2-in-1 Mini Album Tutorial


Hello G45ers!

We are thrilled to welcome back Gina Long to the blog this month with an exciting new project featuring the stunning Life is Abundant paper collection. Gina will guide you through creating a 2-in-1 interactive mini album with a hidden tunnel book, showcasing her beautiful handmade ephemera. In this detailed ATC Tunnel Book video tutorial, you’ll learn how to incorporate these unique elements to elevate your crafting projects. Dive into this creative journey with Gina and discover new ways to use your leftover paper scraps and watch the Interactive Mini Album Walkthrough. Happy papercrafting!


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Celestial Nature Interactive Mini Album

Tutorial by Gina Long


“Hello everyone!

I’m So happy to be back on the blog this month. 

I enjoy making ephemera from leftover paper scraps, and I wanted to share a way to use handmade ephemera in a project.

My project features the gorgeous paper collection Life is Abundant.



 Today, I am sharing a Mini Album and how I incorporated handmade ephemera to decorate the pages and cover.


-Album Walkthrough-

















ATC cards are an excellent way to practice new techniques and use up scraps. They are a great place to start if you are new to making ephemera. ATC cards measure 2 1/2″ by 3 1/2″ in size.

 Making ATC cards is also an excellent way to break crafters’ block!








You can find a tutorial for some of the ATC cards seen in my book on my YouTube channel.

The tutorial for the ATC Tunnel book will be on Graphic 45 YouTube channel and on my channel.


-Video Tutorial-

ATC Tunnel Book Tutorial by Gina Long 


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Life is Abundant


Thank you so much for joining me today!” 


Gina Long aka c90designs







Happy Papercrafting!
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One Response

  1. SO many gorgeous details. I especially love the mushrooms. We actually saw one of those red spotted mushrooms while camping in Oregon a few years ago. I really love these papers you used. Great job.

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