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We have had such a wonderful year in creativity. Our Brand Ambassadors have gone above and beyond bringing us non-stop inspiration and easy to follow tutorials. Today we celebrate just a few projects that have taken the internet by storm. We scoured our blog, YouTube and Instagram and have compiled a list of our Top 7 Graphic 45 Projects for 2019. We are beyond thrilled to get to work with such amazing artists every day and share their tutorials for mini albums, cards, altered art, and home decor projects. Click on the images to see the full posts.
Top 7 G45 Projects of 2019
"The colors in the Bloom collection are just lovely. This collection would make some fabulous gardening journals. I used one of the Staples Ivory Book Boxes and created three small books to fit inside." ~Ginger
My first Christmas card this year belongs of course
to Graphic 45
Of course, I have a video tutorial for you.
Have you already started your Christmas crafting?
I just can't wait for the season to start.
Thank you so much for visiting us today
and have a wonderful day!
“Take your mini album to the next level (literally!) by adding fun pop-up elements. The Magic of Oz collection offers whimsical cut-a-parts and fussy cut imagery perfect for dimensional effects. You’ll learn three different methods to create pop-ups which repeat for a total of six spreads of delightful dimension in the Square Tag & Pocket Album. You won’t believe how easy they are! And because Magic of Oz is a Deluxe Collector’s Edition, you’ll get even more papers plus coordinating chipboard and stickers.” ~Annette
Dropping in today to share a new project created for Graphic 45 using their newly released Kaleidoscope Collection. This collection is full of bright colours and images. It is a little out of my comfort zone but it is a beautiful collection and I wanted to create something with it.
For my project I was inspired by one of the sediments that is printed throughout the collection, 'Colour Your World' and also some of the paper bordering reminded me of a filmstrip edge, soo that is where my idea come from I decided to create a camera with a pull out mini album.” ~Joanne
“For this introductory project, Graphic 45 asked us to create something that showcases our design style. A “selfie” project. I love it! If you’ve been to my MiniBooksRMe website or YouTube channel, you know I’ve created a lot of projects using file folders. I love their durability and flexibility. I’ve made everything from folios to mini albums, to travelers notebooks. Today we’re making a 6.5” x 6.5” mini album with three interactive pages. This will be the first file folder mini I’ve done in this particular size, so BONUS!
In this video (click here), we start off with a walk-through of the finished By the Sea sample. Then we get to work! This is a fun mini that anyone can make. I will walk you through a full, step-by-step assembly tutorial showing how to make this mini album foundation.” ~Donna
“Hi Graphic 45 friends! Yulia here). I have a great inspiration for you! Today I want to show you an album with the beautiful collection Princess.
I used the Princess collection. I really like the wonderful palette of this collection! Projects from it look amazing! My album has a size of 15 cm x 20 cm, here you can place about 32 photos. I also made some envelopes for photos or notes.” ~Yulia
“Hello, dear G45ers!
Happy to share with you my #G45Techinque project this month featuring the fabulous Communique Deluxe Collector's Edition. I created this Typewriter box with one of my favorite lines and it suits this project so well! I have created this piece using the template credit to Tara's Craft Studio. You can find the template here if you wish to make your own. I have also created a cute little Waterfall Mini Album that is hidden on the inside of the Typewriter box.” ~Tanya