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Voyage Beneath the Sea Concertina Album Clare Charvill Graphic 45
Morning everyone, what a wet washout of a weekend we had here.  Rain rain and more rain kept me in crafting after having a bit of a sort out of all my left over papers and embellishments.  I put together this fun little concertina album using Voyage Beneath the Sea left overs.  Measuring 6 1/4" x 4 1/4" its the perfect size to use the smaller 6 x 6 papers and you can fit your 6 x 4 photos in it too.  A great little album to keep in your handbag or to make as a keepsake from an event.  You can add as few or as many pages as you like and with it's ribbon closure you can just keep filling it up.
Here's a few more pics from inside and a video link on how to make it too. 
Voyage Beneath the Sea Concertina Album 1 Clare Charvill Graphic 45
Voyage Beneath the Sea Concertina Album 2 Clare Charvill Graphic 45
Voyage Beneath the Sea Concertina Album  3 Clare Charvill Graphic 45Voyage Beneath the Sea Concertina Album  4 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


We had a great night at Harry's college last night.  I can't believe he's reached the end of his two years there.  The Art, Fashion and 3D Design students put on a great exhibition of their final end of year pieces and parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings and more flocked to see all of their amazing pieces.   H is now 'officially' on holiday ......!!!! Results should be out mid July and he's got almost three months to chillax before heading off to Uni in September.  Maybe I'll get him designing and crafting ..........!  maybe he thinks not! 
Well the washings ready to hang out on the line before I officially start work so I'd better jump to it.  Great to chat, enjoy your day and look forward to catching up again with another crafty make shortly. :-) C    

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  1. Wow ! Clare beautiful Album and a great Video Thank You .
    Well done to Harry .
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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    1. Hi Elaine, you're an early bird this morning. Thanks for calling by. Enjoy your day and speak soon xx

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  2. Oh how brilliant is this!! Just off to Sarah's to 'play'.......guess what I'm gonna make!!!! LOL!!!

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  3. Love this concertina, great size! Will have to have a peek at the video later and see if I can create a square version Val x

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  4. Wow this is so gorgeous. I love it.

    Hugs, Ilonka

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  5. Good afternoon Clare, I have to admit that I watched your tutorial for the concertina album on YouTube before it's posting on your blog and can tell you that I am alreadly searching through my "stash" for suitable papers! It's a great project and thank you for sharing this. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for Harry's results in July and hope he enjoys his well earned break. Take care
    Margaret A.

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  6. Lovely little project! I like the use of your Corner Chomper...nice touch. Well done!

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  7. Great little project for using up scraps of paper. Thanks for the inspiration. Must have a coffee soon.

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  8. Hi Clare, Ohhhhh, this concertina album looks gorgeous, I'm looking forward to watching the video.
    'Rock on, Harry', enjoy your 'hols', and best of luck for your results.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  9. Hi Clare, Ohhhhh, this concertina album looks gorgeous, I'm looking forward to watching the video.
    'Rock on, Harry', enjoy your 'hols', and best of luck for your results.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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