Home Sweet Home mini album tutorial

How to make Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home scrapbook mini photo album.
Click this link to watch:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pj3eyi1mGw

You will need: 
Graphic 45 - Home Sweet Home Collection - 12 x 12 Paper Pad
 

2 sheet   12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Granny's Quilt
 1 sheet   12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - My Sunshine
1 sheet  
12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Home Sweet Home
2 sheets  12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Garden Fresh
2 sheets 
12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Farmers Market
Home Sweet Home Collection - Die Cut Chipboard Tags - One
Home Sweet Home Collection - Die Cut Chipboard Tags - Two
27 sheets black card stock
Scrap piece of yellow card stock
4 1/2 x 6 1/2 piece of red card stock
Heartfelt Creations cling rubber stamp - Tattered Blossoms

Heartfelt Creations  -Tattered Blossoms die
Heartfelt Creations Cling Rubber Stamp -Classic Leaf
Heartfelt creations Classic Leaf Die
Ticket Corner punch.
Scalloped Borders Two Card Creator dies.Anna Griffin - Flourish Emblem dieMartha Stewart Punch, Deco Shells
Spellbinders -Garden Weave die
Ten  6mm x 1mm disc magnets
Two 15 x 1 mm disc magnets
26 inches  red satin ribbon
1 1/2 inch wideGingham ribbon  in 3 colors
    60" of red.
    60" green.
    35" blue
Acid free glue
Acid free spray glue
Score tape
Glossy accents
Liquid perfect pearls - Buttercup
Tyvek -envelope
Link to Hearfelt Creations Flower shaping tutorial

https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/howto?view=videos&videoID=70


28 comments:

  1. Hello, Terry! What material you used for hardbacks? Sorry for my english c:

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    1. Hi Danica, I use chipboard.
      http://www.createforless.com/Paper-Accents-Chipboard-12-x-12-in.-52-pt.-Extra-Heavy-Natural/pid118301.aspx

      :-) -Terry

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  2. Thank you for taking the time to make a video so complete and informative. I have followed this video to create my first mini album. I have all the pages finished and I was wondering how to attach them. Just glue them to the hinges? I also have another question regarding the cover. Do you ever seal the cover? It seems like they would be ruined by a few drops of water or dirty fingers!

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    1. That's right Jessica, Just glue the hinges. :) That's what I do. And to your second question: I don't seal the cover. I just make sure my hands are clean and dry when I'm handling my albums. But feel free to do so if you would like too.
      Thank you for your nice compliments and for your questions.
      -Terry

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  3. I am unable to locate the measurements of the spine and covers cut from the chip board. Can you direct me to which video I should concentrate on please?

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pj3eyi1mGw
      The tutorial video (link above)
      I tell the measurements just before I start putting the cover together. It's about 1:59 mins into the video.
      You cut 4 pieces of heavy chipboard 9 1/4" x 7 1/4", and 2 pieces 9 1/4" x 2 3/4"

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  4. Can you tell me where to buy this stuffs in indian link.I really like to do this...so please help me.And by the way that is great work.

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  5. Hi Vaishnavi, I have no idea where to buy the supplies in India. I suggest you search for it on the internet, and have it shipped to you in India.
    Thank you,
    Terry

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  6. Hi Terry!
    about 1:30:35 into the video you start adding your designer paper and you add two black corner die cuts. Can you tell me who makes those? I looked in the supply list and I dont see that particular one. Maybe Im just over looking it? Thanks-awesome tutorial!

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    1. Hi Kj,
      I showed how to cut those with a Spellbinders -Garden Weave die, earlier(36:51)in the tutorial. :)

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  7. Hi Terry, Lovely work! I´m lost finding page 4, can you tell me where it is? Thanks.

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    1. Hi Pedro,
      Page 4 is exactly like the inside front cover. Only the patterned papers are different. So if you have cut out the 9x7, the 5 1/2 x 7 1/2, and 2 spellbinders garden weave corner pieces, your all set until it's time to put on the patterned papers. In the video I show the patterned papers I used at 1:47:52 (timeing on the video). It doesn't stay on the screen long, so it helps to pause the video at that point so you can take your time to see it. It also might help for you to go to : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DgPkt-nOrY
      and see the page at 3:53 (timeing on the video)
      My apologies for that tutorial being so rough.

