Sunday, October 2, 2011

Portland Minibook Walkthrough

Portland CKC Minibook Overview from christinaclouse on Vimeo.


Enjoy the video... stills of the book forthcoming (if it ever stops raining!)

Feel free to pause the video at any point to check out the pages in more detail, we are flipping through pretty fast and furious here. ;)

7 comments:

Joanne said...

I have been waiting and waiting to see this book and it DID NOT disappoint!!! You did it again Christina - a gorgeous book filled with tons and tons of inspiring ideas. Thanks so much for sharing.

Nicole Austin said...

awesome book! i love how much texture and dimension is in this book! so much inspiration. thanks!

lizacreates said...

Hello, Christina,
Your projects are always an inspiration to me. Sometimes I can't get my creative juices flowing, and I only have stacks of supplies and no finished products to show for it. When that happens I visit your site and look over your prior minibooks. They're delightful! So creative, modern, graphic, and so much fun. I have emulated your style in some of my books and they've become my instant faves. Sorry that I never left comments before. I've always been hesitant in leaving comments in blogs, but I'm improving. Thanks again for all the exciting inspiration! --Liz

Danielle said...

This is so incredible!!! Love your style - the background papers, tapes, stamps & label you've chosen. I've been wanting to take Ali's On the Road class & this gives me another reason to do so. Thanks for sharing!

Atiya Fateh said...

very good

Christina said...

Love the book, too:) You've inspired me to try one!

The video is awesome and seriously helpful; you give such good insight into planning, etc. The only sugg I'd have is to pause on pages, even if just for a few seconds. We can pause the playback but it's hard to capture a clear still image with a moving target.

Thank you as always for your awesomeness!

Anonymous said...

love, love, love the book. so interesting and well done! However, I did get a bit dizzy watching it, more from the "double-twisting" of the camera as you moved it from side to side (you turned it a different direction on each side). I enjoy your scrapbooking too much to let that completely distract me, though. You are SO inspiring. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us.

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