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Old 04-30-2007, 01:49 PM   #1  
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Does anyone have instructions for this??

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I can't help you out, but sure wish I could. I've been looking for directions forever for these. Hopefully someone can help you out. Good luck.
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I am looking for these instructions too! I am bumping you in the hopes of someone coming to our rescue!
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I have been searcing too. No luck, yet.
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Oh - these were something that was shown to the demos at the Lansing Regional training seminar... I checked and couldn't find the instructions on the demo SU forum... it seems like the links have been removed.
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Frenchy, Did you write to the person that made these. They really are adorable.
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I added this to my faves, too, in hopes of finding directions somewhere.
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From what I can remember from the Lansing regional, she folded one 12x12 designer paper in half... lined up the bend in the paper with the bend in the file folder and used sticky strip to hold it down. Then, she used different paper on the outsides (since the 12x12 doesn't reach the outside of the folder), cut it along the outside rim of the file folder... so this way one whole side of the file folder was covered, and used that same piece to completely cover the other side. I know that's how she covered the base of the file folder. I'll see if I can find any pictures of how she did the album part of it.
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yup, Alesha has it pretty much correct. I've made a couple of these to give as gifts for my young nieces and DD. I use 4 12X12 dp. fold two in half, and glue to the center, leaving a little of the edges unglued so you can put the other paper underneath for a smoother finish. For the cardstock, You can use any width that you want, I cut mine either 6 or 6 1/2" wide, depending on what size pictures I'm planning on putting in it. Then you stagger the length in 1" intervals.

They are super easy, and make a great little scrap book for a coffee table (something that you don't care if it gets handled a little) or as gifts for "tween" girls.

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Is there anyone who could make a tutoral of this project? It would be a nice project to make. TIA, Sandy O
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Does anyone know where you can buy just a few of the folders? I went to Staples at lunch time and smallest quantity I found was a box of 24.
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These are adorable. What a great concept/gift. I'm going to have to make some of these. Thks

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These are great- my fav colr! Thx Frenchy for finding and asking! Thx to Alesha and kcmomof3 for the inst. We should be able to take it from here!
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Ummm, I won't be able to take it from there like SouthernStorm. If anyone has the step by step instructions and could put it on here somewhere that would be great. Is anyone else confused with this, or is it just me again?
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I could use a tutoral also, Cindygrammy2, so you are not alone
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pm'd paulssandy and cindygrammy2.
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What a great project! I am not following exactly how it is made either and would love to see a tutorial.
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This looks like something that was demoed at Regionals last year. You use those top loading clips that are avalable at office supply stores. I'm sorry I don't know what they are called, but they allow for papers to be attached into file folders. They are used a lot in medical files. The pages of the file in this case are progressively longer sheets of cardstock that are hole punched at the top and fitted onto the clips. You can see the clip at the top of the right page in the photo above. The clip attaches to the file itself by punching two holes in it. You will have to somehow decorate the front and back of the file with deco paper or cs to cover the clip on the outside. You could also just attach it to a base sheet of cs and adhere that into the file folder. Linda Hansen demoed a file that contained her Mom's hand written recipes on the left and photos of her Mom on the right. It was very nice. If the pages are cut progressively longer, they make a nice flip up type of arrangement. I'm not sure if there is anything on the SU website about this. I will check.
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I don't have the dimensions for the outside designer paper pieces, but for the inside they are...

5-1/2 x6
5-1/2 x7
5-1/2 x8
5-1/2 x9
5-1/2 x10
5-1/2 x11

Hole punch the 5-1/2 x6 layer by marking holes w/ the paper fastener. Then place those holes on top of each consecutive layer so the holes lines up.
You can decorate the pages w/ the round tab punch, ribbon, designer paper, etc.

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FYI: Office Depot has a pkg of file folders that are a GREAT match for our SU! pinks, greens and yellows. They are the National Breast Cancer Awareness month files and they go for a little bit more than the vanilla ones, but require a whole lot less "disguising." They run about $11 for the pack.
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great idea!! now I need to try it
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The instructor at the Lansing, MI regional was Linda (can't remember her last name). She made this project as a recipe collection from her family. I LOVE IT! Great job on the colors! I like this adaptation for myself because I use my recipes too often and make a MESS (LOL)!
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This is interesting! Include me amongst those crossing their fingers for directions!
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Another great idea for my Anything But A Card Class! Love it.
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I'm new to the forums. I'd really like the instructions also. TIA!!
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I found this information on someone's blog I believe. It was tied to pictures of the file folder album (see the link in post #1). NOTE: These are NOT my directions, but were posted on the web -- I wish I had sourced it, but I didn't so I can't point you to the original location. HTH.

