Thursday, 23 June 2016

Flag Book Photo folio

Hello,

"We don't remember dates, we remember moments" - Cesare Pavese.
Why not to capture those sweet memories in a photo folio.
So I've decided to make a Flag Book this time, just to see how it would turn out.
Then I took  Damask Delight pattern paper by Papericious, they seemed like perfect papers for this project.

     



For this I have taken 2 chipboards, and covered them with two papers from the pack.
 I have used some embellishments like a bicycle die- cut, beautiful laces which are going well with the pattern papers I have used, then a butterfly sticker, some pearls, and a sentiment which is also distressed with Blaze from Artistry Ink.
Then I pasted the fanfold cardstock in alignment with the chipboards.



Next, taken 16 flaps for the flag and covered them from both the sides with the pattern paper from the same collection (It can take upto 32 pics) and pasted them on the fanfolded cardstock.



Another look from inside. Here there is a sentiment which is also distressed and embellished with some buttons.


Bought papericious paper(Damask Delight),Die- cuts from Enogreeting papers and artistry ink from the CraftAdda Store.



Linking this to Papericious Challenge -




I hope you all like this project. Keep visiting.
Kriti





13 comments:

  1. nice colour combination and nice style!!!

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  2. Fantastic book! I really love how interactive you have made this and your reds and black are striking! So glad you joined our Monday challenge at Simon Says Stamp this week!

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    1. Thank you Maura for appreciating with such good and sweet words...

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  3. Fantastic project Kriti! I loved looking at the pages and the way you embellished them! Thank you so much for playing along the recipe themed June challenge over at Papericious and all the best! ^__^ <3

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    1. Thanks Halak,papers were so cute that it was so fun to make this.

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  4. Very pretty creation, Kriti. Love the way you have embellished the insides. Lovely work!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Papericious! Good luck!

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  5. So pretty n great idea.
    Thanks for joining us at Papericious monthly challenge

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  6. Your pretty red paper sets off the vintage bicycle perfectly! Sweet card! So glad you joined us at the Paper Players!

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  7. What an amazing project! Love the sentiments too.Thanks for playing along with the tic tac toe challenge at The Paper Players this week!

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  8. Very cool project! This looks like it was a lot of fun to create! Thanks for sharing this with the Paper Players this week!

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