Monday, April 13, 2015

Pocket flip page tutorial for the 5X5 Home Sweet Home mini album

Hi everyone :-)
Here is the 5X5 Flip Pocket page tutorial for the Home Sweet Home mini album. Will show how to make the page base, decorate, make some photo mats tags  and how to attach it to the album cover using stretchy cord binding. Using the beautiful papers from Graphic 45.
Each double page is made out of one 1 1/2 x 10 sheet of paper and this album can also be used for a photo album or recipe album with pictures.
Hope you enjoy :-)

video tutorial

This album has 4 pages that are all the same and it is the left side on the pictures I show how to make and decorate.

There are flip outs on all the pages and made them to coordinate in colors.

Inside the pages you can attach as many pages you like inside on the cord.

Seen from the top with the flaps folded out.

Bounded with elastic cord and here you can see all the extra pages.

Template and measurements for the pages.
I used black Bazzil Prismatic for my pages.

Picture of the page folded with magnets on the flaps.


Measurements for the album cover.
You can use hair clips or stretchy cord for the page binding.

Here is the link to how to make covers for mini albums and journals,



Here is the link to how to make binding, spine and hinges,

And here is the video tutorial on how to make pockets for the cover inside pocket,

Here is my fussy cut video tutorial,

Here is the link to the mini album blog post,
Here is the link to the spice rack blog post,
And here is the link to how to make the Spice rack blog tutorial,
Supply list:
Home Sweet Home 6x6, 8x8 and 12x12 papers from Graphic 45. Black and cream Bazzill paper, glue,chipboard. stretchy cord,8 mm magnets,scoreboard, Multi Matte medium from Ranger, Envelope notcher from We R Memory Keepers and a good cup of coffee or tea :-)
Here is the link to fine tip glue applicator,
http://www.finetip.co.uk/

Here is the link to an Ebay seller for strong magnets,
http://www.ebay.com/sch/heli.porter/m.html?item=181100311317&var=480222050948&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For 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 this tutorial is helpful and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home 5 x 5 Mini Album

Hi everyone :-)
Here are some pictures of the Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home 5 x 5 Mini Album.
This album can be used for a photo album or recipe album with pictures.There are 4 pages and also some more added in between the pages.

Video

Have made a video tutorial on how to make the pages and decorate them
 and will post te link here as soon it is uploaded :-)

Front of the album is quite clean and simple. Just have a focal point Using Tim Holtz 
Ornate Plate with TH sticker alphabet spelling My recipes.
Chain is for easy to pull the album out of the box and also for some more decor :-)

Inside the front cover and 1. front page.
Tryed to coordinate all the pages and here I went for red.

Tags for yournal photos or recipes.

There are same flips on all the pages for more yournaling, photos or recipes.
Used the We R Memory Keepers envelope notcher to make the slots on the sides to easy pull out the
card for recipes.

The pages are bounded to the inside spine with stretch cord and here there
 easy can be taken in more pages.

1. page back and 2. page front. Green theme :-)

Did some fun fussy cutting and there are so many fun images to cut out from this 
gorgeous paper line  to use for decor :-)

Inside the flaps.

In between the 2. page.

Green and blue 2. page back and 3. page front.

Used the 6x6 paper pad for all the matting

Inside the flaps. Glued the sign only on top so a note can slide under and be hold in place.

Inside the 3. middle page.

Red and blue 3. page back and 4. page front.

Some of the fussy cut outs are backed with black cardstock to make a
 more depth and make them study.

Inside the red flaps.

4. page middle. Lots of room for pictures and journaling here.

Yellow and blue 4. backside page and backside cover.

All the large cream tags are the same through the album.

The last flap and on the cower I attach a clip to hold some notes.

Here you can see the album folded out with the flaps open.

Seen from the top with cord stretchy binding.

Here you can see all the extra cream pages attach in between all the black base pages.

Seen from the front.

 Had so fun making this project and hope it is a bit inspiring :-)



And here is the link to how to make the Spice rack blog tutorial,
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/04/graphic-45-home-sweet-home-spice-rack.html


Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For 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,

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

Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home Spice Shelf with a recipe Mini Album inside

Hi everyone :-)
Have made a Spice Rack with a recipe 5x5 Mini Album inside using the gorgeous Home Sweet Home Paper collection from Graphic 45. This was so fun to make and there will be a tutorial for the pages inside the album and a blog tutorial for the base of the spice rack. It can be used as a space rack or as a configuration box.The base is made out of the 8x8 matchbook box also from G45.


Video

Hanging on the wall with kitchen tools.


Video of the spice rack and mini album

Here you can see it just plain without any decor.

The space rack measure 13 inh hay and 15 1/2 inch wide.

Here the album is taken out.
Have 5 magnets on the back of the album so it will stay in place inside.

Lot of room for recipes and photos in the album.


I filmed the 4. page when I made it so there will be a tutorial for the page base,
 making tags and how to decorate it


Love the colors in this paper line :-)



The album fits perfect inside the space in the middle of the box.


Also made a drawer that can be used for spices.

So fun making tiny decor with the papers :-)

Most of the bottles are from Tim Holtz and I glued labels cut out from the papers and backed them with black cardstok. Used glossy accent and it holds really good on glass.



The iron I found on Ebay and it is a pencil sharpener Painted it black and went over with brown  Inka Gold.

Also found the pencil sharpener coffee grinder on Ebay and most of the wooden miniatures are from Panduro Hobby.

Made this for a good friend that has a cabin. She likes clean and simple so I made all the decor loose so they can be taken out if she like to :-)




Decorated some spice boxes I found in my food store.


Plain with the album.


Made some paper inserts for the shelves so they can be taken out with the decor attach on.


So fun making this tiny miniatures and decor :-)

Also layered the vegetables to make them pop up in 3D.

Used Fiskars edge punch for the box decor.

Also made some tiny books with pages inside for some notes :-)
They are from 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inch hay and closes with a belly band that can be taken off.

Have 2 hooks on the backside for hanging but just took some twine to hang it up with for the pictures so I only could use one nail lol

And one more close up picture :-)

Hope you enjoyed this looong blog post :-)

Here is the link to the mini album blog post,
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/04/graphic-45-home-sweet-home-5-x-5-mini.html#comment-form
And here is the link to how to make the Spice rack blog tutorial,
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/04/graphic-45-home-sweet-home-spice-rack.html
Here is the link to the mini album page video tutorial
http://www.annespapercreations.com/2015/04/pocket-flip-page-tutorial-for-5x5-home.html

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For 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 this is inspiring and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne