Photo Folio Album Inspiration Starring Raining Cats & Dogs

Hello, G45ers!

 It is Raining Cats & Dogs here on the Graphic 45 blog today, featuring a paws-itively adorable photo folio album by Grand Brand Ambassador from the UK, Clare Charvill.  Clare shares her memory keeping album with a detailed YouTube video tour.  So grab your furry friend and let's begin.  

 

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Raining Cats and Dogs Photo Folio
By Clare Charvill

 

“It's great to see this collection back as a Deluxe Collector’s Edition. I love how the colours work so well together and of course who couldn't fall in love with all the images of the cats and dogs. I used my favourite mix of papers from the DCE pack to create this 10 1/4" x 8 1/4" photo folio. Inside there's two large pockets, two fold-out pages, and four fold-out sections in the centre for lots of pictures.  There's an On-Line Workshop available for the Folio if you'd like to make it too.” ~Clare

 

To see the whole album follow the link below:

Raining Cats & Dogs Photo Folio Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graphic 45 Supplies:

Raining Cats & Dogs - Deluxe Collector's Edition

 

Other Supplies:

  • Black Card
  • MDF Planner Cover Pack – My Creative Spirit
  • Black Construction Tape – My Creative Spirit
  • Alphabet Die from my stash
  • Red Line Tape
  • Glossy Accents

Looking for more furry fun projects?
Check out this cat lover's album by Sandy Trefger.

Cat Album
By Sandy Trefger

 

Tip:  If you don’t want all the images on the paper for your project (for example for this cat album I did not need any dog images), fussy cut out the images that you do want or layer over the parts of the image you don’t need (such as the dogs & puppies) with fussy cut flowers.  It’s also good to use flowers, lace and ribbon to hide images that don’t apply to you.

 

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Thanks to Clare and Sandy for sharing these two stunning projects, and to you for joining in the creative fun!  Meow, be sure to leave a comment below to be entered to win this week's Club G45 Vol 1 prize package.  
 

Happy Papercrafting!

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