Welcome to a #Simplyg45 – One Sheet Wonder Mini Album Tutorial by Sandi Nagel. To recreate this look just grab a sheet of pattern paper, cardstock, and a G45 Tag and follow along with the easy-peasy video tutorial. Sandi has created this beauty with our Imagine paper collection.
Graphic 45 Mini Album Tutorial | One Sheet Wonder
By Sandi Nagel
“This is an easy Mini Album Tutorial. Beginners and experts are welcome. You can make these cute mini albums for gift giving, wedding favors and quinceaneras. The possibilities are endless!
You’ll find that the Graphic 45 Tags are made out of good quality card stock. This makes projects such as these possible.
For this one sheet mini album project I’m using one 12×12 sheet from the Imagine collection.
With just one piece of 12×12 paper you’ll be making the front and back covers as well as the photo mats and tuck sleeves for the pages within.
Although this mini album doesn’t leave much room for embellishing, you can always use the stickers from the Imagine collection sticker sheet.
Tip: As you see here, the pages of this mini album are put together in a Z-Fold (or zig zag) fashion. In order to get your pages just right, use your scoring board. By squaring your pages on the scoring board, you’ll get a perfect alignment each and every time.
I put together this easy to follow tutorial, where I show you step-by-step how to make this cute mini album, using just one sheet of Graphic 45 paper.
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Large Tag, ATC Tag, and Flower Dies – Metal Dies
- One 12×12 Sheet of Graphic 45 Imagine paper pad
- Stickers from the Imagine Collection sticker sheet
- One large Graphic 45 Tag
- Rose Bouquet Collection – Ivory Flowers
- Paper Trimmer
- Paper Trimmer
- Scoring Board
- Art Glitter Glue
- Hot Glue Gun
- Black Card Stock
- Flat Back Pearls
- Stick Pin with Beads
- Wink of Stella (lightly brushed on rose edges)
Tag – Score at 3 ¼, 3 ½, 7, 7 ¼
Pages – Cut three pieces at 3 ¾ x 6 ¾ and score then fold at 3 3/8
Picture Mats – 3 1/8 x 3 ½
Thank you and Happy Crafting!” ~Sandi
Wow! It is incredible what can be created with a little imagination and a sheet of pattern paper. Be sure to pull out your paper stash and try this tutorial out today. Big thanks to Sandi for sharing this genius mini album and to you for joining us here.