Posted on January 28 2018
Welcome back.....this is Tanvi once again with my inspirational post for the month.
I am amazed everytime I work with Rinea foiled paper be it die cutting, SVG files, stamping, 3D projects, bags, boxes, banners.......this unique foiled paper never fails.
Look at the magic created by combining the foiled paper with pattern paper in this mini album.
Here is how I made this accordion pocket mini album.
Gather your supplies - For this mini album, I am using Rinea foiled paper Jewel Variety Pack & Peacock Variety pack, pattern papers, chipboard, standard envelopes (10x4.5"), trimmer, scale, glue, tacky tape, embellishments.
Trim off the flaps of the envelopes to measure 6.25". I am using six envelopes. You can seal the trimmed flaps with double sided tape & make another smaller album.
Next trim the -
card stock - 4 1/4x6.5" - 6 pieces
Pattern paper - 4x6.25 - 6 pieces
Chipboard - 5x7.5" - 2 pieces, 1.5x5" - 2 pieces, 2x5" - 1 piece
Now we prepare the album covers. This is how we place the chipboard & make the cover with cardstock.
Using red tacky tape to glue the cardstock to the chipboard
To make the accordion pockets glue the trimmed envelopes as shown here -
Glue the first & the last envelopes to the insides of the album covers & the accordion pockets are ready. To make the tags, decorate with pattern paper & embellies as desired.
Here are images of the finished album -
I have made a magnetic closure for this tag album.
Love the combination of the foiled paper with pattern paper, classy & elegant!
Thanks for stopping by.
Until my next post - Goodbye!