Saturday, February 22, 2014

Graphic 45 Botanical Tea mini album

Hi everyone :-)
Had so much fun making this mini album with the gorgeous Botanical Tea collection from Graphic 45.
The album is made from 3 6x12 white Prismatic cardstock from Bazzil  and folded to make 2 pages at the same time. Then I attach flaps to get more place for photos. The pages can be taken out and use for photo frames. Bounded with hear clips. The album measure 6 1/4 x 4 1/4.
All the fussy cut outs are covered with Claudine Hellmuth multi matte.
Used Seam binding for the closure

Papers can soon be found at Kreativ scrapping



Video

 Cover and 1. page front
Spellbinders die on the left

Inside the 1. page with a flap that closes with a magnet.

1.page middle.
Postal frame die from Tim Holtz

The tea pot folds out and closes with a magnet.

 The page folds out and can be taken out to us as a photo frame

Without the tags there is a lot of room for photos.
Here you also can see the hair clip binding.

 1. page backside and 2. page front.
Fussy cut out the flowers and gled them on the back paper from the 12 x 12 paper pad.

Flaps closes with magnets and under there is place for photos.

Flap open under the photo mat and here is more room for photos and journaling.

Same on the 2. page.

Inside the 2. page.

Without the tags there is place for large photos.

Flaps open from the middle and this is also a photo display that can be taken out.

Without the tags.
Bird cage die from Cottage cuts.

2. Back side and 3. front

Side flaps with pockets. Journaling tags can be fastened on each side.

Also the top strip can be folded out and it holds 2 photo mats.

Inside the flap on 2. back page

Inside the flap on 3. front page

The flower with magnet can be placed on both sides.
Magnets on all flaps.

One flap folded in and can hold a tag or photo.

Inside 3. page

Without the tags.

Flaps folded out

Butterflies are fastened with magnets.

Flaps open from the middle and this is also a photo display that can be taken out.

3. page back side and an other spellbinders photo frame

Without the tags.

Inside the flap.


Here is the link to an Ebay seller for strong and cheap magnets,
http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_odkw=&item=251292437152&_osacat=0&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWNX%3AIT&_ssn=ent-mart_com&_trksid=m570.l3201&_nkw=100pcs+mm+x+1mm+Disc+Rare+Earth&_sacat=0
Here is the link to Graphic 45 blog,
http://g45papers.typepad.com/
And here is the link to G45 Pinterest page for inspiration,
http://www.pinterest.com/graphic45/
Here is the link to G45 Ning site,
http://graphic45.ning.com/photo
And here is the link to WOC,
http://wildorchidcrafts.com/


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,

Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

18 comments:

  1. Oh wow Anne, this is just simply stunning and beautiful! Incredible work and thanks for that link to the strong magnet seller - I need some of those for another project!

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  2. Stunning tea mini my friend..awesome details.love it :)

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  3. Beautiful Anne~ A video showing your construction would be wonderful!

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  4. Everything you touch turns to crafting GOLD :D -- love this Anne!

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  5. Can you please post a video on how you did the binding? I would. Really like to make this album. I think you are genius to come up with a binding that way with hair clips.
    Thank you, laurie

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  6. Since I have bn crafting, the one thing I would love to achieve is a proper mini album. Yours is incredible & totally beyond my capability. Kudos to you, so clever!! :))

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  7. so amazing! Who would have thought to use hair clips as binding.... so many fabulous elements. thanks for sharing

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  8. Just popped by to say how much I loved your latest project and am always amazed by your extraordinary talent - second to none! I too would love the chance to see how you made the binding and as for using hair pins - inspirational! You Rock!! Good night.
    Margaret

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  9. Hi Anne, WOW what a great album, can you please do a tutorial abouth it??????? thank you and greetings from canada.

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  10. you are such an inspiration! I've never seen anything like what you do with paper! Thank you. This is a must to learn! I love your work, keep it coming! We need this in Oklahoma!

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  11. As always this is gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! So inspirational, would love to have a tutorial if you can find the time!! It is so beUtiful, like everything you do.
    Hugs Annie

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  12. stunning jaw droppingly gorgeous
    hugs

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  13. Wow, this is so beautiful, I love the binding with the hair clips, such a clever idea, hugs Sara xxx

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  14. Thank you for putting the link to the magnets, I`ve just ordered some on e-bay I can`t believe how cheap they are for so many, thanks again, hugs Sara xxx

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  15. This is a beautiful album and uses the Graphic 45 paper very well matched. The ideas for holding and pockets are so imaginative. Your albums are fantastic and this one is lovely. And once again you are so generous with your ideas and knowledge, thank you

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  16. So, so beautiful Anne! Botanical Tea finally arrived here in Winnipeg; I can't wait to start using it! Wonderful project - thank you for sharing your talent.

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  17. What a pretty mini, I will have to give it a try. Thank you for the inspiration.

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