HFC Flip Fold Album Meets G45 Nature's Sketchbook

Hello everyone!

Today I am sharing with you a series of five classes to complete a large project that takes time to put together. We are taking the Heartfelt Creations Flip Fold Album and six packs of their inserts along with Graphic 45's "Nature's Sketchbook" paper collection to create a beautiful interactive album.

This 3 1/2" thick album is filled with interactive pages using the HFC insert kits. The wonderful thing about these inserts is that they can be folded, combined and inserted, in many different ways! And the gorgeous Graphic 45's Nature's Sketchbook is perfect to create an album for any theme.


The classes will ALL be held on Tuesday Evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm at SBEBC's Studio!
June 27th
July 4th...
July 25th
Aug 1st
Aug 8th

Cost for entire 5 series class: $195 + GST (includes over $100 in product!)...that's like only paying $19 per class!

For the first 4 classes:
Paper trimmer, scissors, black or gray marker (to run along paper edge to hide white paper core), ruler, pencil, scissors, craft knife/exactor knife, Cutting mat, bone folder, liquid glue, double sided adhesive (recommending score tape for this project), small post-it-notes, and a little notebook.

For the fifth/final class: bring in addition to the above Homework given at class 4 (fussy cut butterflies), black 3D foam tape or Squares, and a Xyron Sticker Maker if you have one.

I took over 50 photographs of this project, and obviously I can't post them all, but I am including the pages below and leaving out the photos that show the details and interactive parts. Once I get my iPad working properly, I will add a video of the entire project and the interactive details.

So grab your favorite beverage, or a chocolate bar, and enjoy the following pics.

It is a lot of fun to add the very last thing, before photos that is, to this album. All the fussy cut butterflies! A person could always add them after the photos are put in if you wish. I loved the idea of gluing two mirror imaged butterflies together at the end of each ribbon. That will help to keep the ribbon from fraying with use.

(spot for future video)

So, thank you for joining me at a look of this fun project, and see some of you in class!

Happy creating!

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