Sunday, April 26, 2015

Sneak peek of my upcoming Artisan Style photo album

Hi everyone :-)
It has been a while since I posted a project so I thought I would share what I am working on.
This is going to be a large photo album with a lot of space for photos and journaling inside hidden pockets and flaps.I am using the beautiful new Artisan Style from Graphic 45 for this album.
Have now binding the pages together and now for the fun decorating fun :-)

Had to wait so long for this beautiful Artisan Style paper collection from Graphic 45 so I started right away to fussy cut out the images. Here you see the flowers from Natural Beauty sheet and there are so many fun ways to put this beautiful flowers together :-)

Peek of the photo album in progress

This is going to be a large one and having so fun decorating it. Not finish yet as you can see:-)
Dies on this pictures are from Tattered lace, Tim Holtz and Cheery Lynn.

I often get questions on how long time it takes to fussy cut out images and this time I know because I sat a week cutting the images out because I wanted to have them fast finish so I could start creating my album.Usual I fussy cut in the evenings but i could not wait lol. Here are some of them :-)

So many beautiful flowers in this paper line :-)

When I cut out I try to have a tray near by so I don`t get paper all over the floor lol.
There was so many beautiful colors and I thought that it could be used for something so I filled the tray with some water and let it soak into the paper pieces.

Then I layered it out on a craft mat and used multi matte medium all over.
It became a new thick fun paper :-)
No idea what I am going to use it for lol but it came out pretty cool and can maybe be used for a roof or flower garden. 

It has been some beautiful sunny days here in Norway now so I have spent some days in my garden now but hope to get the album finish soon :-)

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 :-)
Hugs, Anne

7 comments:

  1. Not sure if my other comment got on here so here goes....YOU ROCK!!! Fussy cutting with scissors is crazy girl!! I could NEVER do that!! I have to use my exacto knife!! Fabulous idea about the scrap pieces left over!!!! RIGHT ON!!! YOU ARE THE BEST!!! GREAT IDEA GIRL!!!!!

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  2. I am in awe of your fussy cutting ~ and I love the 'new' paper you created! Artisan Style is one of my favorite lines; can't wait to see how your album turns out.
    I doubt tht I'm the only one who would love to see some pictures of your garden!

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  3. I'm having a problem publishing a comment so sorry if it comes up more than once. This album looks amazing. I can't wait for the tutorial which I hope will be from start to finish as I am new to making albums, I do have the paper collection. I love your fussy cutting, you make it look so easy.

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  4. This looks absolutely fabulous, Anne and I do hope you've managed to create videos of the process you used to make it. I so admire your work!
    Diane x

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  5. As always Anne, you are the fussy cutting queen. Your work is amazing, thank you so much for the inspiration xx

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  6. I too want to say it is always amazing to see what you have made. And all that fine cutting - definitely makes you the queen of fussy cutting.
    To watch and listen to your creating videos is as if you sit right here with me, while I cut and stick my papers.

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