Monday, July 9, 2018

Party Accordion

Hello Friends! Daniela here with a fun project that's perfect for a Birthday Gift!  I've used the "Party" line today to make a simple accordion mini folio.

I absolutely LOVE the Party paper that has the balloon animals.  I really wanted to incorporate them into my project, so I found a cut file online that has these darling balloon animals.  How cute are they in the Authentique Paper?  I absolutely LOVE them!  You can find them HERE at Studio Illustrado.  It was so much fun making these into the balloon animals.  I made a bouquet for the front.  I've also add Tonic Nuvo drops on the front to give it some fun pops! 

 Next comes a fun accordion with lots of places for gift cards or notes of encouragement and love.  Also, I've added photo mats for you to document that wonderful party you had!

The little accordion measures 6x5 closed up so its perfect for that special gift and can easily be mailed. 

Using the 6x12 elements from the collection, I've decorated the entire album, including more of my Balloon animals.  Its a great way to decorate a smaller project.  Those 6x12 element sheets are perfect for that smaller project that you need some great elements for.
I've decorated tags, and made triangle pockets in the accordion and even added an extra mini card inside with a special private note!

Hopefully you've gotten some inspiration to make your own little accordion mini for your loved one! 
Have a great week everyone! 
Daniela Costa  

4 comments:

  1. So cute, Daniela! Love your mini album!

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  2. Daniela, what a darling mini album. I love the balloon animals. It's all so festive and fun. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. What an amazing looking mini album. I love the design and color that you put into this artwork, you are very talented. Keep up the good work. Thanks for the share, keep up the posts.
    World of Animals

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  4. Too cute! What kind of album is this called and wonder if there is a youtube for it???

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