Authentique Twilight Double Waterfall Album Tutorial

Authentique Twilight Double Waterfall Mini Album Tutorial

Hello, Friends!  Halloween is such a frightfully fun holiday!  It deserves a frightfully fun mini album, dontcha think?  This Authentique Twilight Double Waterfall Mini Album Tutorial is the perfect spot to preserve all the photos of your favorite ghouls and goblins.  Check it out!

Talk about tall, dark and handsome!  This 5″ x 9 1/2″ tall and skinny album fits that description perfectly!  Learn how to build the album base with chipboard and black cardstock.  Then see how I layered up the elements on the front cover.  Next, I’ll show you how to quickly and easily add a double waterfall feature that will hold 34 photos!  Finally, you will learn how to add a shockingly stylish magnetic belly band to keep everything tucked into place.

I had a devilishly delightful time altering all the chipboard elements on the album cover, and I share that information with you in the project tour.

The album is spooky cute, not creepy, which is what I love about Authentique’s Halloween collections.

Double Waterfall Mini Album Tutorial: Icy Fingers Up & Down the Spine

Learn how to create this overlapping spine and ribbon closure in the tutorial.  And I share some of my special tips and tricks for adding strength and durability during the album construction.

Double Waterfall Mini Album Tutorial: A Peek Inside

I just love the way the double waterfall looks inside this album.  It’s sleek and chic and so easy to put together.  You are going to love it!

Double Waterfall Mini Album Tutorial on YouTube

If you are ready to get your Halloween craft on, just click play!

I hope you’ll find time to make this fun mini album!  If so, let me hear from you!

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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5 thoughts on “Authentique Twilight Double Waterfall Album Tutorial

  1. Rosemary Sokolowski

    I just love your waterfall album. I followed the tutorial and wondered how you attached the charms and bow. Would you be able to show this or explain sometime. Thanks so much for sharing all your beautiful projects and the tutorials are great.

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  2. Sara Emily Barker

    This is a sweet album to keep all those Halloween memories in! I love the details on the cover and spine! A delightful showcase of those fun, spooky papers on the inside with the double waterfall. The magnetic belly bands are a creative and functional detail, too! Love this, and will bookmark this tutorial video for future reference–thank you for sharing and for all your hard work! Big hugs!

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  3. Susan Steele

    This is so adorably spooky cute!!! Luv that it’s a double Waterfall album! And your cover embellishments are beautiful! I am gonna HAVE to get brave and put on my mixed media paint boots …one of these days! Lol! It just makes everything come to life! Thanks for sharing! Hugs, Suzy Q

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  4. Helen

    A great way to celebrate Halloween, Kathy. The double waterfall is a great way to keep all the holiday photos and keepsakes. tfs

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  5. Anita Houston

    LOVE the double waterfall! I just can’t do album guts…I always have the hardest time, but you make it look so easy with all the hundreds you create! LOVE every detail in and out.

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