Tuesday, August 11, 2015

How to make a 8x5 pocket mini album part 9

Hi everyone :-)
Here is part 9 on how to make a 8x5 pocket mini album with flaps and tags.In this video I will show how to make the 5. page, decorate it with papers, make a tag and  the pull out flap. Using Graphic 45 beautiful Gilded Lily paper collection.

Video tutorial

Front of the page.

Inside the flap and front page.

Also place for photos and journaling behind the photo mats and tags.

 Stamping on the backside of the pull out flap.

Inside of the pull out flap

Front pull out tag.

And the backside with stamps.

The large tag goes in the side pocket on the page.

 Both pages seen together.

Here is the link to part 1 for the page construction and measurements,

Supply list :
Gilded Lily 12 x 12 - 8 x 8 and 6 x 6 One of each paper pad, pockets and tags, ephemera cards, stamp set, shabby chick key and key hole all from Graphic 45, Walnut cream cardstock from Bazzill, pop dots, seam binding, glue, score board, cutting tool, Ranger multi media matte,Tyvek envelopes,8x1mm magnets,punches,chipboard, gold ink and Pan pastel. 
Remember this supplies are only suggestions. Use what you have and what you like :-)

Here is the link to how to make your own tag shapes and frames,

Here is the link to my fussy cut video tutorial,

Here is the link to fine tip glue applicator,

                  Here is the link to an Ebay seller for strong magnets,
Just type in 8x1mm magnets in the search felt.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/8mm-x-1mm-Disc-Earth-Neodymium-Super-strong-Magnets-8x1mm-Disc-N35-Craft-Model-/181100311317?var=&hash=item2a2a6b7315 Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkAFor 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 inspiring and helpful.
           Have fun creating :-)
             Hugs, Anne

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