do with the book. On the outside I added the Let It Snow sticker and a Jolee's snowflake with some bling. I punched two holes in the left side of the book and used snowflake brads for the holes. I then added a couple of rings through the brads and covered them with ribbon in blue and silver. To make the book a little more sturdy, I used my EKSuccess corner punch to punch some corner reinforcements from the silver snowflake paper used on the back of the board. I then used them on all of the corners, front and back, inside and outside. Once pictures are added to the book I'm sure it will stand up nicely.
Finally, the finished product with the plain stamped card stock in the middle of the clipboard under the framed sentiment. All in all, I'm satisfied with the finished product and will probably pick up a few more of these dollar gems to do up some more Christmas gifts.
Until next time, Imagine, Create, Enjoy!