Hi everyone :-)
Have made a photo mat wallet album and box for my mom`s birthday.There will be a 4 part video tutorial from start to finish for it all. In the 1. part we make the inside pockets, 2. part the cover, 3.part some fussy cut decorations and in the 4. I will show how to make the library box .Used the wonderful By The Sea collection from Graphic 45. This photo album can hold up to 60 4 x 6 photos.
Made it the same style as the Graphic45 Sweet Sentiments wallet book and ATC cards.
Here is the cover for the album. Lot of fun fussy cutting :-)
There is place for 60 photos in this album and I hope my mother will fill it up with pictures from 50 years on her cabin by the sea :_)
All folded out. On the right side there is flip photo mats.
The photo mats are 6 1/4 x 4 1/4
Close up picture of some of the fun fussy cutting.
Backside all folded out. Border punch from EK success.
Book in the box.
Seen from the other side.
Backside with bath rules :-)
Wallet book and library box
By The Sea 12 x 12 and 8 x 8 collection from Graphic 45, Bazzill prismatics for the base, punches,chipboard,glue,magnets and a lot of fun creating :-)
Here is the link to the Sweet Sentiments wallet book and ATC cards,
Papers and dies can be found at Kreativ Scrapping
Link to strong and affordable magnets,
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 :-)
Beautiful and so very creative! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What fun! Your Mom is sure to love it!!ReplyDelete
Wow..I would love to make one of these...will there be a tutorial?ReplyDelete
Just beautiful ,lovely to put all your family photo's in ,Heritage is very important .ReplyDelete
Elaine H X
Another fabulous project.ReplyDelete
wow so verry nice project,ThanksReplyDelete
This is truly grandReplyDelete
Love this project ... going to make it a "grandma" brag book. Thanks for sharing the tutorial!ReplyDelete