Hello Happy Crafters!
I’m super excited to announce that there is a brand new set of Drop Ins available! AND a fun new mini album that is the perfect place to display them!
I had so much fun getting to play with Graphic 45′s recently re-release Magic of Oz collection. The perfect collection to bring these Drop Ins to life!
The tutorial comes with two PDF files (instant downloads!) Use the Cutting Guide to prep your materials, then use the full color photo, step-by-step instruction file to assemble the project.
AND!! The Cutting Guide includes all of the foundation mats and sizes AND the sizes of all of the pattern/cardstock mats used to decorate this complete project. So you can substitute in any paper collection you like!
This digital tutorial comes in three versions:
Mini Album + Drop Ins 4 COMBO: The combo tutorial has it ALL! You will learn how to make this fun, chunky mini AND all five new Drop Ins. You can snag the tutorial here: https://etsy.me/32eAyM5
Or maybe you just want to make the new Drop Ins. I’ve got you covered!
Not familiar with Drop Ins? These are fun, easy to make little units, created and decorated entirely separately from your mini book (or greeting card) project, then simply attached to a plain mini book page to add some easy, interactive fun!
They work great on the front of a greeting card, too! Add a few photos, a gift card, and it’s like giving a little folio giftie to a friend or loved one.
This series comes with five new Drop Ins. Every drop in is a unique construction. They come in all shapes and sizes. You can mix, match, add them to whatever project you like!
The earlier series were featured in a bigger, 6″ x 8″ album. This time around, I designed a slightly smaller mini album to showcase the Drop Ins. (But don’t worry, it’s still super chunky!)
You may notice – this mini is styled after the Chunky Recipe Book mini album I designed earlier this year. This version is smaller, so you get more mileage out of your 12×12 papers when decorating, and the page folders have been slightly altered so the Drop Ins will fit.
Check out the walk-through of the complete project here:
I hope you give this mini and these fun little interactive units a try!
Have questions? I’m always happy to help. You can reach me at email@example.com