Friday, January 30, 2015

Time to Flourish Clock with Seasonal Mini Albums

Well this has been a long month.  Trying to get back into things after CHA was hard.  But I finally got my project done and ready to share with you.

Time to Flourish Clock (Sunflower Version) with Seasonal Mini Albums and Journaling Folders.  This clock is about 11" tall and is a real working clock.  I used Graphic 45 Time to Flourish paper collections and more specifically used the month of August for this version.  The sunflowers are a Spellbinders Die D-Lites "Create a Sunflower."  I love this flower die.

Inside the clock are four seasonal mini albums.  Each album has three months.  On the left side of the clock are 12 journaling folders, one for each month.  Plus a place for pens and pencils.

I will have a written tutorial and a video tutorial for this project.  The video tutorial will have a different version clock, which I'm thinking of calling the "Bird Version."  Both the written and video tutorials should be up in about a week or so.  You can purchase the tutorials separate or together.  For the journaling folders tutorial, that is a bonus tutorial and will be give to you with the purchase of either the clock tutorial or the mini album tutorial or you can purchase the combo where you get both the clock and mini album tutorial together.
That's enough shop talk, time for the pictures.

TIME TO FLOURISH CLOCK

SUNFLOWER VERSION




INSIDE
Which holds 4 Mini Albums and 12 Journaling Folders


JOURNALING FOLDERS



MINI ALBUM
(Here is an example of one of the Mini Albums)







The punch I used for on the top of the Clock and as an accent on the pages in the albums is Martha Stewart Fans and Flourish.  
VIDEO

 
 
Have a great crafting Weekend!

2 comments:

aprilscraftingaddiction.com said...

How can I be notified when the tutorial is ready..I have got to have this...LOL

Jennyjo88 said...

This is beautiful, I cannot wait to try my hand at this. I have been wanting to use the French Country Collection because it matches the colors in my home, so I think I will try that one. Thank you for the inspiration!