Hi everyone :-)
Here is a requested tutorial on how to use magnets in your mini albums, craft projects and storage.
Hope you get some ideas and that it is helpful :-)
Magnets are also great to hold dies.
Here I store my dies from Tim Holtz on a wall.
Storage pockets on the left for my Spellbinders dies from the Totally Tiffany.
Here is the link to the flip out pocket mini album tutorial,
Here is the linl to Linda`s great magnet tutorial,
And here is the link to Scrap Rack from the Totally Tiffany,
Here is the link to an Ebay seller for super 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,
Have fun creating :-)
I just discovered you on u-tube and I am amazed at what you can do with chipboard and paper. I am making everyone on my Christmas list this year mini albums following your videos. You have inspired me to make a mini album using by the sea and I will be making a lighthouse stand for it to go in. I also make homemade candy for people at work for Christmas and I always have problems with finding boxes to put them in. But this year I will be making bags from your tutorial. So thank you so much. I am really glad you did this video on magnets because I got some but they were too thick so am glad you show me where I can order them. Thank you so much you are wonderful.
Thank you so much for explaining in your video how to use the magnets. I have been using wet glue all over the magnets. Thank you Thank you. I love your work it is so inspiring and I have been following your blog since I discovered you. I never cease to be amazed at your creativity and your generous spirit in sharing your work with us.. Thank you and God Bless.
Thank you for sharing. I watch all your videos and am always amazed at your talent and creativity. I have started making mini albums and boxes. You also introduced me to Graphic 45 papers and love them.ReplyDelete
Please keep the tutorials coming.
Some great tips Anne, many thanks. Another one you may be interested in to save money - when you use small magnets in mini albums instead of using 2 magnets facing each other use one magnet and one washer. You save a lot by doing this, it's as strong as two magnets, both sides of the washer will work and of course you'll have more magnets for other projects. But use anti-rust or stainless steel washers do avoid damp causing rust.ReplyDelete