A Watercolour Binder Cover can be a beautiful and effective addition to your existing scrapbooking albums. I have found that having a Watercolour Binder Cover on hand is incredibly helpful for keeping my projects organized and ready to go so that I can take advantage of the many creative uses for the pages that do not receive this protective treatment. In fact, when I use these templates for just the covers of my scrapbooking albums, I am able to get more accomplished in a shorter amount of time because I know exactly what I am looking for and I can use it immediately. If you are ready to create your own unique Watercolour Binder Cover with templates then these three tips will help you out.
The first thing that you need to know is which Watercolour Binder Cover template will best suit your particular needs. The great thing about Watercolour Binder Cover templates is that they can be used for a wide variety of different projects. You may want to use one template for the front cover of your album or one for the inside page or even both if you have a lengthy page to work on. This is particularly true if you want to create a bound album type of project. Another great thing about Watercolour Binder Cover templates is that you can use them over again without any issues or hassles.
The second tip that will really help you out when it comes to your Watercolour Binder Cover ideas is to think about what theme you are trying to accomplish with your album. Do you want a photo book cover like I did, or are you trying to create a sort of a story book like effect? If you are trying to create a photo book cover like I did, the templates that I used allowed me to simply use a regular stock picture and then use the watercolour effects to make my pages look like a photograph. If you are trying to achieve a similar effect but you don’t have a stock photo to work from, then you need to think a bit more out about how you are going to do your pages and how you are going to create the colour scheme. For instance, I used the colours of aqua, purple and green when I was working on my story book covers.