Sunday, August 30, 2015

Place Cards Tutorial featuring Graphic 45 Rare Oddities and Spellbinders dies

Hi everyone :-)
Here is the tutorial on how to make the table place cards I made for the configuration box.
This place cards can also be used for other Occasion like wedding, baptism, Christmas and new year.
I am using Rare Oddities paper collection from Graphic 45 and Spellbinders label seventeen.

Video tutorial


 Here is the place card I show how to make in the tutorial.
Also used movers and shapers branch die from Tim Holtz and spider web die from Memory box.
The spider web die is retired but there are many other similar dies on the marked :-)

The base is 2 die cuts labels seventeen from Spellbinders but if you don`t have this die you can make your own shape and I will link to my tutorial under the video on how to make the shape you like:-)

Ready for party :-)

Picture of all the projects together.

All stored inside except for the bottle
Picture taken at night.

                 Here is the link to how to make your own tag shapes and frames,
                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg2R9UpOmqk

                                   Here is the link to my fussy cut video tutorial,
                                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z61GwMnv8M

Here is the link to the configuration box post where you can find the link to how to make the base for the box,

Here is the link to the post where I show the mini album, menu card and place cards to go in the configuration  box,

Also have a tutorial on how to make the the tiny books and will post the link here as soon it is posted,

Supply list:
Rare Oddities collection from Graphic 45, Spellbinders label seventeen, memory box spider web, Tim Holtz branch die,Ranger multi medium matte. cardstock, Pan pastel and Distress ink.

Here is the link to Simonsaysstamp for fine tip bottles,
http://www.simonsaysstamp.com/
And here is the link to www.tupelodesignsllc
http://www.tupelodesignsllc.com/

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkAFor other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Hope it is inspiring and helpful.
Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Graphic 45 Rare Oddities mini album,place cards,menu card and altered bottle - Tutorial

Graphic 45 Rare Oddities whats in the drawers and the coffin mini album in the secret room in the Configuration Box. Place cards,menu card in the drawers.There will be a short tutorial in the end of the video on how to make and construct the coffin mini album. Also altered a bottle to go with it all.

Here is the coffin mini album folded out to a vase.

Video. Short tutorial on the coffin mini album start at 12.10 minutes in the video


The secret room in under the box for the coffin mini album and I used the new claw feet from G45 

The coffin mini album has 6 pages and measure 8 1/4 x 3 3/4 and it stays in the secret stand room :-)

Cover

The red and gold page.
 Branch and cat die from Tim Holtz, Spider web from Diamond dies, Spider die from Memory box  and lamp post from Magnolia.
Used different distress inks from TH, pan pastel light gold and inka gold through the album.

The green and gold page.
Spider web die from Memory box, spider and star die from Designer dies,tombstone die from Spellbinders, cross and moon die from TH tree die from Sheena Douglas

Purple and god pages.
Branch and cross die from TH.

The album can fold our all the way.

The tags and photo frames taken out.Used gold embossing powder for the stamped image tag.

Backside and the album can also be opened from this side.
Used different stamps from the collection through the album.

Red and gold pages with tags.
The house can fold open and fastened with a magnet,
House die from TH, bat die from LaLa Land and nest die from Memory Box.

Gold and black pages.
Used the birdcage stamp set, frame hand and gold embossed it on black cardstock. 
The hand is hinged on the side and closes with a magnet. Also made a coffin photomat tag.
Tombstone die from Spellbinders.

All folded out

 With the tags and photo mats taken out. Tombstone die under the house is from Spellbiders with a cross die from TH.

Also made a tombstone menu card to go inside one of the drawers.
Her again I used the branch die from TH and some of the matting is chalk vinyl and I wrote the menu with some chalk markers I had for long time when I was sewing.

The other side.Tag punch from Marvy Uchida.

Had to and make some place cards to go with the menu card.
There will be a separate video tutorial on how to make these.They are fun and easy to make
The base is 2 die cuts labels seventeen from Spellbinders but if you don`t have this die you can make your own shape and I will link to my tutorial under the upcoming video on how to make the shape you like :-)

An of course I had to decorate a bottle also lol so the table can be fun to look at :-)
The belt around the bottle is fastened with velcro so it can be taken of and used on an other bottle.

