Tuesday, July 17, 2012


Graphic 45 Shadowbox and Kraft Album With Kraft Reflections collection - bookmark  card tutorial



Video
Hello everyone :-)
This 5 x 5 Kraftboard Shadowbox was so fun fast and easy to make.Made it for my brother and tried to make it a bit masculine. I used the Kraft Reflections collection staples flowers and Antique Typewriter Wood Stamp Set. All from Graphic 45.Black distress stain, black soot and walnut stain distress ink from Tim Holtz.
Magnets from Basic grey
Corner bookmark card tutorial how to make it starts at 10.45 in the video.

Here is the link to Linda at livartnow mini album where she uses magnets in many different ways,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9dHIXva-Ns&feature=channel&list=UL

And here is the Link to Fiona at jennings644 channel where you can find a lot of great and useful tip,
http://www.youtube.com/user/Jennings644



Front cover

Open

Inside

Mini album

Also made 3 extra tags for more photos

Other side of the album

Made a frame of 2 square punches and put on some "old" telepone
Button brads from Graphic 45 for the feet  


Here with a picture of my brother crying behind the fence. So sweet :-)


Bookmark with a card inside 
Tutorial for this in the end of the video


Here you see the bookmark in a book



Thanks for stopping by and i wish you all a great day  :-)

8 comments:

  1. These are great and the paper you chose is good for masculine but they also look vintage and beautiful. I love the bookmarks, what a great idea. Thanks!

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  2. oooh fab project i love the bookmarks too. Hugs Sara

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  3. Beautiful Anne, this is realy gorgeous.
    Hugs Astrid

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  4. Annes, I love to see your lovely creations. You always surprise me and you are an inspiration for me. Thanks a lot for sharing your beautifuls works!!. :)

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  5. Thanks for sharing your work. Yours are my favourite mini album videos and tutorials!

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  6. Great idea to give as a card and a gift to a man! Thanks for sharing your tutorial.

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  7. Hi Anne, Hope you are well? I have made a corner bookmark inspired by this tutorial, I would like to add a link in my blog post to your blog so people know that my inspiration came from your remarkable tutorial. I would like to ask your permission if that would be ok.
    Thank you, I look forward to your reply.
    Hugs Rachael :) x

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    1. Sorry I have not had the chance to respond until now. So glad it was inspiring and yes of course you can link :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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