I have to give credit to Scrappin' Madge and her YouTube tutorial (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhkrIKNuun4) as to how I made this accordion album! I must say I had to pause this video several times to stop & make my album, but it came out ok! I know mine isn't just like hers, but it's pretty close. The above pic is what the album looks like sitting on my desk. I used American Crafts Pink and Yellow 12 x 12 Cardstock cut to 4 x 4 strips to make the album and used the last of my Scrapbook Adhesives Mounting Squares to keep the album together.
http://heartstringdesigns.blogspot.com/) as are the glitter clothespin, the flair button, the arrows, and blue frame sticker (the arrows and frame sticker are MontePaperMill Accent Sickers). If you watched the video, you see where I changed up mine a little. I somehow placed my album together backwards so my album opens differently than Madge's. I decided to just use the blue frame and I put the arrows at the bottom and used the arrows flair to finish the arrows and point the way to keep going in the album. I decided to attach the clothespin at the top and not use twine at the top of my album. I'll show a pic later of a ribbon that I tied in a bow to keep the album closed.
I added the number 8 to my album since I had 2 extra squares. I've had these labels saved on my computer and never used them. I found them on Pinterest on Everything Etsy (http://www.everythingetsy.com/) under free printables. It's from 75 Free Printables by World Label. You can edit the label sheet however you like in the little boxes before downloading it to your computer. I put my name and if I will write in the year when I finish the album.