Friday, January 29, 2010

Another Video for You

Here's a video I made using the cardboard tubes from toilet paper rolls.

Sorry but the Cricut .cut file using DS and George cartridge is no longer available I have
Added the SVG file *note: you will need to resize after you open it with SCAL, just click "maintain proportions" and change the height to 5.75 at it will be the proper size for your TP roll. OR you can download this PDF file that is ready to be traced or cut for a template

The patterned paper is Scrapbook Wall paper "rosey nook" collection. The crown, castle and carriage are Imaginisce Snag 'em stamps. The flowers are Prima Sweet and Sassy, Chelsey accents collection, Hydrangea bunch, Obsessions and the Bitty Bag. I used Cuttlebug embossing folders Swiss dots and Birds and Swirls. The crocheted flowers and butterflies are from Paper Blossoms (made by our very own DT member Leah) It is bound with the Bind-it-All system.


Anonymous said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the CraftCrave Blog Cutting Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: [30 Jan 02:00pm GMT]).

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Elements post on Jan. 30, 2010. Thanks again.

flowerdisco said...

Kristina, this mini is adorable. I know I will be using your file to give them a try, much better than measuring here and there, thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

This is really pretty, Kristina. Who would have thought something so nice would come from toilet paper rolls!

Do you happen to have the template in an svg file?


Kristina said...

I will get an SVG file made today :) I'll also post the PDF template for those who don't have a Cricut.

Thank you for all the nice comments,

Anonymous said...

Thank you! I'm going to have to start saving those rolls now. It's the cutest thing!
Love your choice of papers, too.

Anonymous said...

I finally downloaded the svg and scut files today! I lost track of whose blog had that great album, and have been looking all week. Luckily, I finally remembered I have a "history" on my browser, and found you again.
Thanks for making the files.

The Lord Family said...

Thank you so much for this super cute idea! I downloaded the svg files and they worked perfectly! Yay! My girls and I will be making these this weekend!

LisaCampbell3 said...

Thank you for sharing.

peanut8730 said...

I love the DS file!! I have a questions though. I'm not understanding where the tags and the tabbed cuts go? Sometimes I just need a little help from my friends.

Great video, I plan on making this album with a couple of friends in a couple of weeks and am trying to get it figured out ahead of time.


peanut8730 said...

Thank-you for the DS file. I just need alittle help. Where do the tags and the tabbed cuts go? I plan on making this album in a couple weeks with some friends and need to figure it out before hand.
I love the album and am saving rolls!!
Thank you again

Kristina said...

The tags and tabbed cuts are for the insides of the tubes. You can use either ones, as I've sized them to fit inside. Hope that helps :)

Love That Bug said...

Thank you so much for the files and the video. I am a visual person and need to see it before I can make it. I have already saved a bunch of tubes, and I cannot wait to make this project.
Thanks so much

Bug Junkie said...

Very Cute mini!

mrsmorris said...

Hi Kristina,

I stumbled, luckily, on your toilet tissue roll mini album. I am trying to find the pdf file for this project. I'm probably not looking in the right place. Can you help?

Thanks so much!


Wendy Kidd said...

How cute! I had not seen these before, and now I can't wait to make one. I never thought I'd be encouraging my family to use toilet paper FASTER! Thanks for the great video.

Lisa G said...

I didn't see the jpg or pdf file with the printable template. Could you post a link to that please? I want to make a cut file for my Silhouette SD from it.

Thanks. Also, I am linking to this on my blog

Thanks for this great video. I plan on making one for each grandchild with their own personality and sending to my daughters for them to complete. One for my teenage daughter to keep in her purse and add pictures of her with her friends and then have those friends journal on the tag or opposite page. You could do these as favors for showers and parties. Mini cookbooks with the picture of the finished item on the book and the receipe on the tag. I would consider a belly band to hold it closed.

The possibilities are ENDLESS with this book.

Lisa G