Just going through the things on my To Do list this morning! I wanted to share with you all a little project that I finished last night using some of the new Tim Holtz Idea-ology pieces! Yahoooo! Love them!
My friend Fiona sent me an antique photo album this week. I was so intrigued with how the bookmakers made the pages for the pictures that I knew immediately I needed to give this little album a try.
Here's The Amazing Older One...
Here is my take on this very cool photo book.....
Here is a video on how the pages were made.....
Supplies Used Can Be Found at Inspiration Emporium.
Thanks for Coming By! Have an Awesome Day!
The Gentleman Crafter
Wow, that's so cool. Loving it!. Have a good weekend.ReplyDelete
Wow, I love it! I'll definitely have to make one of these. There are plenty of possiblities by changing the size and shapes of the apertures. Thanks for the video Jim. Enjoy your weekend.ReplyDelete
This is cool! I love it! Tims "French Industrial" collection is my favourite collection EVER!ReplyDelete
Fab-O My Friend!!!!!ReplyDelete
I've got just pictures for an album like this.
I knew you'd figure out how to make the little photo book...just didn't expect it so soon...LOL!!! I love everything about your little book! Thank you sooooo much for the video, too!!!ReplyDelete
I love it, I can see all different uses for this book to. Leave it to Jim, he can figure out anything! Thanks for the great tutorial.ReplyDelete
Another great idea and another fab tutorial, thanks Jim I can use this for all those little photos I have hanging around that are too small to go in a regular album.ReplyDelete
Oh wow! I am one happy camper with this. I have so many old photos and this is just the thing I could do. ThanksReplyDelete
Really love it, what a fabulous idea!ReplyDelete
so coool Sir Jim, going to do this for my dogs photos love itReplyDelete
So Cool! Love it. You are so creative. Thanks for sharing the video too.ReplyDelete
Omg!!!!!! Amazing!!!! Love your album. My friend and I are loving your blog Jim - we are spreading the word amongst our fellow English crafter friends about your blog - such inspirational projects - Keep up the good work and Carry on Crafting xReplyDelete
Thank god for your wonderful creative mind, It is so kind of you to share it. I love the way your mind works and the gorgeous inspiration. Thank you so much for sharing.xReplyDelete
Awesome!!! ox MargReplyDelete
You are keeping me sooooo busy Mr. Jim!!!! Another project I gotta do! Love it!ReplyDelete
So different. Love the way the pictures are displayed. ... and thanks for the tip on the knobs at HL. I ran right over there. Enjoy your weekend.ReplyDelete
It's so cute. Love how it only took you 8 minutes to do pages, I know it will be an ALL day project when I sit down to do it. It would make a great baby gift...not that any of my friends are having babies these days.ReplyDelete
Really cool! I can't wait to try this concept.ReplyDelete
Love it! Just too cool! Hugs, TheresaReplyDelete
Great cover ! I Got some of those new Idealogy embellishments, they are awesome, so fun !!ReplyDelete
This looks stunning!! thanks for sharing the video....greetings from the Netherlands...Francien.ReplyDelete
Amazing! My great grandma had an 8x10 book like that - covered in Red velvet with kind of a hinge clasp for closing. I could look at that album for hours!! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Another GREAT and stunning project you have done Jim!!! I love to art journal but I am tempted to try this!! Thanks again for showing us your wonderful talent.ReplyDelete
Jim, not only do I appreciate your posting of your book but thanks for the wonderful recall of memories as I looked at it. I remember the picture books that laid around and how the photos were in the oval layouts. As the song goes "thanks for the memories!"ReplyDelete
Hmmm... I love them both! I will watch the video a little later, as I have so many things to finish up today!!!ReplyDelete
What a great project. So cool to see your inspiration and the way you translated it into your own book.ReplyDelete
Love this, thanks for the easy to follow tutorial, your instructions were great. I have been well and truly inspired and you have given me a great idea for a pressie for my hubby!! Have a great day Jim. Maddy xReplyDelete
You really are amazing! Such a gorgeous finished project. Someday, many years from now, some crafter of the future will study your album and figure out how to make one. That is so cool!ReplyDelete