Sunday, April 12, 2015

Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home 5 x 5 Mini Album

Hi everyone :-)
Here are some pictures of the Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home 5 x 5 Mini Album.
This album can be used for a photo album or recipe album with pictures.There are 4 pages and also some more added in between the pages.


Have made a video tutorial on how to make the pages and decorate them
 and will post te link here as soon it is uploaded :-)

Front of the album is quite clean and simple. Just have a focal point Using Tim Holtz 
Ornate Plate with TH sticker alphabet spelling My recipes.
Chain is for easy to pull the album out of the box and also for some more decor :-)

Inside the front cover and 1. front page.
Tryed to coordinate all the pages and here I went for red.

Tags for yournal photos or recipes.

There are same flips on all the pages for more yournaling, photos or recipes.
Used the We R Memory Keepers envelope notcher to make the slots on the sides to easy pull out the
card for recipes.

The pages are bounded to the inside spine with stretch cord and here there
 easy can be taken in more pages.

1. page back and 2. page front. Green theme :-)

Did some fun fussy cutting and there are so many fun images to cut out from this 
gorgeous paper line  to use for decor :-)

Inside the flaps.

In between the 2. page.

Green and blue 2. page back and 3. page front.

Used the 6x6 paper pad for all the matting

Inside the flaps. Glued the sign only on top so a note can slide under and be hold in place.

Inside the 3. middle page.

Red and blue 3. page back and 4. page front.

Some of the fussy cut outs are backed with black cardstock to make a
 more depth and make them study.

Inside the red flaps.

4. page middle. Lots of room for pictures and journaling here.

Yellow and blue 4. backside page and backside cover.

All the large cream tags are the same through the album.

The last flap and on the cower I attach a clip to hold some notes.

Here you can see the album folded out with the flaps open.

Seen from the top with cord stretchy binding.

Here you can see all the extra cream pages attach in between all the black base pages.

Seen from the front.

 Had so fun making this project and hope it is a bit inspiring :-)

And here is the link to how to make the Spice rack blog tutorial,

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,

Thank you for your always sweet comments and for stopping by!
Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne


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  2. Anne, you are so innovative. I love all your projects.

  3. This is so beautifully thought out and the colours and pages are each an artwork in themselves, let alone the whole creation that holds this beautiful book. Well done on a fabulous projcet.

  4. Очень ярко, красиво!!!!!!!

  5. Hello Anne--Your creations are spectacular and inspirational. Your patience in explaining how you create these masterpieces is also inspiring.

  6. Steph has just said it really! Absolutely you live the life I strive to live myself. Beautiful, inspiring work

  7. A fabulous project! Love your work and I'm enticed by this one~ think I will make a variation of it and I'm wondering which paper pads and how many of each it took. It would help to have an idea of what I would need to start with. Thanks so very much!!!

  8. I was looking for a neat project with this new Graphic 45 line! This is fabulous! Tfs!

  9. Absolutely amazing project. Your friend will love it

  10. So pretty I love the bright colors in this collection.

  11. Just another amazing presentation!!

  12. I love it! I bought a few of these pages and now I need another stack to make another album or two. Thanks for the inspiration.

  13. Just Amazing! Love the detail!! I love watching your videos on your projects. I have so many of your projects saved to my favorites and pinterest. I was wondering what kind of magnets you use? Do you have a video on how you use them? Thank you for sharing


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