Saturday, 20 September 2014

"Come Away With Me" File Folder Folio #5

It seems strange to be posting this project now, since I had completed this folio a couple of months ago. But now I've taught the class and can go ahead and post it for the File Folder Folio enthusiasts. Thank you for liking them so much.

This one is a little thicker than some of the previous ones, so I recommend that you don't use heavy cardstock when making this folio. If you are using the same paper as I did for this project, may I also recommend that you use a kraft file folder. They are amongst the recycled folders. The colours will fit much better than the stark contrast of black with these paper colours.

With this folio you will have filled your first Folio Storage Box, and you can make another one for more Folios to come.

I hope that you will have fun constructing this project. Here are a few photos, and a walk-through video tour of the project.

Using Graphic 45's "Come Away With Me" collection makes this folio a perfect one to keep a record of your Summer vacation to share with family and friends.

There is a ton of photo space as well as plenty of journaling space to share your vacation experiences in this folio. And now for the walk-through video tour. You must excuse the music that ended up over my voice at the beginning. Something went wrong when uploading I guess, because it wasn't like that when I edited the video. Again my apologies.

TO PURCHASE click here to link to my Zibbet store to find this project.
Most days I check for purchases several times a day, unless I am out, and once I've been notified by PayPal, I will email you your purchased instructions.

Thank you for stopping by today, and for watching the video.

Coming soon File Folder Folio #7 with a Thanksgiving or Autumn theme. (Then comes a Christmas project) 

Happy papercrafting!


Saturday, 13 September 2014

Make an Album with Magazine Envelopes and Lots of Tags!


This album is easy and fun to construct! it has several interactive components that makes it an enjoyable album to fill with photos and share the photos.

Completed it measures 11 1/2"w x 10"h x 3"d and has several pockets, a variety of tags in a variety of sizes, and has pages large enough for mini-layouts. Most of your photos won't even have to be cropped if you don't want to.

The generous 3/8" space between the seven pages allows for the additional thickness one photos are added, and even some thicker kinds of embellishment.

For my version, I used 2 packs of Fancy Pants "Burlap & Bouquets" and 2 packs of Kaisercraft "The Looking Glass".  I still have enough left for a small project. The size and pockets make this an ideal album for a wedding, even if I didn't think to use wedding related paper.

I'm not going to post my 25 photos, but will share with you the walk-through tour video so that you can see all the details of this album. So enjoy!

TO PURCHASE click here to link to my Zibbet store to find this project.
Most days I check for purchases several times a day, unless I am out, and once I've been notified by PayPal, I will email you your purchased instructions.

Thank you for stopping by, and for watching the video. I'm looking forward to the next project! A Christmas one!

Happy papercrafting!


Sunday, 31 August 2014

New Zibbet Is Up And Running!

Just letting you all know that the New Zibbet is up and running! That means that my Zibbet storefront is now available for shopping!

Once I've received notification from PayPal that your payment has gone through I will email you your ordered instructions.

Happy papercrafting!

Friday, 29 August 2014

Hanging Calendar Mini in a Box

The new "Hanging Calendar Mini in a Box" is now available for you to make as a great gift for any ocassion or to keep for your own personal use!

Here are a few photos to show you this unique Mini-Album.

The following photos are a collage of the page as seen before flipping down the flap, after flipping it down, and with the tag pulled out a little so you can see the paper used on the tag. I will not post all the months as that would be 12 photos! But you an see them all in the video walk-through futher on down in the post.

Here is a quick video walk-through of the project.

To purchase these instructions, check out my online store, on
Most days I check for purcahses several times a day, unless I am out, and once I've been notified by PayPal, I will email you your purchased instructions.

Thank you for stopping by today to have a look at this latest project that you too can create.

Happy papercrafting!

Thursday, 28 August 2014

NEED YOUR HELP - Never Ending Flip Folio

Hi Everyone,

No one likes to admit to mistakes, but I need your help.

For those of you that have purchased instrutions and made the Never Ending Flip Folio, I need your help. Would you please email me at - - if you had any problems with everything lining up properly in concstucting the folio. 

There are differences in the written instructions and the video instructions. I try hard to not make mistakes and correct them, but no one is perfect. I need to be sure that this project fits together like it should for everyone. If you have had difficulties getting things to line up properly you could help me with this by letting me know what those problems were, so I know what I need to do to be sure everyone's project ends up like it should, that would be great. I would like to be sure everything is correct ASAP.

Thank you for your help,

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Sneak Peak & Guesses

Good Day Everyone!

