Saturday, July 4, 2015

Prima Debutante shabby chic baroque mini album

Hi everyone :-)
Have made a new shabby chic mini album with the new beautiful Debutante paper collection from Prima. The album measure 10 1/5 x 7 1/4 and has 5 pages. The baroque shape I made my self and I have a tutorial on how to make it and also for the tags. Here is the link,

Video


The cover frame I made as a see through with acetate.

 Covered the front frame with torn papers, cheese cloth. resin frame and embellished it with flowers and chipboard cut outs from the collection. Then went over with white paint and white Pan Pastel.

Cover and 1. page front

On the backside of the front cover I made a pocket on the right side to cover up the flowers on the front. More flowers and chipboard cut outs. Green paper from Bazzill.

On the 1. front page I made a pocket behind the frame and also on the left side.

This tag shapes I also show how to make in the tag shapes and frames video tutorial

Close up picture of some of the flowers.
I mixed fine sand with white paint and multi medium matte to make a shabby look.

!. page backside and 2. page front

Used a resin oval frame and swirl and behind the frame there are some tags and a photo mat.

Under the tags and on the frame I used a mask and texture paint.
There can also be placed a picture on the side of the frame.

2. front page with tags and a acetate see through.
This acetate pocket was inspired by Kirsten and here is the link to her blog where yo can find a lot of inspiration :-)

Place for a large photo behind the tags.

2. backside and 3. front page

Used texture paint on the frame mixed with sand on the frame.
Swirl dies from Cheery Lynn.

There can be placed a photo in the frame and on the side.

3. front page is party time with some tags and a envelope :-)

Used a script mask on the side and a resin bird bath for decor and to hold a frame and the envelope.
Oval frame die from Tim Holtz.

3. backside and 4. acetate page

All pink lol :-)
Hinge die from Lalaland.

Used the inside part from the outside frame shape to make a fold up page. 
Victorian Carolers die from Tim Holtz decorated with molding paste and gold glass .

Used the coordinate stamp set and painted around the acetate frame.
Also used different Distress inks around all the pages.

On the 5. front page I used Tim Holtz dress form die and folded paper around to make a skirt. Moldig paste mixed with Distress ink on the top and also did some masking on the dide.

Belly band in the middle makes a pocket on each side.
Tag die from Accucut craft.

Backside of the album with a tag car attach to the receiver.

I torn the paper into strips to make a several pockets.

Picture of the tag card.
Here is the link to how to make tag pockets for decorate tags or as a pocket in mini albums,
                                         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLu2jcdh2yM

I can write a personal message on the tags or on the backside of the tag card :-)

 The album is bounded together with seam binding.


Here is the link to Annie`s Etsy shop where you can find a lot of beautiful laces and embellishments,
https://www.etsy.com/shop/msgardengrove1?ref=si_shop

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 your always sweet comments!
Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne







2 comments:

  1. WOW!!! OMG!!! It is a masterpiece !!!! I love your art work !!!!!

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  2. Anna this is ABSOLUTELY just a lovely feminine, Victorian creation of happiness :) made my morning! It's Independence Day in the USA and I awoke to the sounds of fireworks and children and our family getting together (50 of us to ... well... blow stuff up (yeah we do that)) and it was a hectic morning ... interesting how art can make you become calm. This was my calming craft this morning :D Thank so much for all your inspirations! Lisa

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