Video with hinge tutorial in the end
The paper i used is, communique , a proper gentleman and le romantique All from Graphic 45
The tag die is from accucutcraft.com. This tag die is very versatile and i use it in a lot of my projects :-)
Thanks for stopping by and i wish you all a great weekend :-)
As always ... Fantastic, wonderful, marvellous ...!. :)ReplyDelete
Amazing! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Whoa - this is fabulous - as always! Thanks for sharing!!!ReplyDelete
Simply amazing. I love your projects and especially the tutorials. You give us all so much detail on how to create that in is not as intimidating as it is with the first look. Again fantastic!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing so we can learn also!
Anne as always your projects just blow me away. So amazing. Lee xReplyDelete
Another amazing creation Anne! Your work is simply beautiful. hugs, KimberlyReplyDelete
AMAZING! Anne, another wonderful project you have created.ReplyDelete
This is .... peerless ! Such a sublime idea and wonderful details. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
OH MY GOSH!!ReplyDelete
Anne, this is simply STUNNING! I am going to watch the tutorial for definite as i have so many g45 papers from another project i did. I WISH i was as talented as you. I do ok but......
Brilliant! Thank you for your blogs.
Dette er virkelig kunst,du er kjempe dyktig:):)ReplyDelete
Mange flotte og kreative detaljer :):):)
There are no words to really express the absolute awe I feel about this creation! It really is beyond words! You have done a truly magnificent job!!! As I watched the video, I was in disbelief each time u turned the page to reveal another stunning page!! You are a true artist w/ such wonderful talent! Thank u so much for sharing this w/ all of us!! I look forward to more of your creations!!ReplyDelete
Another incredible project! Your tutorials are so detailed I don't have any questions after watching. You are a wonderful teacher. Your albums, once filled with the handwriting and whatever someone chooses to fill the album with become heirlooms of a "top drawer" sort. Thank you for another inspiring project and tutorial.ReplyDelete
This is amazing. I love making boxes and books and this is a beautiful piece. I will have to watch the video again and make notes for myself on how you put everything together because I sure won't get it from one viewing. Thanks so much for sharing and I became an instant follower and subscriber to your blog.ReplyDelete
Wow as I watch this all I can say is Wow. I had to show my husband.Just incredibleReplyDelete
Love this Anne! Your imagination and creativity always make your projects seem like Christmas morning, discovering what they hold!ReplyDelete
Anne, you are one amazing, creative artist. You never disappoint me. Your creations are to die for. You have got to be the queen of fussy cutting. You bring everything you do to life, your ability to take paper and a few embellishments and creative mind to accomplish such fine pieces of art are so stunning. Love, Love your projects girl, I can't wait to see what you come up with next. Thank you so much for sharing your art with us. Hugs CyndieReplyDelete
Wow! You never cease to amaze me, you are so talented. TFS.ReplyDelete
You are soooooo talented and a wonderful teacher too! I am learning so much from you! My work will be forever changed b/c of watching your videos!ReplyDelete
WOW Anne, you are one creative lady. This is amazing, love it.ReplyDelete
Wow Wow Anne, this is beautiful, thank you so much for the video.ReplyDelete
Big Hugs Astrid
Awesome project and great video. Thanks so much for sharing. (I was thinking of doing a 3D phone booth but after seeing yours what I had in mind would not be as good.) LOLReplyDelete
This is another wonderful project! You are an amazing artist! The many details you include are just perfect--they are what make an ordinary project extrodinary.
I have only just begun to view your projects. I found you quite by accident on youtube.com. I have subscribed via email to your blog and I am looking forward to seeing all of your future projects.
Thank you for sharing. You inspire me to do more with my own work. :o)
WOW!!! Every time I see something you have made I wish I was as talented as you. You are amazing and I can't tell you how much I enjoy watching your videos. If anyone just looks at your projects they have no idea how much work you put into them especially this one. I LOVE this but I LOVE all the things you have made and so look forward to whatever you do next. Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
I must say you are very talented with very good English lol . I love looking at your work. Just wish we had the dies you use in America and it would be great to sit down and learn from you. Thank you from many miles away. Sheila.email@example.comReplyDelete
Hi Anne :) I absolutely love this project...it is beautiful! I would love to make one...do you have a tutorial for making the actual telephone box?ReplyDelete
I stumbled across your tutorials on youtube and love them! Your instructions are excellent...I wish I could take classes from you! Thank you! Dawn from Canada...
Thank you so much for your sweet comment ! I am sorry but don't have a tutorial for the telephone box. Hope you figure it out how to make one. Hugs, Anne
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I LOVE IT!!!!!!!! Screaming excited caps!!! I have this paper collection and had no ideas of what to do for Father's Day. You amaze me! Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
Anne, such wonderful work, I love it. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.ReplyDelete
where you buy your accucut?ReplyDelete