Friday, February 5, 2016

Children's Hour Star Album - Lots of Possibilities!

Graphic 45 has done it again. They've come out with another fabulous calendar collection and it's called Children's Hour. These types of collections are my all-time favorites because they are so versatile all year long. If you haven't checked out the entire collection, here's a link.



Today I'm featured over on the Graphic 45 blog with a project I created for their booth at the Craft & Hobby Association show this past January. It's my Children's Hour Star Album featuring the 8" x 8" papers and the Ephemera Pack in this wonderful collection, plus some ATC ivory tags as well. This little table top album has so many possibilities! I've given many suggested uses on the post, plus provided many more photos so you can see the details, so I hope you hop on over there and check it out.

I'll be using this collection all year long on many projects to inspire you, so make sure you stock up! These calendar collections are very popular and won't last forever.

Thanks as always for stopping in today. Have a fabulous day!


13 comments:

  1. This is fabulous! I love your star album design and all the beautiful pieces you've used! Woul love to make one of these.

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  2. I love you star album idea....would be fabulous with any G45 Collections. Thanks for the inspiration you give us all. I really appreciate your talent and giving spirit. :)

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  3. Love the star calendar to display all year around.

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  4. Ahh this calender is just beautiful,
    I finished my Time to Flourish flip Calender just last week , however i think i will make a book like yours on the next one .
    Thank you for sharing.
    Elaine H X

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  5. This looks so lovely! It reminds me of a book I had as a child...which I loved.

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  6. Beautiful! This certainly is on my bucket list! Would you post instructions for the base? Please!

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  7. What an awesome centerpiece.... love, love, love!

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  8. This is amazing! are you going to give directions for making this?

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  9. Do you have a tutorial or snapguide for this. I want to make this, but don't know the measurements used. Thank you

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    1. Since I will be teaching this as a class in October, I'm not able to provide a tutorial until after that time. Sorry about that. I'm glad you like the project so much. Keep an eye on my blog in the fall for the tutorial.

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  10. When we are out of home or in the home, we just think about our children and want some thing new like essay writing service ranking for them through which they can learn some thing which can help theem in their future.

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