Thursday, 13 August 2009

Surprise surprise!!!

Bonjour à toutes!
Premièrement, je voulais m'excuser de ne pas avoir beaucoup commenté sur vos blogs ces derniers temps mais entre travail et préparation des vacances, mon temps libre a diminué et donc l'ordinateur n'a pas été beaucoup allumé...
Promis je me ratraperais!

Hi everyone! First of all I wanted to apologize for not being around much on the web and not leaving as many comments as I would have liked to, but between work being mad and getting ready for our hollidays, free time is rare so the computer was off most of the time... Promess I'll make up to you!

Voici une page réalisée ce weekend.
Ce sont des photos de mon filleul Simon prises lors de sa communion en mai dernier.
Je souhaitais mettre plusieurs photos donc j'ai réalisé ce sistème coullissant.
J'adore le resultat finale!

Here is a LO made last weekend. I have used photos of my godson Simon taken last may. I wanted to use more than one photo on the page so I created this sliding system.
I just love the result!



Petit tuto pour réaliser le sistème coulissant. Si vous l'utilisez, merci de me créditer.

Tutorial to create the sliding system. If you use it, thank you for accrediting it to me.


Collez votre photo sur un rectangle de 13.1cm x 18cm
Glue your photo on a rectangle of 13.1cm x 18cm
Coupez dans du carton deux morceaux identiques comme indiqué sur l'immage si-dessous.
Cut in cardboard to identical pieces as shown on the photo below

Retournez votre papier sur lequel vous avez collé votre photo et collez-y vos pieces de carton comme sur l'image si-dessous.
Turn around the paper on wich you glued your photo and glue on it the two pices of cardboard as shown on the photo below.


Dans du cardstock decoupez deux morceaux comme indiqué si-dessous
In cardstock cut out two pieces following the measured indicated below.


Coupez deux morceaux dans du carton mesurant 11.5cm x 0.5cm et collez les comme indiqué ci-dessous.
Cut two pieces of cardboard of 11.5cm x 0.5cm and stick it down as shown below.


Dans du papier imprimé coupez deux morceaux comme ci-dessous
In patern paper cut out two pieces as shown below.


Coupez une forme "tag" laissant 1cm pour coller le morceau.
Cut a "tag" shape leaving 1cm to stick down the piece.


Collez votre "tag" sur le morceau de cardstosk quue vous avez prealablement coupé.
Stick down your "tag" on the piece of cardstock you have previously cut out.


Par dessus collez-y votre photo comme ci-dessous.
Stick down your photo on it as shown below.


Attention: vos photos doivent etres collée comme cidessous
Warning: your photos must be stuck down as shown below

Prenez votre rectangle de papier imprimé sur lequel vous avez collé votre photo et retournez le.
Mettez par dessus vos deux cartes "tags" avec la photo sur le dessous. Les deux languettes de carton doivent etres l'une contre l'autre.
Take your rectangle of patterned paper on wich you have your main photo and put it with the photo down on the desk. Put on it the two cardstock "tags" with the photo underneath. The two strips of cardstock have to be next to each other so they get interlocked.


Recouvrer la bordure en carton avec de la colle/ scotch double-face puis recouvrez avec un rectangle en cardstock de 13.1cm x 18cm. Cette partie est celle qui va vous permettre de coller le mecanisme à votre page.
Put glue/ double-sided tape and the cardboard edge and put on it a rectangle of cardstock of 13.1cm x 18cm. This part will allow you to stick down the mecanisme to your LO.


Et voilà! ne vous reste plus qu'à décorer votre page!
This is it! All you have to do is decorate your LO!



Voici l'effet final. Lorsque vous tirez une photo, l'autre se cache automatiquement.
Here is the final effect. When you pull one photo out it drag automatically the other one back in.


J'espaire que celà vous inspire! Merci de votre visite!
I hope that it will inspire you! Please let me know if you find this explenations unclear.
Thanks for looking!

17 comments:

Scrappincaz said...

Great tutorial and technique!! I will have to give it a try when I have some time :)

Carmen said...

This is brilliant. Really good instructions - however did you come up with that? So clever!

Emilie said...

I did! I needed a way to show more photos without using all the room on my LO

Scrap Revolution said...

that is so very clever - fabulous

Angie said...

That is so clever ..I must remember this as I so often wish I could include more photos but not show them or have a book style addition on the LO

Must work out a way to store all the ideas I see ... and yet not 'out of sight out of mind' as I really forget things nowadays .

Darcy said...

Great instructions, well done, works so well.

Anne said...

Great instructions - and really clear. Definately something I'll keep in mind, as I often have far too many photos! I love your little 'Orla Keiley' stem. Gorgeous!

Julia Dunnit said...

Fab LO made fabbier by the sliding thingy. Great tutorial, thanks for sharing!

my5bratz said...

W-O-W!!!!!

thanks for tutorial for this fabulous LO :0)

Mole said...

Smashing LO.

Ayesha said...

You are fab that lil tutorial is excellent and dont worry about not being around so much we love ya sorry i havent been popping in i have had very little time n the net but im back keep in touch xxx

Chell xx said...

That's a fab idea and great tutorial, must give this a go sometime, would be great in a mini book to...

Angie said...

Just opened scrapbook inspirations and there was your godson sraring back at me ...knew I knew the face and then saw it was your fantastic LO. Congratulations

Thankyou for your comments on my FH LO's and can I say that you should start asking questions and jotting down names and places from elderly relatives now ...it is never too early and when they are gone ... so are the answers. xx

Em said...

This is wonderful.You are very talented....loving all the projects on your blog :) x

Sally said...

What a great technique Emilie - thanks for sharing it.

Kit said...

what a fantastic idea love the page that you created using this technique

marie said...

Extra ce tuto !! Bonne idée le carton de récup derrière le cadre, je note ça dans un coin de ma tête !
En tout cas, les grands esprits se rencontrent car moi aussi je cherche à mettre toujours plus de photos sur une seule page, sans le savoir, on vient de se faire un challenge NSP : j'en ai fait une dans ce goût là aujourd'hui, avec un tuto pour un forum qui m'a demandé de faire un projet pour eux... même principe donc des photos multiples, mais sur un accordéon ! LOL !! Quand je te dis qu'on s'accorde bien comme NSP !! :D
A très bientôt !
Bises !