Picture heavy! is one that I have never done before, but as Cathy at Paper Garden Projects had the template and cutting files HERE, (which includes instructions and photos) I thought at least I would try, and I really had fun doing it, not difficult at all, in fact quite easy and quick, the hardest part was choosing which of her beautiful papers to use.
I took photos of how I did it and then part of the way through my camera battery gave out, so I haven't shown how I placed the papers or how they cut out, but I am sure 99% of you would know how anyway. Here goes.
|Placing the folded first page to the hinge|
|glue added to fold it over the hinge to hide it, I nearly always use PVA glue for my projects and cards.|
|glued and first part of the hinge hidden|
|second page added|
|repeat as for first page, ensuring you don't glue onto the space, left for adding embellishments inside.|
|first and second page completed.|
|All pages added and showing the space left between each page for inside embellishments|
http://www.thecraftgarden.blogspot.ca/2014/03/march.html Pastel colours - Yep!
http://craftyhazelnutspatternedpaper.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/craftyhazelnuts-patterned-paper-march.html Patterned paper - Yep!
http://whimsiedoodles.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/new-challenge-abc-anything-but-card-and.html Anything but a card - Yep
http://www.hidinginmycraftroom.com/2014/03/himcr-139-spring-colors.html Spring Colours - Yep!
http://thedoodlegarden.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/doodle-garden-challenge-1-anything-goes.html Anything Goes Yep!
http://thedoodlegarden.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/doodle-garden-challenge-1-anything-goes.html G for Girls - Yep!