I have added some instructions and with photos here to a cute little spinner album I made and taught a class for a while ago using double sided paper from Basic Gray. Basically I told my students to look for natural embellishments that may be in their paper before they committed and cut the paper for use as background in their pages of the spinner album. Some papers had some nice scallopped borders that students could cut out, some had beautiful flowers or other natural lines that could be used in borders. You will find suggestions I gave them for cutting their papers and some photos of the finished album in the link below, as well I provide some photos of the finished album below the link. The whole album was made with less than 10 double-sided pages and some ribbon, flowers, a few tags, inks, embossing powder, and buttons.
A clever way to pre-plan cutting papers ….