Want to take a look at the pages? Here you go with the part one of the travel album documenting our time in and around La Paz!
You can see here, most of the pages consist of folded patterned paper with the "closed" side down. This is great for sewing on pages (which I did after the workshop) and have the ugly side of the thread not showing on the back. Also, when you want to add hidden journaling or have extra photos, you can use this to your advantage: Just glue the left side shut with a narrow strip of scor-tape and you have lots of pockets you can fill throughout your album.
I tell you, the paper strips you usually cut away from the 12x12" paper sheets are sooo good in this kit! Don't throw them away - they look awesome when you need just a little something to accent photos or add a title.
The watercolor die-cuts contained in the kit are fun, too. They are thicker than your usual watercolor paper, almost chipboard-like, and the best: even with lots of water, they don't bend!