Hi everyone :-)
Here is the 5X5 Flip Pocket page tutorial for the Home Sweet Home mini album. Will show how to make the page base, decorate, make some photo mats tags and how to attach it to the album cover using stretchy cord binding. Using the beautiful papers from Graphic 45.
Each double page is made out of one 1 1/2 x 10 sheet of paper and this album can also be used for a photo album or recipe album with pictures.
Hope you enjoy :-)
This album has 4 pages that are all the same and it is the left side on the pictures I show how to make and decorate.
There are flip outs on all the pages and made them to coordinate in colors.
Inside the pages you can attach as many pages you like inside on the cord.
Seen from the top with the flaps folded out.
Bounded with elastic cord and here you can see all the extra pages.
Template and measurements for the pages.
I used black Bazzil Prismatic for my pages.
Picture of the page folded with magnets on the flaps.
Here is the link to how to make covers for mini albums and journals,
Here is the link to how to make binding, spine and hinges,
And here is the video tutorial on how to make pockets for the cover inside pocket,
Here is my fussy cut video tutorial,
Here is the link to the mini album blog post,
Here is the link to the spice rack blog post,
And here is the link to how to make the Spice rack blog tutorial,
Home Sweet Home 6x6, 8x8 and 12x12 papers from Graphic 45. Black and cream Bazzill paper, glue,chipboard. stretchy cord,8 mm magnets,scoreboard, Multi Matte medium from Ranger, Envelope notcher from We R Memory Keepers and a good cup of coffee or tea :-)
Here is the link to fine tip glue applicator,
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,
Hope this tutorial is helpful and have fun creating :-)
Hei, jeg har abonnert på videoene dine en stund. Dine steg for steg forklaringer er kjempegode. Jeg har sett mange amerikanske videoer, men de er ofte mer opptatt av å hvise hvordan de pynter, her får jeg se hvordan jeg skal sette den sammen før jeg pynter. Nå har jeg også funnet bloggen din, og ser at her kommer jeg til å bli en ivrig titter.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for your teaching. I really admire all of your work and I've learned a lot with your. Thanks!!ReplyDelete
Hello Annes how are you?ReplyDelete
I have not seen your work on you tube for a long time.
And I would like to know how you are doing.
I hope you are well and I send you a hug, and I thank you because I learned a lot with your videos.
see you soon a kiss.
Very Nice Tutorial!ReplyDelete