Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Happy Hello Envelope Scrapbook - Video Tutorial

I just have to say - this little project had me doin' the happy dance in the studio!

It's always so fun to create something that comes together JUST how you pictured it -dontcha think??
On Saturday, I had a fun Stampin' Party with Kate and her friends and I designed this little envelope scrapbook just for her.
It turned out so cute that I decided to make another one and also film a VIDEO TUTORIAL for it!
I know, right??
Yep, my first Video since the how to tie a bow one from a few years ago.
Who knows - maybe I'll do more - you'll have to let me know what you think, ok?

Anyway, here's the photos first:


The scrapbook itself was made with 4 of the envelopes and 2 of the notecards from the Happy Hello Simply Sent Card Kit from Sale-A-Bration. 

I stamped the little collage on the scrapbook front with the Bloomin' Marvelous Sale-A-Bration Stamp Set and added a Calypso Coral Button from the Sale-A-Bration Sycamore Street Ribbon and Button pack.The Basic Gray Baker's Twine tied through it comes with the Simply Sent Kit.
The ribbon tie is 1 yard of the Calypso Coral Satin Ribbon that's included in that Ribbon and Button pack. 

Here's a look at the accordion fold style:


Here you can see some of the simple stamping that I did with the Bloomin' Marvelous Stamp Set.


I used the stickers that came with the Happy Hello Kit to make tab pulls for the pages that were cut using the greeting cards from that same kit.


More stickers on the decorated portion of the greeting card:


And a look at the second two inserts and envelopes:


I used the largest of the flower stickers to cover the 'Hello' word that was pre-printed on this card. The center was created by using the Petite Curly Label Punch and the Pretty Petites Stamp Set - both more Free choices from the Sale-A-Bration products.

This was a quick and easy project to put together and I think they would make great little gifts for Mom's or Grandmas or friends, or really, anyone! Just add some photos and journaling and you've got a sweet little gift that uses ALL FREE Products! 
Can't beat that, can ya?

Here's the video tutorial for you - I'd love your feedback! 
My plan is to begin filming more videos for you. I'm not super polished or slick, but hopefully you'll get what you need to make some pretty things! And that's the real me - not polished, but a lot of fun! 

 


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Have a great evening stampers and have fun making your own envelope scrapbooks!
~~Robin

8 comments:

  1. Fantastic job Robin & cute project.

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  2. Really innovative way to use this kit Robin! Thank you so much for sharing this cute idea, and for doing a video....I really enjoyed it!

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  3. What a clever idea to use the kit. I think I could do that! Loved your video. You are a natural doing videos, your voice is perfect and your explanations right on. Please do more!

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  4. This so totally ROCKS! I love it!

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  5. Congrats on the excellent video! I'm forwarding your blog link to one of my customers who LOVES that Simply Sent Kit.

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  6. I love it when someone thinks outside the box. Echoing the comment above, your voice and explanations are good. You didn't rush through it or overdo it, and you left out the music!

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  7. Love your video! Thanks for yet another idea to use up the FREE kit from SAB.

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  8. Way to go Robin! Love the video & your great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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