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Saturday, 1 December 2018

Interactive page for an album using Legacy Keeper Wallet dies from Tonic Studios

WOW 1st December sneaked up way too fast ... shocked as forgot to get both myself and hubster an advent calendar. However last year we kept forgetting to open the doors on time and ended up stock piling chocolate, which in turn meant we felt a wee bit guilty eating it all at once, so put some aside .... to ... stockpile again 😂😆😋 Latter probably explains why I didn't remember advent calendars this year ....

This post is all about the Legacy Keeper Wallet dies from Tonic Studios and how you can use them to create interactive pages in your albums. Advance warning that this is quite a long post with lots of photographs and a video tutorial ...

Sneak peek of the projects I am going to share in this post ...


Recently I have been asked to explain how I made the interactive page for an album, using the Legacy Keeper Wallet dies, which was shown in the launch shows on Hochanda. My original blog post can be found HERE and explains how I made the page using photographs. Here's a few refresher photos of the album & page I made, (loads more in original blog post), ...


I did begin by trying to write out some instructions but found the task was becoming too laborious and also a wee bit confusing to follow. Whilst doing this task, I was asked to make an album, for a male (eeeekkkkkk) ....... however ..... that in turn created a 'light bulb' moment -  why not use the Legacy Keeper Wallet dies to create one of the pages and share the making process - B I N G O !

Here's version 2 of the page in my new album ...


I have created a video showing my thought processes (ramblings) and how I made an interactive page using the legacy Keeper Wallet dies, without having to then stick this page on to a larger page/mat etc. In other words, making it a page, in an album, in it's own right.

Here's page version 3 which I show how to make in the video ...



The link to the video is HERE ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6-gAYdDZok&t=19s ) and if you have any further questions or need additional information, please either leave me a message on this post or pop over to my Facebook or Instagram pages - links in side bar - and I will get back to you.

Thank you ever so much for taking the time to watch the video and I'm off to finish making the video which shows you the next stage.

Lou
x x x

1 comment:

KarinsArtScrap said...

Lou that looks great and beautiful
Gr Karin