Hi Everyone :-)
Have made a Folio to hold my mum and mine photos of trips we had some years ago.
Used Come Away With Be papers from Graphic 45 and this folio holds almost 300 photos and it measure 12 x 9 x 4.
Had so fun making it and it is a great way to store a lot of photos together.
Have also made a smaller one with a tutorial for the base and will post the link here as soon it is uploaded
Here is the link to A Ladies Diary purse with tutorial on how to make the expendable pockets in the end of the video,
Top flap folds down for photos and journaling.
The album is fastened with magnets and can be taken out so it is more easy to look at the pages.
Front of the 12 x 9 album.
The next pictures show some of the fold outs and I be happy if you can use some ideas :-)
Lots of flips and flops in this album lol.
So fun making all this different pages :-)
Used a lot of different dies from Spellbinders, Marianne design, Tim Holtz and Memory Box
On the right there is a sort of a hidden page.
The top of the page flips down to open the page.
Inside the " hidden" page.
It can also be closed the other way.
Behind the "hidden" page is also a page :-)
Love taking pictures of old doors and other old things :-)
On the left side there is a fold out photo mat page with place for a lot of photos
Last page and back cover.
The flip out page on the right side is inspired by Linda ( livartnow) wonderful envelope albums and here is the link to her YT channel,
The album is fastened with magnets and can be taken out.
Under the pocket page on the left there is 4 more pages.
Front of the expendable pocket holder.
Lot of room for memories like maps and travel books.
Here you can see the expendable pockets from the side.
4 more pages under the pockets.
And here is a link to an Ebay seller for strong and affortable 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 :-)