Take one 12x12 designer paper; fold in half. Line up the fold with the fold in the file folder and use sticky strip to attach. Decorate the outside with coordinating paper (since the 12x12 doesn't reach the outside of the folder), trim along the edge of the file folder. For the sample shown, a smaller folded piece was used in the center instead.

For the cardstock, You can use any width that you want, I cut mine either 6 or 6 1/2" wide, depending on what size pictures I'm planning on putting in it. Then you stagger the length in 1" intervals.

For the inside: use papers 5” to 6” wide, and stagger the length by 1”

5 x6, then 5x7, up to 5 x11 for six panels. Score each at ” from the top, and use a hole punch to punch holes for the attachment.
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A little quick clarification about covering the album. At the St. Louis regionals, they recommended adhering with glue stick, then using your bone folder or brayer to smooth out bubbles. When preparing your dsp, you'll obviously have to trim the execess paper from the center sheets on both the inside and the outside. I started by placing my dsp face down on the table, then put the folder on top, lining up along the bottom. I then traced the line of the top of the folder onto the dsp and trimmed. This works for both pieces. THEN I folded both sheets of dsp, then I attached using anywhere glue stick and smoothing it out. As stated, the dsp doesn't reach to the ends of the file folder. To cover the end sections, take another piece of dsp (coordinating pattern), place it face down on the table, line the folder up with the edges of the paper, then trace the "tabbed" outline of the folder onto the dsp and cut it out. The reverse image you're left with should perfectly fit the other end of the folder. Remember, you'll have to repeat that step twice to cover both the inside and outside of the folder.

For the pages inside, I not only cut my paper to 6" wide and 6, 6 1/2, 7, 7 1/2, 8"...etc lengths, but I also scored at the top, 1" from the top for easy folding and viewing of the pages. Instead of the paper holder things from the office supply store, I just punched holes (this will be so much easier with the crop-o-dile) at the top and secured with grosgrain ribbon. Do this on both sides of the inside of your album. I used circle punches out of dsp to "tab" my photo pages, but you could use any kind of punch.

Of course, then embellish with whatever. I used additional strips of dsp and strips of grosgrain to cover my seams. It really only took an hour or so to put together.

I made mine about a year ago, and they're still holding up nicely with the glue stick. I made a School Year album for each of my kids, thinking it would be a great record of all those miscellaneous pictures we end up with from school events. My stampers loved it. Good luck!
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I have seen a brag book type thing made out of an office manilla file folder, has any one seen this? Does anyone know how to make it? Thanks in advance!!!!
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Here's a thread where they talk about the folder albums:
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that should help. But I saw on someone's blog just this week that they were going to be posting an actual tutorial. I can't remember who's blog it was, but some of them post here and then site their blog in the instructions. Hope this gets you going!
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I made four of these to put my swap cards and samples in to display at workshops as I can stand them up. I don't have display boards yet. Working on getting those. I did the same, adhered the DSP on the outside with glue stick and then trimmed the edges. I also covered the insides. I used ribbon with eyelets to cover the overlapping bit in the middle. On one folder I used matte mod podge, but the bubbles drive me crazy so I left the others. When it dried it was fine. I'm thinking I might get some mack tack. It's clear and think will make the file last longer. For now though I have taped the edges.

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I made four of these to put my swap cards and samples in to display at workshops as I can stand them up. I don't have display boards yet. Working on getting those. I did the same, adhered the DSP on the outside with glue stick and then trimmed the edges. I also covered the insides. I used ribbon with eyelets to cover the overlapping bit in the middle. On one folder I used matte mod podge, but the bubbles drive me crazy so I left the others. When it dried it was fine. I'm thinking I might get some mack tack. It's clear and think will make the file last longer. For now though I have taped the edges.

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