It's that time of the month again. Graphic 45 have posted the next page of my book on their blog. The full instructions are on their blog, along with links for the other 6 pages. This page is based on a layout I did for Graphic 45 a while ago. I liked it so much I have included it in my book. The butterflies just seem to be flying off the page.
You can download the full tutorial as a PDF on their website.
If you have been wanting to make one of my books, then this is your chance. The tutorials take forever to write and take the photo's. It's not something I will be doing again at this stage.
You can follow the instructions online or buy a kit at Seriously Scrapbooking. Each kit comes with all the chipboard inked or sprayed. Instructions are included (in colour). All you need to have is your own tape and glue. A brown ink pad is a must. Just click on the link below and it will take you to their website.
The other project I want to share with you all, is one I am doing with Scrapbook Creations. They are an Australian Magazine. The finished project is made up of 62 tags. The frame is from Ikea and is a 50cm x 50cm shadow box frame. Each month I will be doing a tutorial for them. It will be on making 5 beautifully decorated tags. I will be using Graphic 45 papers from lots of their different collections.
The above photo is of the finished project. You will be making the 62 tags over 12 months.
This is the first set of tags, this collection is for babies. I have design a lovely set of tags using Graphic 45 papers and chipboard from Imaginarium Designs.
You will have some tags left over, so I will be doing a mini project for a tag each month as well. This month it is a matchbox keepsake set of draws. Scrapbook Creations have the mini project on their blog.
Seriously Scrapbooking is selling these kits online for me. You can also buy them from their store on Goodwood rd as well. Each kit includes all the chipboard, embelishments, instructions and papers, which are pre cut for you. All you need is tape, glue and inks + your own tools. The kit for the first set is $24.