Bottle with the album shaped as a vase that can go around a flower pot.
Fun to add pictures of parties in the album and display it :-)

Had so fun making this entire project and it is not finish yet lol
Also will make a mini album inside that I will post later.
Wol also be fun to make some napkin holders for it may be out of toilet paper rolls? :-)


 Free template for the coffin mini album. Showing in the video on how to construct it.

Here you can see how I glued the hinges together.

You can also glue the pages together like a regular album and I show how to in the video.

In the night...

 Some pictures taken in the night with black background and lighted up.







Spooooky right???? :-)

Here is the link to the configuration box post where you can find the link to how to make the base for the box,


Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkAFor other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Thanks for stopping by and for your always sweet comments!
Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

Friday, August 28, 2015

Graphic 45 Rare Oddities Halloween Configuration Box

Hi everyone :-)
Have made a new configuration box With the the gorgeous and fun Rare Oddities collection from Graphic 45. There is a tutorial on how to make the base for it here on my blog and you can find the link below.

 Video


Seen on black background

Seen from the side.

 So fun putting this all together and adding all this bits and pieces :-)

Made a lot of tiny books most of them with the Articles of antiquity page.
There will be a video tutorial on how to make them and will post the link bellow as soon it is uploaded.

Close up picture of the top lid.

The left side with bottles, tiny bokks, book ends, bead vase  and a skeleton  with movable arms to lift his hat :-)

The right side  with a time glass that I layered 3 times to get a 3D effect.
Rub ons in the books are from Tim Holtz

Some of the books and bottles.
Had so much fun making these :-)

The bookends are fastened on top with magnets.
Rub ons from Tim Holtz.

Seen from the front with a vase made out of beads from Butterbeescraps.
The skeleton head is in a bowl with acetate lid.Real shell that I painted black and rub on inka gold.

Love this door knockers from G45
All metal on this box is painted black and I used inka gold on the top to get an old finish
 In the eyes of all birds, spiders and skeleton I used glossy accent with a tiny drop of pearl pen on top.

All the fussy cut outs are layered with black cardstock using Ranger multi medium matte to stiffen them up.

So much fun to fussy cut out in this paper line :-)

The spider webs in the background of this box are from Memory box, Diamond dies and Designer dies.The candlestick inside is made out of beads from butterbeescraps
Cat in the background is from Spellbinders. On all the die cut outs I used either glossy accent or clackle accent from Ranger with inka gold and distress ink .

More books, real shell and bottles from TH and Etsy.

Here you can see the electric light in the background

Fussy cut out this swirl 2 times and layered with 3D foam.

Spider dies I used in the box is from Designer dies and Memory box.

Ornate metal label holder from G45 and the book inside has a hanging key also from GC45 fastened on a hook from 7 Gypsies.

Ghost die from Impression Obsession.

Made a tiny little box with lid to go inside :-)

 Books, dome and a shell inside this shelf.

Here you can see how it looks with the lighting at night.

 Made a lamp inside from beads and there is a cameo lady skeleton hanging on the wall.
These guys have to have a lady around right? :-)

There is also a working thermometer hanging on the wall so they can see how heat it is when the oven burns. The oven is from Global Hobby here in Norway.

More books,spiders, skeleton and spiders.

headstone from Spellbinders.

Key and key hole from G45.

 Made a scene on the backside with a card for the receiver :-)
Chipboard cut out from the paper line.
House die from Sizzix, tree die from Quickutz crass die from Magnolia, grass punch from Martha Stewart and moon die from TH

Close up picture

From the side you can see the electric lights an there is acetate behind the shelves so it show up in the front.Hanging skeleton charm from Panduro and a clock hanging on the side.

Picture of the house card.

Seen from the other side with some hanging bottles on a chain.

Picture taken on night with a black background. Here the lightning shows very good up :-)


Here is the link to the configuration box tutorial,

Here is the link to whats in the drawers and the secret room with the coffin mini album,
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/08/graphic-45-rare-oddities-mini.html

Here is the link to the place cards tutorial,
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/08/place-cards-tutorial-featuring-graphic.html?spref=fb

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkAFor other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Thanks for stopping by and for your always sweet comments!
Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne