Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Club Scrap Wisteria Blog hop

Welcome
Welcome to my part of the Club Scrap blog hop.
This month we are showing Wisteria kit
I’ve made a couple card fronts and a digital layout.
I made the card fronts digitally and printed them out. I cut them out and attached on the backs.
The inside is either stamped or printed.
Card1Cards2
The layout is made with a quick page from the kit.
But I’m hoping to turn it into a small scrapbook or mini album that does not use page protectors.
I’ll try to explain. I make the layout 12X12 size and save it. I resize it to 6X6 and print it on a 8 1/2 X 11
size scrapbook paper. This time I used glossy document paper.
 
Album1
When I cut it I leave an extra 2 1/4 in on the left side. This extra will be used to put the holes in
and attach the covers. The first score line is 7/8 inch, the next is over 1 inch more.
Album2
Fold over on each line. Mark the holes and punch. After pages are printed, trim, score, fold and punch.
I put a couple small spots of tape to hold the folds together.
Album3
Stack up and insert the posts. A small album or mini book all finished.
This is first page of the album for Maddy, my granddaugher.
MappyTurns14
 
 
I want to thank everyone for all of the comments from last month.
Thank you for visiting my blog during the Club Scrap blog hop.
Jill Pechauer http://jmp1022.blogspot.com/ <- you are here
Next on the list is Tricia.

Tricia Morris http://theefficientcrafter.blogspot.com

27 comments:

  1. I love the way you layered your paper & patterns! Your daughter is lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Really clear instructions, Jill. Great job. I have a ton of that glossy brochure paper and hadn't even considered using it this way but what a good idea. Also appreciate the instructions for printing placement and hole punching. Valuable offering! Thanks.

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  3. Great cards and layouts, Jill! I just love this digi collection!

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  4. Cut card and mini album start!

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  5. OK, that's just genius. I am going to try this! I just spent loads of money on printed books and I could have made my own album with your page instructions!

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  6. I love your ideas on how to create the album!
    I will definitely be doing that trick from now on.
    Love your cards too.

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  7. cute cards! love the LO and the album idea!! TFS!

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  8. Great idea, Jill. Thanks for showing us this album.

    Marilyn

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  9. Wow, what a great idea! And no need for protectors!

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  10. Great idea, your page and cards are great! I really should be doing more digi!

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  11. Lobely cards and great album for your granddaughter. I am sure she loves it.

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  12. I love how you made the page for the album. I am sure your granddaughter will surely enjoy it.

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  13. I love to make digital/hybrid cards this way. Yours are great clean and simple layouts. Thank you for showing the method you use digital to make the 6x6 page and binding. I'll have to use it.

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  14. Great Layouts. This will make such a nice little album.

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  15. What a great idea to print your digi LO at 6x6 onto 8.5x11. I can't wait to see the finished album!

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  16. The cards a just lovely but I was wow'd by the scrapbook tutorial! Genius doesn't do it justice!

    Blessings,
    Melitta

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  17. I love your idea for a mini book printing on regular paper. Very clever!

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  18. Beautiful...thank you for the tip on printing and hole punching the page...great idea.

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  19. Nice technique and great cards. tfs.

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  20. You are really rolling along on this digital stuff. So great to have another method of crafting. Lovely cards.

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  21. Lovely cards and layout Jill! I love the idea for a hybrid album.

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  22. Brilliant idea for making a spine on the printed layout!

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