Hi lovely crafty friends, today I have something different. Over the summer I made a bunch of video’s with CraftEmotions products and I thought it was a fun idea to turn those into a mini album. and today I have a flip through for you.
(CraftEmotions is a Dutch Brand that sells to retailers worldwide: https://www.craftemotions.nl/nl/)

(There are some affiliate links at the end of this post with my favorite craft products, the links may be used at no cost to you, thanks for your support.) 

In this video I am going to show you the end result of the Look Books where I bundled a bunch of cards I made with loads of different products and techniques. So make sure to watch the flip through of the book to see if you missed anything:-)

For this book I used a special binding of my own invention, I like it when you turn the pages it’s not all wiggly wobbly like with a bookbinding ring. I like to use dimension on my pages with flowers and other bulky embellishments and I like it when you can turn the page without having to be super careful embellishments get stuck to each other or rip.

Now I made two of them because I wanted to give one to CraftEmotions so they could share examples made with their products and I ended up giving them both away:-)

So let’s take a peek inside.

In the book I also added the QR codes that can be scanned and will go directly to the video I made with that project in it. Here is the link to the video One stencil layering, 5 ways to use one stencil on a card where I show you all the steps to make this card.

The card on the right is the Easy Textured Alcohol Ink Background Ocean Scene this is a super fun technique and gives you loads of texture.

These cards are both from the same video Distress Oxides Layering – Nuvo Alcohol pen colouring & Easy Mixed Media Ocean Scene. The background is made with Distress Oxide ink and a light colour scheme. The layering of the inks are a few techniques combined to create some depth.

I often like some humor on my cards, as for this card in the Distress Oxide Ink Brush Technique Ocean Scene background video. I used a simple brush technique with the oxide inks to create another water background.

The card on the left is from the Alcohol Ink Water Effect & Ghost Stamping Ocean Themed Cards video and I show a fun ghost stamp technique in it with alcohol ink background.

And I added another page on the right side to open and then the used products are revealed. You can also use this for journaling for instance.

For this card and the next two I used one stencil and I wanted to show how you can get completely different looks with just one stencil.

In the Stretch Your Products One Stencil Three Cards & Different Techniques video I show you how I made these cards. I alway love to stretch my products so I can use them multiple times.

These are the Jungle cards, in the video Textured Alcohol Ink Background – 3 Ways Easy To Advanced Jungle Cards I show three ways to make the background and I go from easy to advanced in layering and turning them into cards.

I also added a few cards without a video and this is one of them. These are mini cards I made as examples for a make and take.

Here are a few more examples from the make and take.

All these cards are from the  7 Ways To Use 1 Background Die Cardstock Only, Stretch Your Products. And in it I show you multiple ways to use one die and different looks you can get so you can use the same product over and over.

This is another card from the book without a video.

For these cards I made the backgrounds with alcohol markers in different ways, check out this video 
Yupo Paper & Nuvo Alcohol Markers – Make Backgrounds That WOW & Stretch Your Products
to see how it’s done.

In this video I show you how you can get a Faux Layered Die Effect With One Background Die.
I have two ways to do it and get both gorgeous results and I tell you all about it in the video.

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!