27 July 2013

Saturday Step by Step - Fold It!!


Hi everyone and welcome to the weekend!! February seems like a lifetime away, but I'm reminded of my trip to the Stitches show back then as we drool over the latest Create-n-Connect highlights from Las Vegas. I was lucky enough to meet Anneliese Bates demo'ing on the Jones of Nottingham stand. She was showing how to put together the most fantastic 'one sheet wonder' book, and I thought now would be the perfect time to show you a step by step 'how to' over at Frilly and Funkie.
With our current challenge being 'Any Way You Fold It' you'll have a project to get your teeth into and something to enter if you haven't done already! I'd love to see you over there and hear what you think of this make. Hugs, Jenny x

19 comments:

  1. These look great, I'll have to have a go...
    Suzi B xx

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  2. These are so gorgeous, Jenny. Made some of those from gelli plate prints a while back for some of my little one's pals, they loved them, too.
    http://unterm-sofa.blogspot.de/2013/06/minibook-from-gelli-plate-prints.html
    Have a great Weekend, Suzanne

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  3. Oh I LOVE things like that!! Looks fab, off to take a closer look....

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  4. It looks gorgeous Jenny, I'm off to have a look. Chris x

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  5. Oh wow Jenny, I have just been over to have a look at your tutorial. Paper folding is one of my favourite things and I am going to have a go right now at these - they are fabulous! Hugs, Anne x

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  6. These are gorgeous Jenny and such a beautiful gift. I made one for mum's birthday last year.....and she loved it.

    Have a great weekend

    Annie xx

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  7. Amazing = and when I can get down to my craft room I want to give it a go. Really is amazing!!
    Sandy

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  8. A fabulous folded book, we used to make another style fold with the children at school, will have to dig one out. Looking forward to seeing what you did with it.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  9. I love this, I just hope I can do it without getting lost in the folds!
    sandy

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  10. Fabulous tutorial Jenny ! I am so going to have a go at this ! Sue C x

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  11. These look great--off to have a look

    Love Chrissie x

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  12. A really fab tutorial Ajenny, definately one to try! Hugs trace x

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  13. These books look great with these papers, thanks for reminding me of a lovely day we spent together
    Rosie x

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  14. What a great project I will have a go at these. I checked to see your Tutorial and I could manage that no problem you have explained it so well.
    Have a Great Week ahead
    Hugs

    Patricia xxx

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  15. I will be checking this out Jenny as I think it is a wonderfully versatile design. Thank you for sharing and I hope all is well in your world - I am not quite sure which way is up at the moment!

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  16. Morning Jenny, Wow !! I agree with Jenny's comment over at Frilly & Funkie, although your tutorial by pics is fantastic, I would love, love, love a video of you doing it. I will give it a go, but don't know how successful I will be ha ha, things tend to take a long time to 'sink in' with me ha ha. Stunning make, I can see lots of uses for this make and loads of pockets for tags etc.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  17. Looks fabulous and will go have a look!

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  18. I've just taken a look, great project.

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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