Camera with Tutorial

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I’ve made another style camera and this time I have included a tutorial along with a cutting file for those interested.  This particular style camera is similar to my camera post on 6/1/2016, but this one has a different type of case.  It opens to an expandable camera bellows which holds pull-out tags with photos.  I used the luxurious burgundy colors from The Night Before Christmas collection for the first camera and the beautiful teel colors paired with black from the  Mister Tom’s Treasures collection for the second camera.  This project is a wonderful way to showcase your favorite photos for the holidays!
Tara

Camera Tutorial
Manual Template for Camera Bellows (each piece should measure 4″ x 12″)
SVG Cutting File for Camera Bellows

Pion products:
Camera #1
The Night before Christmas – Dear Santa PD7802 back
The Night before Christmas – Borders PD7810 front
From Grandma’s Attic – Winter joy – PD1316
From Grandma’s Attic – Christmas joy – PD1315
Pion Design Palette – Pion black I PD6126
Pion Design Palette – Pion maroon I PD6137

Camera #2
Mister Tom’s Treasures – Morning Glory PD7404 back
Mister Tom’s Treasures – Vintage Newspaper PD7406 back
Mister Tom’s Treasures – Tags PD7412 back
From Grandma’s Attic – tinted – Flower girls PD3107
Pion Design Palette – Pion blue VII PD6132

  • Oh my gosh Tara, you´ve just done it again. I just LOVE your fabulous creations, and this is simply genius hun. I love how you made it this time, so you can open it up and pull out these photos, and it looks absolut stunning in these colors here.
    Wonderful jo well done once again sweet lady.ReplyCancel

  • Wonderful Tara ,thank you so much for taking the time to publish the tutorial. Love your fabulous work. God bless.ReplyCancel

  • oh Tara it s just wonderfull
    thank you so much
    loloReplyCancel

  • paloma34

    surperbe….ReplyCancel

  • Gina

    Het Tara,
    I’am glad to see one of your creations iTS a long time That I have missed you,hope That everwrything is fine with you!!!
    What a beautiful camera’s That you have created.
    Mvg Gina BelgiumReplyCancel

  • Conny

    Hi Tara, Great tutorial!!!!!!
    I certain will try to make this great project.
    Greatings from HollandReplyCancel

  • Ana Cristina

    Gracias!! esta hermoso!!!ReplyCancel

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