miercuri, ianuarie 17

Easel album tutorial - my 1st design (video)

Hello everyone!

Here i am with my first design ever - an addition for almost any minialbum, that me and my husband came up with.
It all started from some office stationery i bought from Lidl on Monday: agendas, notepads, planners, some file folders and some colored paper.
I love office stationery, i love paper in general (i bet you could never guess, right :P?) and i like creating minialbums using office stationery. 
And i thought "what can i do different?". So i came up with 2 designs: this one and another one using vertical envelopes - another thing i love using in my minialbums. 
Unpatient as i am, i started working on both, but had to finish one first, so i decided to give the easel album a go, it was the quickest ;). 
Long story short: this album contains 2 types of additions: 2 flaps and 4 easel cards. All these add features to the album i used as a base (a quite simple one) and more space for photos. The important bit to remember is that the easel cards have to be used UPSIDE DOWN - and you will understand why as soon as you watch the video ;). I will finish it as soon as i get my hands on some pattern paper and will get back with a video on that one. I hope you like it enough to give it a go:

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Va ziceam ieri pe FB ca se coace ceva si va dadeam poza de mai sus ca indiciu ;). Pai da: eu si Magnus am avut fiecare cate 1 idee si am inceput sa le implementez pe amandoua aseara, nerabdatoare cum sunt :P. Design-ul de azi a fost ideea lui Magnus si e un fel de add-on care poate fi adaugat cam la orice minialbum. E vorba de 2 flapsuri si 4 felicitari-sevalet. Nu va mai tin mult de vorba si va las cu filmuletul de mai sus, ca sa intelegeti perfect despre ce e vorba. Pentru aceia dintre voi care vor sa incerce si nu stiu cum se face o felicitare-sevalet, iata aici un tutorial de-al meu mai vechi:


Sper ca albumul va place suficient de mult cat sa-l incercati ;). Pana data viitoare, va pup si va urez o saptamana usoara!