Sunday, March 13, 2011

Chipboard Album - Tennessee Vacation

This was such an exciting project for me to do. It is a 6 x 12 chipboard album, made from 12 x12 sheets of chipboard. I cut them in half on my trimmer, then covered in patterned paper, and then rounded all the corners. Since I had planned on doing a full page album, I had all my pics printed in 4x6 and wanted to use them all, so I had to come up with ways to conceal pictures in the album...and so it became an interactive book. The file folders you see on various pages were welded in design studio and flip down to show more pics. I used a variety of cartridges in this project too, but mostly Graphically Speaking...looooooooooove this cartridge. The go karts were made in design studio as well, as I didn't have a cut that really resembled a go kart. I apologize for so many pictures, but I am thrilled with the outcome and wanted to share the whole project with you all. Thanks for looking


Michelle said...

I love, love, love the way you did your pictures. The file folder putting pictures inside the folder. You had one that look like the picture was a pocket and inside was another picture. I am so inspired to finish my graduation album. Thank you, do you mind if I scraplift the ideas?

Scrapping Cat said...

Michelle...lift to see it when its done :)

Brenda said...