Welcome to another sunshine-filled edition to the Graphic 45 blog. Today we have a next level Tag Mini Album in celebration of our #G45PopUp – September Challenge. This album has been created by the Queen of Fussy Cutting, Joanne Bain. Joanne has used our Sun Kissed paper collection and Tag Staples to create this Summer Beach Album. Be sure to check out the Snapguide Tutorial so you too can create dimensional albums that bring your photo and memories to life.
#G45PopUp – Tag Mini Album
By Joanne Bain
“Hello, G45ers, Joanne here with you today to share a super cute pop-up folio created with G45 Tag Staples and the gorgeous Sunkissed collection. To be honest, I have never really done anything pop up before so this was kind of a first for me, so I chose to go very simple, but I am happy with the outcome.
The cover features lots of fussy cut images which have been layered to create dimension, I have also added some cheesecloth to give added texture.
On the inside of the folio, there is space for 2 photographs with tags that pull out of the top to allow for journaling.
When the folio is opened the whole inside pops forward. The center folds forward and pops out even more and features more fussy cut images and cheesecloth.
The G45 tags were perfect for creating this project as once the folio is closed all eyelet holes lined up and I was able to add split ring to hold the folio closed and add a cute little chain and tags for an added feature.
I have added a super easy Snapguide tutorial to create the basic pop up folio which you can then add your own paper choices to create your own pop out folio.
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- ATC Tags – Kraft
- Large Tags – Kraft
- Sunkissed Collection
- Sand Dollars 12×12 Paper
- Under The Sea 12×12 Paper
- Patterns & Solids Paper Pad
- 8×8 Paper Pad
- Cardstock Stickers
Well, that is all from me today, I hope I have inspired you to give this little folio a try.”
Just phenomenal! We hope you have enjoyed this album and tutorial as much as we have. Be sure to leave your gratitude for Joanne in the comments below and let us know what paper collection you are going to try this album out using?