Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Mini File Folder Album - Vintage Style

Hello, it's Anita from the Design Team here today.

If you follow the blog you perhaps remember that last time I promised that I would show something cool you can use the homemade ephemera on, and here it is:


For the first time (and maybe the last time), I have filmed the album page by page, pocket by pocket, so that it is possible to see all the details without having to look through 1495 pictures .... LOL

I have used colors from the current challenge.   This month Rubber Dance are celebrating 2 years of challenges so you can select one of 5 colour options for your make this month.  I choose October, just because I want to make a vintage mini file folder album.


Here is the video.  Find yourself a cup of tea or coffee and soak up the inspiration to create your own album using Rubber Dance stamps.  It was great fun making this album and I could not stop.  I have plans to create many more!



The stamps on this project from the sets:
- Textured Flowers
- Antique Botanicals
- Retro Beach
- Travel
- Weed Love
- ATC Backgrounds 1
- Collage Elements 1
- Collage Mix
- Da Vinci
- Fly Mail
- Old book stamp
- Pick a number
- Round in Circles
- Sew Sweet
- Vintage Ads
- Vintage Script
- Textured Feathers
- African Animals
- Alphabet in stiches
- Envelope stamps
- Love Musikal
- Vintage Postcard
- Celestial Images
- Arty Hearty

If you are interested in a tutorial on how I made this book please leave a comment at the bottom and I'll consider it :-)

Here is some close up for some details:



 

 

Join the Rubber Dance Challenge!  It's great fun :-)

See you soon. Thank you for visiting!

I wish you a magical and creative day!

Hugs, Anita

my blog: http://nitisartfromheart.blogspot.no

5 comments:

  1. Stunning...amazing creativity, lots to look at and wonderful colours and techniques x

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  2. WOW!!! Your mini album is stunning! So many lovely pages with little secrets and surpises everywhere. You must have spent many days working on this one. I'm very impressed! Beautifully done. It's absolutely fantastic to see so many of my stamps used in one, amazing project. LOVE the video!!!
    Thank you so much, Anita dear!! ♥

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  3. Fabulous... Such a great project to go back and admire, as well as having examples of your stamp collection! I have just completed a mini book myself (still under wrap until later this month)but yours is so much bigger and fuller!

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  4. OMG!!! This looks totally great! Will watch the video tonight!!! Hugs!

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  5. WOW. That is amazing. I watched the video. I don't usually watch videos. It was such fun seeing you turn the pages to reveal so many lovely details. Then you pulled so many tags and little books from hidden places and opened them to reveal so many more lovely bits and bobs. I am in awe. Would love some tips on how you bound the pages and made the pockets. I've never made a mini album. I am a bit more of a simple crafter but sometimes, when the moon is full and the mojo is biting, I may get out of my comfy place and try something like this. What a delight. Hugz

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