Monday, July 28, 2014

Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop Day 1


Hello and happy Monday everyone! It's a great day to start a Blog Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives, creators of reliable and easy-to-use adhesives perfect not only for scrapbooking, but also card making, mixed media, home decor and more. Everything from permanent adhesive for archival use, 3D foam for dimension, and repositionable adhesive for multi uses. They've got it ALL covered!

Today you can hop along the fabulous designers' blogs listed below to see their creations using Scrapbook Adhesives products, then stay tuned to the Graphic 45 blog for the rest of this week's featured artists and their wonderful projects. You're sure to be inspired and you may learn something new about Scrapbook Adhesives' product line.

And of course there's a prize give-away if you comment 
on each blog, so be sure to do so and check the 
Graphic 45 blog for prize details!


Andrew Roberts - Australia http://downundercrafter.blogspot.com.au/

Annette Green - USA YOU ARE HERE
Donna Espiritu - Saudi Arabia http://scrappydonna.blogspot.com
Ginger Ropp - USA http://mysistersscrapper.com





My Scrapbook Adhesives featured project is a Photo Triptych Display from our family trip. How fun it was to create this display of our favorite photos from our recent London vacation in this triptych-style decor piece! Made from three 5” x 7” flat canvases and the Come Away With Me collection of 8” x 8” papers and the Chipboard 2 pack, this was the perfect Graphic 45 collection for our travel photos. Plus it was fun, easy and quick to pull together in an afternoon with the help of Scrapbook Adhesives products. You can check out more photos below the supply list, plus my Snapguide tutorial which takes you step-by-step so you can make your own.


Supplies
Graphic 45 8” x 8” Come Away With Me papers
Graphic 45 Come Away With Me Chipboard 2
Garphic 45 Shabby Chic brads (4)

Dark Cashmere cardstock, Core-dinations Signature Series cardstock for Graphic 45
Sweet Apricot cardstock, Core-dinations Signature Series cardstock for Graphic 45
Scrapbook Adhesives EZ Runner
3L Dodz Medium Glue Dots
Scrapbook Adhesives Thin 3D Foam Squares
Scrapbook Adhesives Craft Photo Corners
2 Metal Hinges, Tim Holtz Idea-ology
Edge distressing tool or scissors
Dark brown ink pad for inking edges
Medium brown acrylic paint
Three 5 x 7 flat canvases
Crop-a-dile or strong hole punch











I'd love to know how you like the project, so be sure to leave a comment. Then hop along through the other fantastic designers to see what they've created next!

117 comments:

  1. Great Idea and I love the color combo.

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  2. fabulous annette as always great use of the come away with me collection

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  3. love this one thanks for sharing

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  4. That is stunning, That could be a great mantel piece!!

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  5. Annette this is beautiful. This is definitely a show piece for your home. The Come Away With Me collection was perfect to display photos from your fantastic vacation.

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  6. Hello!

    I love this project - everything so beautifully balanced and thought out! Wishing you a happy day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  7. Great project! Looks like you had a fabulous vacation!

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  8. Never tried that type of project. May have to give it a go.

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  9. Beautiful Colors! I love it!

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  10. Very Pretty Annette, that will be a keeper for sure!

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    1. Thanks Brenda. The tutorial is in the Snapguide. Simply scroll through for step by step instruction.

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  12. LOVE your triptych! So pretty! I am going to have to follow your guide and try to create one myself! TFS!

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  13. Love this project. The tattered paper edges is perfect.

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  14. Beautifully crafted, stunning colors!!!

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  15. LOVE your Photo Display!!
    I'm New to Scrapbooking....loving all these projects!
    Thanks!!!

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  16. Wow,Annette, excellent frame! So glad that you did a lesson on creating it!

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  17. What a beautiful display! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. This is so very pretty, thank you so much for sharing :)

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  19. Beautiful, I'm going to make this to display I'm home...thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. I never thought of making a triptych! Thanks for the idea! :) It's beautiful!

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  21. Fabulous idea...I can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Love this! And thanks so much for the tutorial, a nice easy project with tons of impact!

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  23. Lovely triptych Annette -full of ideas as ever!

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  24. Lovely triptych Annette -full of ideas as ever!

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  25. How beautiful your
    display came out!
    Love the hinges.
    Carla from Utah

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  26. Smashing project, love this might have to have a go at this xx I have really enjoyed my blog hop with G45 i have found some new people to follow too xx

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  27. What a beautiful memento of your memorable trip to London Annette x

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  28. I loved this project because it was simple, yet beautiful. pinned it also.

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  29. Oh, this just blew me away. I have been wanting to make something special for my parents' anniversary and something like this may be just what I need. Beautiful. I tried to pin it but all I kept getting was an about page. Oh well ... I tried.

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  30. Fabulous piece, and thanks for the tutorial, it looks pretty simple to do :)

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  31. This is a gorgeous display to commemorate a trip. Thank you so much for the wonderful creation!

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  32. Love to travel too! at least on a blog hop!!! LOL!!! beautiful!

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  33. FAbulous way to remember a trip.

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  34. What a wonderful display. Love the tutorial on creating the triptych. Love it. Great work.

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  35. Beautiful! I love all the things you do for Graphic 45! This blog hop is fun as well!

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  36. This us truly beautiful and something to treasure!

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  37. Gorgeous ! Loved all your posts about your trip to the UK . Love your work it's inspiring x

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  38. Your tryptich is just fab!! Love that your project will be on view and admired!!

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  39. Really nice! I haven't seen those bindings before, they class it up for such a great adventure!

