Sunday, October 18, 2015

Boxed Accordion Pocket Mini Album Featuring Graphic 45 Mon Amour Collection

Hi everyone :-)
Have made wedding accordion boxed photo album with the beautiful Mon Amour collection from Graphic 45.There are 4 pocket pages in this album. 2 on each side and they measure 9 x 6 1/2. This album can also be used for a romantic album and black and white photos will be so beautiful with this pink,cream and black colors :-)

Video


 Made a romantic box for the album.
Here is the link to the tutorial on how to make the box.

And they lived happily ever after :-)
Die from Tattered Lace.

The metal buttons are also from G45.
 I also used some swirls, flowers from WOC, and Prima. 

The box opens in the middle and folds out.

1. page
All the 4 pages have a double photo mat in the pocket.

Flap added on the 1. page 

and another pocket inside with a large tag.
Also used 2 of the stamp set, chipboard cut outs, stickers and pockets and tags for this album.

Made this tag shape and have a tutorial on how to make your own shapes and here is the link,
Ring die from Sizzix.




1. page backside with a large add on photo mat fastened with magnets.
2. page front on the right side binding.

Beautiful bow die from tattered lace.

Flaps folded down with tags,photo mats and file folder made from the template on the 12 x 12 paper pad.

And folds up with place for more photos.

 Large double photo mat inside the pocket. film strip punch from EK Success. 

3. front page and 2. page backside.

Large double photo mat and double flip page on the front.
 

Heart border punch from Martha Stewart on the top.

Bride side folded out.

Groom side folded out.

Inside the 3. backside page there is a flap.

with one more pocket flap that holds a large photo mat.

Behind the pocket flap there is more place for photos.

with a lot of photo mats and frames.

 3. backside and 4. front page with a double photo mat inside the pocket.

There is a fold out page  with more tags on the backside.
Little tag punch from Marvy Uchida. 

Backside of the fold out flap.

4. front page has a " hidden" pocket on the front.

The flap folds up.


With more photo mats inside. Used wink of stella glitter brush markers to color the stamped roses.


All pages folded out. 2 to each side of the box.

 The 4. backside page has a fold out page with another pocket on the base with a large tag.

 Close up picture of the pocket and tag.


The closure on front and backside and the bead caps for the tassels are from Butterbee scraps and here is the link to they`r store,https://butterbeescraps.com/product-category/new-arrivals/

Backside of the box.

On the sides i added metal door pulls and on the stand claw feet also from G45. 
Here is the link to the page tutorial where I show how to make the page base, double photo mat insert, pockets, flaps and  binding,


Here is the link to Graphic 45 blog

And facebook page,

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,

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


12 comments:

  1. Oh my giddy aunt that is awesome x

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  2. Oh my goodness, this is beautiful . . . I love that it can be displayed. x Cynthia

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  3. That is incredible Anne - what an imagination you have! A vast surface area to work with - like a treasure hunt finding all the page openings and hidden tags yet so compact when closed up. You must have infinite patience yet work very quickly to produce the likes of this.

    So much dimension - it's a structure, work of art and sculpture all rolled into one. Stunning - thank you Anne.

    Steve

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  4. Anne, you're such an artist! Living in Germany I just discovered scrapbooking, mini-album-making and all that stuff only 2 months ago. Soon I saw my first video of you and was stunned. Simply stunned.
    Especially *your* books and objects have opened up a whole new world to me. A world full of stories behind stories behind stories - for in that way I do see these albums of yours: doors behind doors behind doors and just round the corner another riddle or secret. It's magical. And I just love the way you tell all these stories.

    Only today in the morning I learned so much from your tutorial about paper tiles - you're not only a marvelous artist but also a gifted teacher.
    Thank you so much for all that you create and share with us. I hope, that all the joy you're spreading comes back to your heart redoubled.

    HerzKoenigin
    www.herzkoeniginblog.com

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  5. This box is just stunning! I cannot believe all the pages and the way all the things open and close. Simply amazing. Would love to see how you created the pages also.

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  6. Helt fantastisk, ser og ser, blir helt stum. Du får alt så flott. Denne var fantastisk. Jeg får så mye inspirasjon av bloggen din, tusen takk Anne.

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  7. Hi Anne....have just come across this tutorial now....this is a absolutely stunning!!

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  8. Anne, it is always a lovely visit to come to your pages. This is such a marvelous project you did here. Time consuming for certain but beautiful. Beautiful seems such an insignificant word to describe what you create.

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  9. Hi Anne! Your works of art never cease to amaze me! I have re-created many of your albums and I just want to thank you very much for your generosity in filming/teaching us how you create your truly amazing projects!
    This is one project I would love to re-create as well...need about a month to do it! Thank you ever so much for all your patience and imagination as you continue to bless us with your creations.

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