      Let me know if you have more questions.
      -Terry

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  9. Thank you very much! Keep doing such wonderful work.

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  10. Thank you so much for this awesome video.
    I have started making my very first album according to your tutorial and I have all my black cardstocks ready. How do I glue the Graphic 45 papers on them? It doesn't show on the video and I wonder what are the measurements and how do I glue them after all the black pockets are already glued.
    Thank you :)

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    1. Hi Rivi. Glue the patterned papers on as you would glue any paper to another paper. Put glue around the edge and some in the middle. In the video I tell you to cut The patterned papers 1/4" smaller than the place you want to put them. So if your covering a pocket front that is 5" x 3" you cut the paper 4 3/4" x 2 3/4". To put the patterned paper behind a pocket, you slide it down into the pre assembled pocket. That works better than gluing the pocket on top of the patterned paper because it covers the inward folded parts of the black cardstock pocket front, so what ever you insert into the finished pocket won't get caught on them. It will slid smoothly in and out.

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    2. Thank you very much for your answer :)

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  12. Hi Terry, I loved your video. Why not write the dimensions of each piece you use with white ink? Or with a post it. It might save some confusion for folks like me. Also what is the product name of the glue you used? It seems you have a lot of confidence in its stickiness! The big question is where or where to get the magnets??? I've searched to no avail! I loved the way you used them. Also the wax paper tricks. Thanks in advance for your help.
    Iris S.

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    1. Hi Iris,
      I'll keep your suggestions in mind for my next tutorial.
      I changed glues reciently, I use this glue: http://www.joann.com/sobo-premium-craft-glue-8-oz/7296510.html?mkwid=t2hLbYPs|dc&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=&utm_campaign=Shopping+-+Scrapbooking&CS_003=10131488&CS_010=%5BProductId%5D&gclid=CJvvmtD2qs0CFdgIgQodRNwIaQ

      I changed glues reciently
      Here are some magnets: http://www.ebay.com/itm/50-X-N52-Super-Strong-Mini-Round-Disc-Magnets-6mm-x-1mm-Rare-Earth-Neodymium-Lot-/300979087438?hash=item4613c0684e:g:6P4AAOxyu~lSSPbY

      Thank you!
      -Terry

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  13. I am so excited to start making 2 of these albums that will be identical. My son will be moving out in a few months, so it will contain some of his favorites. And mine I have to have because it is awesome!!!! I've looked at several different recipe albums, but yours is the most beautiful by far.

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    1. What a great idea for your son. And I'm tickled that you want to make an extra for your self!...lol Thank you so much for your sweet comment. ((HUGS))

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  14. Hello Terry. Im Agata and I came from Poland.
    At first sorry for mistakes because my English is not very well.
    You make beautiful albums. I watched YouTube tutorial and I want to make album like this. ..I want to try:-)
    I have one question about pieces from black card stock. What grammage should be this black cards? If 160 g/m2 is suitable or 170 or 220?
    I would be grateful for your answer.




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    1. Hello Agulek, I use 80lb textured card stock. I believe that is similar to 165 GSM , if the chart I looked at is correct. :)
      I hope you have fun making the album!! ((HUGS))

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  15. Hallo Terrys dein Album ist sehr schön das Tutorial ist super. Möchte das Album gerne nachmachen leider kann ich kein Englisch.Ich kann leider deine ganze Maße nicht nachvollziehen.Vielleicht könntest du mir die Maße und die Material Liste per Email schicken. Ich könnte mir das über Google Übersetzten lassen.Lieben Grüße Monika aus Deutschland.

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    1. Hi Monika, I have the internet translate comments like yours that are in a language other than English. English is my only language. So that would be my suggestion. type : Convert inches to centimeters (In your own language) into search it's a handy tool. Or buy a ruler with inches on it.
      I hope that helps! Thank you for your interest in my tutorial! ~ Terry

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  16. Hi Monika, I have the internet translate comments like yours that are in a language other than English. English is my only language. So that would be my suggestion. type : Convert inches to centimeters (In your own language) into search it's a handy tool. Or buy a ruler with inches on it.
    I hope that helps! Thank you for your interest in my tutorial! ~ Terry

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