Today we're exploring Designing a Photo Tag Book with Stampin'Up! Abstract Beauty Collection! If you joined us Tuesday you saw a pretty cute card designed by Valerie Eilman with the Abstract Beauty Collection of products including the Hello Beautiful bundle. If you missed it check it out here https://www.sandilovesstamping.com/2022/03/creating-with-stampinup-hello-beautiful-abstract-beauty-designer-paper.html
Valerie is one of our Dream Team designers and today she's created a beautiful Photo Tag Book using the same basic supplies as she used for the card.
A tag book is simply a group of tags designed to hold photos (usually of the same theme) held together with a binder ring. This is an excellent way to display your photos or to give them as a small memory album gift. They are compact and can be casually displayed on your coffee table, on your desk or even tucked in your bag for easy retrieval to show your friends.
Here's Valerie's tag book... Page 1 Front
Page 1 back & Page 2 front...
Page 4 back, page 5 front...
Page 5 back, page 6 front
Page 6 back, page 7 front
Page 7 back, page 8 front...
Flip a layer
Page 8 back, page 9 front...
Page 9 back, page 10 front
What a fun way to store those memories!
Directions for creating this tag book are provided below. Because of the number of tags the specific directions are provided as a download for easy retrieval and storage if you want to create one of these for your own. Additionally a link is provided to view the individual tags up close for re-creating.
Remember: If you use this month's host code (VF9RTPMM) you can earn $5 in Stampin'Up! product (I choose) for every $50 in product that you order (excludes shipping & tax).
*Use a binder ring (generic office supply store) to hold the pages.
*Notch the corners at the top of each tag and punch holes at the top middle with paper hole punch.
*The last page is chipboard from packaging.
*Unless otherwise noted, all stamping is done in Tuxedo Black Momento ink.
*All pictures are 3x4 with a mat size of 3 1/4 X 4 1/4.
*Tip for attaching vellum ephemera – use a glue dot behind solid image to hide the adhesive. E.g. 3 heart vellum pieces, use a glue dot behind one of the hearts.
Click here to download the directions and the link to the photos Download Tag Book Directions
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