Hi! I'm new here to Scrapbooking.com....I've only just discovered your FANTASTIC site....I've played with scrapbooking on my own for years, but just recently was OFFICIALLY INSPIRED by a small chipboard monogram letter "stack" album/book that I saw being sold in a tea-shop for $MUCHO BUCKS$. The letters were shaped in overlapping graduated page-widths, sized so that the letters spelled out a word or name with the overlapping letters. It was bound very simply, using binder rings that hinge to open. I am wondering if there are any instructions out there for making such a wonderful thing as this? Or anyone who can give me some advice and pitfalls to avoid. I would love to make a special Valentines Day Keepsake for some girlfriends I am having a luncheon for. Thanks for your help!
When you click on those links, underneath it will show you examples from the gallery of people who've made them. Maybe you could contact them directly with any questions? From what I've seen, most people cover each letter with a different patterened paper.
I found it easiest to put adhesive on the letter, lay it down on the paper you want to use, then use a craft knife and glass mat to trim around the letter. Hope that helps some! They are a lot of fun to make!