Nov 27, 2015

Flip n Fold 3D Album-Heartfelt Creations

Happy Black Friday to all the Heartfelt Creations Fans out there! Today is a really special day for Heartfelt Creations as we have an amazing release for you today.

The 3D Flip n Fold Albums, the Pocket and Flip n Fold Inserts along with fabulous border dies are all being released to you today! How Awesome is that.

So here is my album with the Everyday Heros Collection


and a few detail images before the video




and to make things easier, here is a video i put together as a walk through my album


HCDP1-253-Everyday Heros Paper Collection
HCGA1-430 - 3D Flip n Fold Album in Kraft
HCFP1-433-3 Pocket and Flipfold Inserts Kraft
HCFP1-435-3 Pocket and Flipfold Insert - Kraft
HCFP!-434-3 Pocket and Flipfold Inserts - Kraft
HCD1-757 - Leafy Branch Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3644 Birds and Blooms Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3645 Leafy Branch Die
HCD1-761-Everyday Heros Die
HCPC-3666- Everyday Hero Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3665 - Everyday Newsprint Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-778 - Fleur Borders and Pockets Die
HCD1-779- Regal Borders and Pockets Die
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
HCST1-401- Deluxe Flower  Shaping Tool Kit
486890 - Bottle Cap Inc Vintage Magnets
Other Materials: Prima Trim; Mini Brads, Craft Medley Beads; Bazzill cardstock; Tim Holtz Metal Bracket; Vintage Photo Distress Ink; Tahiti Chalk Ink; white cardstock. Peeled Paint Distress Ink. 

Watch the video here on the Everyday Heros Die: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyQlILTRsTI

Instructions: Cover outside of album with papers from collection. Be sure to add ribbon or time to bottom of papers prior to adhering to album cover.  Using two card panels ( 1 6x6, 1 A2 panel) ink edges.  Cut two sets of border die and do a opposite cut to create a banner as shown, Adhere to cover as shown.  Pop card panels on top of cover. Cut a Everyday Heros die out on white card, stamp sentiment with black ink; stamp and cut smaller sentiment with tahiti chalk ink. Cut stamp and mold birds and blooms and leafy branch with black ink on white card. Colour blossoms with tahiti chalk ink and colour leaves with peeled paint distress ink.  Stamp the everyday hero newsprint image onto white card with black ink, and cut to 3x3.5 and adhere to front of small card panel on cover.  Attach brads to white everyday hero die and layer on top of card panel. Cut and Stamp banner on kraft card with black ink lightly colour with vintage photo distress ink and dab a bit of tahiti chalk ink for detail.  Cut out HCD1778 on black card and tuck in under A2 card panel.  As for inside of album, cover the flip n folds with desired papers be sure to add your magnets where needed. Cut desired papers for album pages, adhere flip n folds to papers, then adhere to album pages. Cut out pocket and border die on black cardstock and use on various pages to tuck in tags and photo mats. Cut out Everyday Hero die and coordinating stamps for inside of album if you desire. Add your photos and mat them if you like.  

20 comments:

  1. Brilliant Karan! What a wonderful album!!

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  2. Great album Karan! You used the Everyday Hero collection beautifully with this new release!

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    1. Thank you Robin, it is one of my favorites :D

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  3. Beautiful, you are so talented!

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  4. Hey Karan. Awesome job on the album. Also, the walkthrough was great because it helped me to better see how it was put together and it got me very excited about some new products that are being released. Thank you much for doing this!

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    1. You are so welcome Sophia, thank you for dropping by

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  5. Such a beautiful album!! Love all the pretty details! Hugs!

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  6. Beautifully done, Karan! Love the video!
    Hugs,
    Tracey

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  7. Hi, you shine with this one! Thanks for the inspiration. Inky hugs

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  8. Hello
    I love this album, and the Everyday Heroes collections. You make it so nice, and beautyful. I can`t tell you how many times I looking at this you tube video, many, many times.......

    You do a grate work, I love it.
    I want to make something like this by myself.

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Thank you for dropping by today I really appreciate your comments.

Karan