Hi everyone :-)
Made this 6 x 4 Typography folio out of cardstock and washi tape from G45. So fun making this and it has so many opportunities for various uses. This one is a journal / photo album that can be taken in a purse or handbag.
Place for the folio on the desktop writing place.
Used metal key and keyhole from G45 and the Typewriter die is from Tim Holtz. Used elastic for the closure.
Here is how it looks when the first flaps open up.
Plase for notes and memorabilias on the left side and credit or other cards on the middle top flap.
THe Typewriter is 3D layered.
The left flap folds out one more time and here is a pocket. Photo mats ( can also be used for notes) right besides holds together with a belly band made out of washi tape with a magnet closure.
Also a flip out on the bottom.
Under the middle flaps there is a magnet board and a envelope pocket for notes.
The photo mats can be taken out.
The note book can flip down and under there is some elastic to hold notes and a clip board.
The clip board can fold up and under is a pocket for more notes.
Backside of the folio. antique Metal plate from Tim Holtz and label die from Spellbinders behind.
Folio folded out on the Desktop writing place.
Here is the link to Graphic 45 blog,
Here is the link to G45 Ning site,
And here is the link to G45 Pinterest page for inspiration,
Papers can be found at Kreativ Scrapping
link to Strong 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 :-)
Wow!! This is so fabulous Anne. I love all the wonderful details. I love TH and this is a work of art.ReplyDelete
I love your creativity...do you have a written tutorial for this project?ReplyDelete
Anne, You are so creative and clever! I love all your work and I like that you make mistakes too! I seem to make lots of mistakes.Keep creating but enjoy your summer off.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful piece of art and so functional. I love this as well.ReplyDelete
This is wonderful! I hope you post a tutorial series when you make your next folio. I'm trying to use your ideas and combine with ideas from your By the Sea folio that you made for your mother.ReplyDelete
Are you going to publish a tutorial - would love to make this for my teacher daughter to keep all her notes and plans in. Just love your work - and you are so lovely to share it with us.ReplyDelete
C'est carrément génial, j'adore. J'espère qu'il y aura un tuto ! BravoooReplyDelete