Decorate your albums with fussy cut images from your pattern papers. This French Country Tag & Pocket Album by Graphic 45 Grand Brand Ambassador, Teresa Cruz aka Andor Violeta is the perfect example of how fussy cutting can elevate your projects. We love embellishing with fussy cuts, they are a great way to use up scraps and so affordable. Be sure to watch Teresa’s video tutorial to learn a few new tips and tricks.
French Country Álbum
Today, I want to share with you the album I decorated with the French Country Deluxe Collectors Edition. I used one of the Graphic 45 awesome Rectangular Tag & Pocket Album, that we can use when we need something great for many many photos. This album is for my father, it’s a family album, and this collection is just perfect for him, because he loves nature and he has many animals. You will find out how colorful and beautiful this collection is, and I hope you find the inspiration you need to grab you papers and used them to make your memories shine even more.
You can see here how I used the graphic 45 brads to decorate the spine. I also added some metal bees on the Graphic 45 trim and also on the cover of the album.
The sunflowers from this collection are amazing to fussy cut. Here I combine some leaves and other embellishments and you can see also a tiny chipboard in blue on the left. The great thing about the deluxe collector’s edition pack, is that they come with a lot of sheets to use on your big projects, and you also get all the stickers and chipboards to help you decorate everything you need.
Check the Tutorial of the Cover and Flip Through of this Album on the youtube video
I prepared for you!! Hope you find some inspiration for your future projects.
Video Tutorial & Flip Through
To create this project, I used this Graphic 45 products:
Some of them you can’t find it on Graphic 45 store, but some you do and you can use other paper collections that you like or have.
Graphic 45 Supply List:
French Country Deluxe Collectors Edition;(out of stock, check out Let it Bee paper collection)
Thanks for stopping by, I wish you a very artistic day…