Sunday, January 10, 2016

Sunday Scrapping: Photo Frame

Time for a technique Challenge at the Club Scrap Blog:
an origami photo book.
All instructions can be found on the Blog and a video
tutorial here. It is very easy and fun to make.
I also found the matching design guide,
you can download that one here.

I did not really make a book, more a wall hanging.

Behind the most left photo I made this. I was  trying
to clear my papers and found allkinds of valentine papers.
The stamps and stickers are from the Fizz kit (folded hearts),
red paper from Study in Red, dark red paper from 
Dream in Color (folded frame) and a sentiment
from the 2005 Valentine's kit. Always good to have 
some old kits around!

The hearts are of course from Michael Strong.

This is Aiden on his first official "daycare"picture.
The folded heart is made in an origamy technique.
This is the folding template:
If you click on the photo, you see a larger version.

This is Owen,the eldest brother.
The sentiment is a combination of the text
with a stamped and in gold embossed heart.

And here is Colin, the first born of the twin.
With the same folded heart.

Hope this inspires to make your own photo book/frame
and link it to the Club Scrap Blog.

Have a creative day!


Daffodil Cards said...

What a fabulous project to show off your Grandsons, beautiful folds too.

Maxine D said...

Wonderful project Hetty.

KT Fit Kitty said...

OMGoodness, Hetty, could these boys be any sweeter?! They are so cute! What an adorable photo book you've made! You come up with the most amazing projects - origami photo book - have not seen one of these before! Thanks for the instructions and link! Must check this out!

Wendy Bellino said...

Oh Hetty! This is sooooo cute! What a sweet group of little boys you have!

Daffodil Cards said...

OH! he's going to LOVE this, what a wonderful idea, love the end result. Just beautiful.