Hello everyone! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted. I’m still trying to unpack everything from our move to Arizona. Today I want to share a fun project that I created using the beautiful Graphic 45 Bloom collection. I’m calling this project a mini album folio since it’s a combination of the two. Here’s a look at the front of the folio.
Here’s a quick video walk through! Thanks for watching!
Hey everyone!! Today I want to share some of the projects that I created for Graphic 45 using their brand new Kaleidoscope collection. I created these projects for Creativation and the projects were displayed in the Graphic 45 booth. This collection is unbelievable!! The bright colors and imagery are incredible.
Here’s a fun easel card.
A fun card/photo holder
Here’s the inside…
Here is one of the G45 Mixed Media Boxes.
Here’s the box opened.
I created a fun folio project.
Here’s a look at the inside…
This collection also comes with some fabulous ivory and black prints. Here are the projects using those papers.
Thanks for stopping by! This collection is just bursting with color! Have a fabulous day!
Hello everyone! I’m super excited to share a great project created for the ButtonFarm Club. This project showcases the fun Coffee collection by Echo Park.
Thanks for watching! You can purchase the kit to create this project here.
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a quick project using the beautiful Graphic 45 Princess Collection. This collection is so pretty. The colors and imagery are amazing.
The photo folio measures 4×6 when folded. Here’s the back of the folio.
I used the cut aparts from the 12×12 for the inside panels.
There are a total of four panels when the folio is opened all the way. I used a stitched oval die to create spots for photos.
That’s my little photo folio. I absolutely love this collection.
Check out the Snapguide tutorial.
Hello everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun Folio using an older Christmas collection by Simple Stories called Very Merry.
Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Sharing another recipe Folio using CTMH Gimme Some Sugar Collection. This is a project that I taught at a retreat in Medical Lake, Washington at SimpLee Memories Hobby Retreat House. Have a great day!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share my Brand Ambassador project for Graphic 45’s monthly challenge. #G45 PopUp. I used Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells for my project today!
Enjoy my walk through video and make sure to join in on the challenge for an opportunity to win a fabulous Graphic 45 prize!
Hello everyone! Today I have some really fun projects to share. Julie and Daphne of Scrap N Create sent me some fabulous products to use. The collection pack is from Bo Bunny called Little Wonders. What a fun collection! Check out my video and see what all I created. You can pick up these products in a really great kit bundle at Scrap N Create.
Thanks for watching! Thank you Julie and Daphne!
Hello everyone! A few weeks ago I was teaching a “Bring Your Own Design Paper” Folio class at a Scrapbooking retreat. Everyone in the class did such a fabulous job. It was great to see all of the different paper collections everyone used to personalize their project.
I used the Doodlebug Down on the Farm Collection for the class sample. Here’s a video walkthrough of the folio. This is just a super cute collection! Have a great day!
Hello everyone! I have a quick little project to share with you today. I received a sample of the Simple Stories Plaid Dad collection. The sample was only three sheets of the 12×12.
I saw a really cute tutorial on the Everything Authentique Facebook page and I thought it would be the perfect project. In the tutorial they used a graduation themed papers but I wanted to create a Fathers Day version. Its a small little folio created from cardstock.
I double matted the project using black cardstock for the base and then added a layer of gray cardstock. It has a magnet closure on the front. I created a pocket with one of the cut parts and add a couple of tags with some cute brads that resemble screws.
When opened up all of the way there are pockets on the left side and a waterfall in the center.
The waterfall has a magnet attached to the back so it can be removed. I used the cute plaid shirt paper as a fun surprise once the waterfall is removed.
I didn’t have a lot of paper left so I did some random blocking of papers to add to the back of the folio.
This was a really cute project and came together really quick! Sending this to my Father in Law for Fathers Day! I love the fun saying, “Sawdust is Man Glitter”.
Have a great week and checkout the fun tutorial over on the Everything Authentique Facebook page.