Welcome to day two of our Summer Sneak Peeks. We are delighted to announce the return of a true Graphic 45 classic, Le' Romantique. This Deluxe Collector's Edition is perfect for all your paper crafting needs, such as wedding albums, anniversary and birthday cards, home decor, and so much more! To show you just how exquisite this paper collection is, the Queen of Shabby Chic, Sandi Nagel has a lovely Folio Secretary filled with cards and tags to share with us. But before we jump in we have our Sneek Peek Contest to announce.
Would you like a chance to win?
We thought you might, so here it is… We have FIFTEEN $100 Summer Prize packages! To enter to win leave a comment on the blog, Facebook, and/or Instagram.
Winners will be announced on the blog Friday, August 2nd, 2019!
Le’ Romantique – Deluxe Collection
Get swept off your feet with Graphic 45's soft and sweet romance collection, Le' Romantique. This Deluxe Collector's Edition is filled with gorgeous imagery of butterflies, beautiful brides, handsome grooms, stunning florals, and elegant patterns. Featuring a rich and chic pastel color pallet, starring blush pink and light aqua green.
Le’ Romantique – Now Available
Le’ Romantique – Deluxe Collector's Edition
2 each of 12 double-sided 12 x 12-Inch papers (24 total)
Die-cut chipboard embellishments
Cover weight stickers
Made in the USA – acid and lignin free
Sweetheart of Mine
Key to my Heart
Graphic 45 Le' Romantique Folio Secretary
By Sandi Nagel
“Hello, G45ers! Today I'm sharing a folio secretary that I made using the Graphic 45 Le' Romantique paper collection.
I enjoy making folios that offer different types of functions. The idea behind this folio was to make something that held 8 ½ x 11 papers in place, along with cards and other handy items.
The front of this folio is embellished with Graphic 45 staple items. On opposite corners, you’ll find a cluster of flowers that are embellished with Graphic 45 metals and black fabric flowers from my stash.
I’ve also used the Graphic 45 metal corner pieces on the front cover, and I glued down some Graphic 45 Matte Pearl Gems on top of these corner pieces.
I also used the Graphic 45 clock die to die-cut the beautiful ornate piece that you see on the center of this folio.
I used an envelope maker to make two envelopes to use as inside pockets to my folio. I also die-cut small decorative pieces, in gold cardstock, using the small ornate corner die in the Graphic 45 Clock and Tag die-set. I glued the pieces on the envelopes and topped them off with Graphic 45 black Matte Pearl Gems.
Tip: Use scraps from your Graphic 45 chipboard to use for elevation, when a dimensional effect is desired.
Folios are some of the easiest projects to make. Whether you make one in a mini album style or something for your desk or office, you’ll appreciate the versatility that a handmade folio gives you. I hope that I’ve inspired you to create your very own personalized folio, using your items from Graphic 45.
Until next time. Happy paper crafting!” ~Sandi
Front cover panels – 2 pieces at 4 ½ x 11 ¾
Back panel – 1 piece at 9 x 11 ¾
Spine – 2 pieces 1 1/8 x 11 ¾
Graphic 45 Supply List:
- Le Romantique Paper Collection
- Matte Pearl Gems
- Antique Brass Ornate Metal Keys
- Antique Brass Stamped Metal Brads
- Square Tag and Clock Dies
- Large Tag, ATC Tag and Flower Dies
- Ornate Metal Corners
- Graphic 45 12×12 Black Chipboard Sheet
- Colorbox Graphic 45 Ink – Photogenic
- Rose Bouquet Collection – Classic Ivory & Natural Linen
- Rose Bouquet Collection – Precious Pink
- Black Large Tag
- Washi Tape Set
- Black card stock
- Paper trimmer
- Die-cutting machine
- Hot glue gun
- Strong adhesive for metals
- Black trims
- Envelope maker
Be sure to join us again tomorrow for the reveal of our Dreamland, and remember each comment is an entry to win one of the 15 prize packages!
What an unbelievable week we are having with these stunning sneak peeks! We want to thank you for joining us and leaving your feedback. We also want to thank Sandi for sharing this super handy and fabulous folio. Have a wonderful and creative day, and as always…