Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Boxed Album

Hi Friends,
These days scrapbooking is so in... personalise gifting is another trend people are opting for...
My this new project is a combination of both. A personalise Scrapbook.
A very good added feature to this Scrapbook is, its a boxed Scrapbook... Lets have a look...



The box is made out of chipboard. The 'XOXO' on the top of the box is cut using my priceless possession 'Silhouette Cameo 2'. (Though the cut file is not mine but taken from the internet). Few XOXO are highlighted with the different pattern papers used inside the album. Flowers used are ready mulberry flowers & foam flowers with satin leaves. The edges are finished with adhesive rhinestones.


Let's check the inside...


When opened, the sides of the box fall off. There are 6 pages bind to the each sides. The inside of the lid is used to keep the tags. These can be used to write messages...


Every page has a sliding photo mat within it. 



The complete look... This album holds 44 photographs & 12 tags.



The center pages...



The tags on the center pages....
The roses and leaves are stamped (using distress inks) separately and die cut using coordinating dies.  



The inside of the box base too has similar tags...



The ribbon to hold the tags in place is made using MS border punch and pattern paper scraps...

All the tags are die cuts...


This project is inspired from the similar projects from fellow crafters... thanks to all of them!!!

Material Used:

  1. Grafix Chipboard, Natural, Medium Wt.
  2. DCWV Fresh Floral Stack
  3. Afrocat's wrapping Paper Book
  4. Martha Stewart Edge Punch - Arch Lattice
  5. Spellbinders - Lacey Ovals Die (for tags)
  6. Clearly Besotted LOVE QUOTES clear stamp set & coordinating dies
  7. Distress Inks - Wild Honey, Salty Ocean, Festive Berries, Mowed Lawn, Scattered Straw, Spun Sugar
  8. Plain coloured paper 80 - 100gsm
  9. Black CS 250gsm
  10. Adhesive Rhinestone
  11. Red tacky tape
  12. SDI corner punch - L size
Hope you all like the project... Kindly live some love below...

Love Gopi

2 comments:

  1. This is a very very awesome project... now you need to teach me this!! Very colorful and lovely!

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  2. Oh wow! This is gorgeous. :)

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