Sunday, November 2, 2014

Waterfall Folio Albums

Hello again, Artsy Friends! Today was the first day post hand surgery that I have braved the craft room. I have been preparing for a lot of upcoming events, including a craft fair on Saturday November 8th from 9-3. I really wanted to create some more mini albums for the event, so I went back to a great layout for creating a waterfall folio album. The tutorial I used can be found here.

The first album I created, I used the Brushed paper pack with touches of the retired Chantilly paper pack.

I embellished the cover using cards from the My Crush Wilderness Assortment and Bling Gems Gold Assortment.

The inside contains a pocket on the left and the waterfall on the right.

For the waterfall, I used retired Chantilly (green) paper and created my own B&T with Honey Cardstock stamped with a flower from a Budding Friendship in canary. The strip in between is the zip tie from Brushed.



The second album I made was using the retired Sparkle and Shine paper pack.



The cover is embellished with the Sparkle and Shine Compliments and a heat embossed Classy Doily stamp.

The inside contains two pockets on the left and the waterfall on the right.


For the waterfall, I used Sparkle and Shine paper and trimmed it with silver shimmer trim.


For the pocket on the left, I added some cards from the Picture My Life Partridge and Pear pack.


I am entering these projects in this month's anything goes Take Heart Ideas.

Ingredients: Brushed Paper Pack (G1087), Honey Cardstock (X5668), White Daisy Cardstock (1385), Slate Cardstock (X5930), Canary Ink (Z2643), A Budding Friendship (D1602), Classy Doily (B1424), Gold Shimmer Trim (Z1985), Silver Shimmer Trim (Z1799), Bling Gems Gold Assortment (Z2023).

Happy Scrapping, My Artsy Friends!

4 comments:

  1. This is truly a work of art, and it is amazing considering it is the first thing you made coming back from surgery. You go girl! Thank you for joining Take Heart Ideas challenge this month.

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    1. Thank you, Faith. I worked really hard on them! It was worth the hand pain. :)

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  2. This is gorgeous, April! Thanks for submitting to the Take Heart Ideas challenge again this month!

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    1. Thanks for taking a look, Kristie.

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