Monday, May 7, 2012

Video tutorial

 How to build a photo mini album with G45 Olde Curiosity Shoppe paper collection

Part 17
Welcome to part 17 .In this video we are going to put on the covers on,bind the album together and put papers on the 1. inside cover page.  Also make some  tags and pocket. Have used both the hanging sign and sewing room die from Tim  Hiltz to create the hayer hanging sign.

Part 18
 .In this video we are going to put papers on the back inside cover site and make a curtain as tag holder, a booklets and tags. For the closure to the album i have used to metal tags and a brad from G45

Part 19
Welcome to part 19 on this last video tutorial in this serial we are going to decorate the front cover and take on the spine on the album.

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Wish you all a great day.
Have fun creating :-)


  1. I have watched everyone Anne over on youtube and every page was stunning, you have a great eye for detail and matching colours, and all that fussy cutting I couldnt have done, as I said on youtube I am gonna miss not coming over everyday, so you are gonna have to start another one, hehe.
    Chris x

    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comments Cris. I really appreciate it :-)

  2. dear anne,
    thank you so much for this great turotial!!!!!
    many greetings

  3. Your projects are always stunning, and your eye for detail is unbelievable.

  4. Hi Anne,

    I loved every single video of the NOT SO MINI photo album and I already watched them a few times, I just can't get enough of it.
    It's just so amazing and you sure do a great job on the fussy cutting. May I ask what type of scissors you use for the fussy cutting? And I'm wandering if you are going to make a box for this album. If so, I'm looking forward to seeing your video on that.
    Thank you for the wonderfull inspiration.

    Kind regards,

    1. Thank you so much for your lovely and kind comment :-) There is a box for this album and i will make a video of it soon. I use small sharp scissors for the fussy cut. Have fun creating :-)


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