As part of the Cub Scout scrapbook for my son I wanted to include some of his uniform patches. Yesterday I showed you how I adhered them to cardstock. Today I've got another tip for you.
I bought an extra set of his pack numbers to use in the scrapbook. I'd debated on where to put them - inside on the page with his earned ranks, on the front cover or on the spine. In the end I decided to give them there own separate page, but with a twist. A clear page!
First I cut a transparency to fit a 6"x6" page protector. Then I applied the Best Glue Ever to my pieces and let them dry until tacky. Since these are a bit heavy, I added a bit more glue than I usually would.
And here you can see nice and clear the glue dries!
And here's the page in the album. You'll notice from yesterday's post that I decided to crop the cardstock page with his Cub Scout ranks to a 6 x12" page, which fits nicely on the left side of the page protector. The right-hand side of the protector has an assortment of shoulder patches. I will be sewing these into the pockets, in case they need to be used on a future Boy Scout uniform.