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Which is the best blinding for my scrapbook album - basics

When you going to make a scrapbook album first you need to select the kind of structure, I know everybody knows it, but not that all! that's the reason I'm going to share the kind of structure that you need (the photos in the plications there are not mine, but you can find more information below in the photo).

Accordion,
This structure is very simple only you need to attach one page in the front cover and the last to de back cover, the pages are folded like zigzag but when do I use? normally use for a simple album, only photos, and any structure.

Stack the Deck,
For this blinding you need to stack the structure in U shapes, you start from the center and add more pages in pairs, you stack another base with at least 1/2in. of each other. This blinding is not too strong and you need to paste each page to the cardstock to each side of the U shape as you can see in the photo from Laura Denison Design



Spine Blinding, This is the most common, blinding and is strong, to hold several page…

With a twist

Hello again, I need to hurry up with my lessons of Altenew Academy, so, today I bring you a new card "With a Twist" Sometimes you need to be creative and put some extra to do it, give a twist. My twist is to have the sentiment on the inside of the card, and also outside, how come? Let 's see.!
with a twist
The materials: From Altenew Fabulous flora Stamp Set, Printer Greetings for the sentiment, Red sunset, Tea party, Green Meadows Crisp Dye inks and Rectangle Stax 1 & 2 from My Favorite Things.
with a twist


Using the two models of flowers included in the stamp set, I star to layering using my Tim Holtz Stamp platform, to make easier the job because I needed a lot of flowers. I alternate the colors between Red Sunset and Tea Party, at the same time I stamped the leaves.
with a twist
For the background, I made it directly in the card base, I used the green Meadows inks and blended the colors starter in the center with the lighter through, the darker shade to end at the edge.  After having the color in the front of the card, I use the medium rectangle size to die-cutting the center, I helped with the SSS gride to aligned the rectangle.  with a twist

The rectangle piece that I die-cutting I used to stamp the sentiment with the help of my Mini Misti, then I aligned with the help of the front part of the card and stuck it with a permanent adhesive.

with a twist
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