Tuesday, December 2, 2014

How to make a 6x4 flip mini album from start to finish part 2

Hi everyone :-)
Here is part 2 video tutorial  on how to make a 6 x 4 flip mini album from start to finish using the wonderful Raining Cats and dogs collection from Graphic 45
In this video I will show how to make the 1. page ,make a tag pocket and start decorating it.

Video tutorial

1. Page with a tag pocket.

Here is a picture of the 1.page inside the flap

There is also a flap that fold up inside the flap.

Measurements for the coin pocket.
Cut of all x and glue the hinges inside the pocket.

Here is a picture on how it looks around me when I am making tutorials....
Coffee, a lot of mess and I am still on my 1.page lol. Have a new placement for my camera on the top.

Supply list
Raining Cats and dogs 12 x 12 - 8 x 8 and 6 x 6. If you are making the dog house also I used some more papers from the 12 x 12 but you will have enough if you choose some other papers that will be left from the mini album.Banner and tags and pocket cut outs  all from Graphic 45 About 10 -12x12 black cardstock. I am using Bazzill Prismatics. Black electric cord tape,magnets,Tyvek envelope,glue,score board,black paint and 2mm thick chipboard
If you are making the dog house I also used 
4 metal feet from Tim Holtz. Ornate metal label holder and chipboard cut outs from G45

Here is the link to my fussy cutting tutorial,

Here is the link to an Ebay seller for 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 :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. Oh, what a great work, Anna, thanks a lot for sharing!!!!!

  2. Anna, this will be the fourth mini album of yours that I will be working on. I love your attention to detail and appreciate all of your tutorials.

  3. I love this photo of your work space. You say it's messy but I can see that you are organized. What are the white folded papers attached to the ceiling/wall/eaves to the right?


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