Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Memory Book 1 - Seaside Album (part 1) - TONIC THROWBACK TUESDAY

Yep, still going through all my projects that I've yet to share and found all these photos. I made the album for the launch of the Tonic Studios Memory Book 1 die collection. I've split the posts otherwise it would be too photo heavy and way toooooooo long 😉

Below is the albums front cover and I have gone for a sea theme - I am very partial to anything nautical whether blinked to the beach or underwater. I've created the album body using the biggest die and all the pages have been attached using a spine, (my preferred way).

The photo below shows all the pages plus the spine (top view)

  Front cover close ups:

Back cover plus closure:

Inside cover plus first page. Also showing the notebook that sits in the band plus a mini book that sits in top opening of the first page.

Second page with flap closed and then opened:

Third page with flap closed and then flap opened:

On my next Tonic Throwback Tuesday post, I'll share the rest of the book with you. If you would like to see a video of the book which Jodie Johnson shared on her 'Making Memories with Jodie' Facebook page, here is the link -

This was a fabulous project to make and I can totally understand why the dies 'flew out' the door on their launch. Will try and link all the products used at the bottom of this post.

Until next Tuesday,

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Products used (& links):
Tonic Studios Memory Book Maker - Base Creator Die Set
                         Craft Perfect                            CraftPerfect                     Craft Perfect
                        Super Smooth                           Jet Black                          Brick Red

Craft Perfect by Tonic Studios Ultra Smooth Card (5pk)Craft Perfect by Tonic Studios A4 Weave Textured Card (10pk) - Jet BlackCraft Perfect by Tonic Studios A4 Classic Card Brick Red | Pack of 5




KarinsArtScrap said...

this looks great Lou and fab papers
Gr Karin

Michelle M said...

I loved this album when I saw it on Hochanda, it was one of the main reasons that I bought the dies.

Do you know where the beach hut paper was from?


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