Get a Clue: Graphic 45 Master Detective Photo Wallet Tutorial
Hello again, G45’ers! Do you know that Halloween is just 85 days away? Time to start creating a spot to preserve all those great photos of cute costumed kids. (big and little! ) To help you along the way, I’ve prepared a super fun Graphic 45 Master Detective Photo Wallet Tutorial for you today.
Master Detective is such a fabulous collection! Great colors, wonderful patterns, and whimsical images make it the right choice for this playful, interactive 4″ square mini album
The front cover sets the stage with lots of layers, a mini magnifying glass, buttons, bows, flowers and chipboard tags.
This stylish belly band holds the album closed. Simply slide it off, and the fun begins!
Just like a spooky old house, this little wallet is designed with hidden “rooms” and spooktacular interactive features.
I found an intriguing online tutorial for making tiny matchbox style folios and I liked the idea so much that I modified the design to create a much larger 4” x 4” Photo Wallet. This version holds a series of ATC Tags tucked into pockets throughout the album.
Enter if You Dare
I scored each set of Master Detective Playing Cards to create a mini booklet on each tag front.
Stickers matted on black cardstock make a great pocket!
Despite its small size, this album can hold loads of 4″ x 4″ photos!
Doesn’t this design make you think of the rooms in the old Clue Mystery Game?
And here is the line up of villainous villains and heroic heroes housed inside the album. These would make great place cards for a murder mystery party!
But enough chit chat! Let’s get down to business and get to work on this amazing Master Detective Photo Wallet Tutorial.
Get a Clue Master Detective Photo Wallet Tutorial on YouTube
- 12×12 Patterns and Solids (2 sheets of the same pattern)
- Stamps border from 12×12 Whodunnit page
- 8×8 collection
- Chipboard Elements
- Staples Black ATC tags (6)
- ⅝’ wide houndstooth plaid ribbon
- Baker’s twine, black cord
- Black cardstock
- ⅛” Scor-Tape
- Foam tape or waste chipboard for layering
- Flower, button and die cuts from my stash
- Scoring tool, hot glue gun, ruler, craft knife
I hope you found some fun tips and tricks in this Master Detective Photo Wallet Tutorial. If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.
Thanks for stopping by!
Kathy! You have pressed all my happy buttons with this treasure! First, I am a HUGE fan of the board game Clue! And I even have the step up version–Master Detective! I love all those nooks and crannies to discover! I may just have to purchase this one from you, if it’s going in the shop! How fun! I will save the video for another time…off to work now! Hugs!
I really don’t know how you “stuff” so much into a tiny place. Really nice Kathy, love the papers.
Another beautiful design