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  40. Really nice! I haven't seen those bindings before, they class it up for such a great adventure!

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  41. Really nice! I haven't seen those bindings before, they class it up for such a great adventure!

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  42. Really nice! I haven't seen those bindings before, they class it up for such a great adventure!

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  43. Love this paper. Interesting project.

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  44. What a wonderful way to display those beautiful pictures. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  45. Thanks for the tutorial of this project. I have a couple of photos of our family German Shepherd who died of cancer quite a while ago and this project would be great to use for them. I might make it to give to my Mum. thanks again it's a gorgeous idea.

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  46. I really like this. I just got my Come away with me paper. I cant wait to use it.

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  47. This is beautiful, thanks for sharing, my mom would love something like this, thanks for the inspiration.

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  48. Love your project! Thanks so much.

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  49. really like this. Thanks for the guide

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  50. Fabulous photo display. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  51. This is truly lovely. Love all the photos-looks like a fabulous trip. You created the perfect album to showcase it.

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  52. Шикарная работа!!!Очень красиво!!

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  53. Love the tutorial. It was very clear and easy to follow. It would look lovely anywhere in my home.

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  54. LOVE this photo display, Annette. It's the perfect keepsake from your travels! :-)

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  55. Annette, I love your travel album, so clean with a lot of detail and fun embellies. BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  56. Absolutely beautiful! I love the hinges

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  57. Soooo beautiful!!! What a lovely way to keep enjoying your trip! Love the distressing and the metal.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  58. Oh wow, I love this, I love the papers and the hardware, just gorgeous!

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  59. Thank you for sharing your lovely idea to scrapbook what must have been a wonderful vacation.

    Beneta

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  60. It looks like you had a fabulous vacation. Thanks for sharing your photos with all of us.

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  61. Lovely keepsake using gorgeous papers.

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  62. What a perfect way to remember your(very recent!) travels. I love how you really distressed the edges, Annette...and seeing how much your beautiful teen daughter looks like your handsom husband!

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  63. I love your photo display its such an amazing idea. I love the Come Away with Me collection it's fabulous to show off you adventures!

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  64. Adoro la forma en que usa las bisagras!!! Es muy original y bella. Saludos desde España

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  65. So pretty Annette. Thanks for sharing.
    Marcie

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  66. WOW! What a fabulous remembrance of your London vacation.

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  67. Inspiring! Definitely to be treasured!

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  68. I love this display.....I also enjoyed going on the trip with you through your photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  69. I love everything you create! This is a great idea for a home decor piece! Great job Annette!

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  70. Lovely! You've started the week with style and beauty!

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  71. That was a gorgeous way to capture your Holiday's memories! (which I did enjoy reading all about!) TFS

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  72. I love the whole idea of creating this to resemble a passport....beautiful project!

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  73. What perfect timing to create this project based on your trip to London. Everything you create is exceptional.

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  74. Beautiful. A great piece to display and to remember a great trip.

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  75. What a clever idea. I like how you have pieces coming off the canvas. That seems to pull my eye in to the photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  76. Hello, dahlink! I saw this on FB yesterday but did not get a chance to visit. I love it! And now I am super mad that I did not buy the chippies to match this collection! You did a fantastic job!

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  77. Very nice. Love all the texture you've added.

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  78. I love the project! You've inspired me to try it myself-
    Thanks for sharing the instructions on SnapGuide!

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  79. love this Project. Sure will try. Thank you for Lovely inspiration.

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  80. Looks like you had fun on your trip. What a great way to keep the memories alive!

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  81. Annette this is fabulous, love all your G45 Staple's and Tim Holtz hinges; your tutorial is awesdome; I'm ready to Come Away With you !! :) Love how you did your layers !

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  82. What a great project! A wonderful way to display keepsakes of a special event. This would be a pretty way to display wedding Photos invitation, etc. TFS!

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  83. I love your work Annette and love what you did with your London pictures. thanks for sharing them

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  84. Love the color combo of your project.

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  85. Annette - all i can say is WOW!! I just love your tryptic, hope it's spelled correctly! I hope to make one for myself after your motivating pictures and Snapguide. Thanks!!!!!

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  86. What a beautiul way to remember your family vacation. Perfect.

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  87. Beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  88. This collection is beautiful with your pictures - super project!

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  89. so gorgeous,thanks for the tutorial.

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  90. Greta project. I especially love those hinges that you used. TFS

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  91. Annette, you are so very creative! What a great travel journal and special memento of your recent adventure- a treasure for sure! xo

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  92. A fantastic project Annette ! love the way you have put this together and your pictures of you and your family are lovely!. had to scroll down to see what you've been up to on your trip. So glad you all enjoyed it ! x

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  93. Amazing project. Lovely keepsake.

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  94. What a memory keeper. Beautiful

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  95. Great project, would look perfect sitting on a side table.

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  96. what an inspiration!! thanks for the tutorial!

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  97. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  98. Great tutorial and like your layout and project.

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  99. Love the triptych. Great way to display special photos!

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  100. OMG!! I love this! SOOOOO beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!

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  101. Your project is stunning! But it was even more amazing in the close up photos by seeing all the small details you added to enrich the project!

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  102. What a great way to document your trip...so pretty!

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  103. I found your blog when you posted your Seaside Album on the CTMH Artwork board. I love this 3 panel decor item! I love your little quick tutorial. I'm going to have to look into that for my own tutorials! I guess I learned a lot today from just one little stop! thank you.

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  104. Annette - love the snapguide tutorial! You are a gifted artist and teacher and I'm blessed to know you. Hope you have a blessed and happy day! ~Debbie T.

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