Sunday 22 October 2023

Autumn Passions

 Good morning and a very happy Sunday. Today I'm sharing a small mini album made with the beautiful Autumn Passions collection from Relatively Thoughtful.

Again I've followed a Paul Lang Ford tutorial and I will put a link at the bottom of the post.

This is quite a small album, it's 6.25 x 4.25.

It has 6 tag pocket pages. If you pop across to Papercrafting With Paul he'll show you exactly how they are made.

The tags have been cut with the large G45 die and then turned into pockets.

I've used some of the images from the many cut apart sheets to make a pocket and a tuck spot.

I've put the tuck spot on the front cover and it will take 3x4 photos.
The pocket is on the back cover and will store 6x4 photos.
And just to prove it, look who's here again!
These are my 6 tags. Don't all these papers work beautifully together?
I've used a die to cut the slits into the paper so that you can change your photos around.
I've cut some of the images from the cut apart sheets to 3x4, and put them in place. That way you know where not to put your glue when you stick your paper to the base tag.

Such beautiful papers.

And I love the little pocket on the reverse. This will take 4x3 photos too.
Paul really is a genius when he designs his albums. He really knows how the get the most from the papers.

If I had to choose I think this is my favourite page.
I've die cut, then stamped and embossed loads of leaves for my front cover. I've also used some Little Birdie flowers that you can find in the store, together with images and a sentiment from the cut apart sheets.

Of course, I had to use some sequins and Glossy Accents too!
As always the collections are available here in Sally's store in both digital and physical paper versions.

There is new inspiration every day from my teamies and myself on our social pages.

For the full step-by-step guide on how to make this fabulous album please visit Paul's social pages.

I hope you like my album, why not have a go and make one for yourself.
Take care and have a very happy week!