Sharing with you a sneak peak of the next Paper Architecture project! My goal is to have it ready and posted for next Saturday!

Any guesses at to what it might be? Leave your guess in a comment below, and someone could win a 25% off coupon for this project! The draw closes Thursday, August 28th at midnight Pacific Time.

Happy Papercrafting!

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

File Folder Folio #6 - About me or My Life

Hello Everyone!

For those of you that follow on Paper Architecture's FaceBook page you will know that I'm posting
File Folder Folio #6 before posting #5. I'm teaching a class on #5 and will post it after I've taught the class.

For these instructions I used my brand new iPad Mini to record, edit and upload the video tutorial that goes with the written instructions. It was a bit of a learning curve with discoveries and a couple of disappointments. Recording and editing video is a breeze, but discovering that I could only upload 15 minutes of video at a time from my iPad was a let down. So you will find that there are several parts to the video tutorial. Now that I know this, I can record with that in mind until I find a way to make the videos longer than 15 mins.

So, here's the project!

I wanted to make something a little different this time, something that would make not only the design of the project, but it's purpose different as well. This File Folder Folio is more for journaling and record keeping. It does have many spots that can be used for photos if you wish, so it is versatile in that way. But, it is meant to be about you, yourself. Or, meant for the individual you give it to.

It's easier to keep a record about yourself, when you can just grab a tag and write a quick note and stick it back in. It's easier to attach a small photo (instagram) onto the back of a tag and write a quick note. And it's a different way to keep a record/journal of yourself and have some interactive parts to it as well.

Here you can see a few more details in the walk-through video of this project.

To purchase these instructions please go to my online store at Zibbet. Thank you.

I want to let you know that I noticed in the tutorial videos, that at times the colors would go a little bright and strange. Sorry about that. The actual video recording is normal, but something happened when uploading some of them. It isn't through the entire video segment, thank goodness.

So next I want to ask you something. I've now completed the six folder folios I had initially had planned to create to fit inside the box for this series. However, I have had requests to keep designing more of them. So I'm am interested in finding out if more of you would like the same thing. Please leave a comment letting me know if you are interested in me continuing with more future folios.

Thank you for stopping by to check out the new Folio Project.

Happy Papercrafting!

Saturday, 26 July 2014

New Freebie Today!

The weekend is here!

Just letting you know before I go off to teach a class, that the Pop-Up Box Card tutorial is now up under "Freebies"! It includes measurements for three different sizes, too!!

Have fun with it, and Happy Papercrafting!

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Canvas Encased Hidden Mini-Album

Hello everyone! Did you think I fell off the face of the planet? It's been a while, I know, but between being sick, loosing my video for the previous huge project that took about 4 weeks, Teaching classes, then having family come to visit for 2 weeks, and having a few camera/computer issues again, over two months have gone by! I have another class this weekend too.

Well, I finally have a new project for you! September 2011 I taught a class using Graphic 45's 'Ladies Diary' that was popular, and many have asked that I create instructions for such a project. To the right is what the original looked like. Here's the link to the posting of this project.

Here are more photos of the new, smaller version using Graphic 45's Botanical Tea 8 x 8 collection.

Here's the back...

...and the inside when open...

...the front of the mini...

...the back and spine of the mini...

And the pages of the mini you can see in the following walk-through video of the entire project.

Instruction Uses

 To view other project instructions for sale at my Zibbet Store, click here.

Thank you for stopping by today. And for all you File Folder Scrapping fans, I've already started #5!!

See you soon, and Happy Papercrafting!!

Saturday, 17 May 2014

Never Ending Flip Folio

This is a fun and easy project to construct, and has a 'Wow' factor to it! You keep flipping and flipping until you have a large layout of photos spread out and can see most of them at the same time. All folded up it measures 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 1 1/4". All opened up it measures 35 1/2" x 17 1/4"!

I used Prima's "Time Traveler's Memories" for this project; a 12 x 12 collection pad that includes two sheets of stickers and several cut-a-part sheets. One pad is not enough for this project and I had to use 10 sheets from Prima's "Ledger" pad as well, choosing the colours that went best with the "Time Traveler's" paper.

Below you can view the project as the Never Ending Flip Folio gets unfolded. Because the camera had to be further away in order to get the entire thing in the view finder, the folded up folio looks small. But, you can always check out the post on my other blog that has more photos.

Instruction Uses

Thank you for stopping by to look at this project and browsing the store. See you next time!

Happy papercrafting!