Friday, October 8, 2010

Halloween Album Do-Over!

Hi again!  Whew, what a night I had last night.  I knew I needed to get a post up on time, but I honestly was not feeling well and didn't have the time to get it set up just right.  So, this is my do-over post.  I will provide a little more information about my post from last night featuring the cute little Halloween Accordian album.  I want to start off by admitting I did not come up with this idea out of my own little head.  As with most search around and find something special and then copy, copy, copy!  This concept was totally lifted from the very talented blog over at Cards TV.

So, here is the end results (as shared last evening) of my Accordian Album.

I was fortunate enough to be asked by Anne from Paper Patch Crafts to be one of her designers for her fun scrapbooking and craft store.  As I mentioned earlier, she recently sent me a box full of goodies and so I wanted to showcase a couple of the fun things I was able to create this past week.  Last night I showed you the photos of my fun little Accordian Album.  I also made a tutorial that explains the process I went through to construct the basic accordian album and I thought I would share that with you tonight.

I thought I might also mention that I will have another tutorial I will post tomorrow evening that has a 2nd version of the Accordian Album, only this one will showcase a really cool items she has for sale at her store called Blank Coasters.  I will show you how I made another type of Accordian Album using more of the fun items she sent me along with the blank coasters.  So come back tomorrow night for more fun!!  (She also has a Halloween card challenge going on at her facebook right now...come and participate.  She is giving a way a fun prize!!)
Materials Used:
Prima Marketing Products
Little Yellow Bicycle Products
October 31 Cricut Cartridge
K& Company Card Stock
lots of imagination....


Denise said...

Very nice. I think I'll try to make one tonight.

P.S. Look forward for your next one.

Carol Ric said...

Super cute and it looks so easy in the video! Thanks for sharing.