August 29, 2007

4" x 4" Bind It All Flip Book Tutorial

I was overwhelmed with the requests for a tutorial on the 4" x 4" Bind It All Flip Book - thank you all for your kind words.

I also wanted to let you know, the papers, chip board covers, and Bind It All (which by the way is still ON SALE) are all from Innovative Stamp Creations. The card stock I used is from Stampin' Up! - Chocolate Chip and So Saffron.

If you have any questions about this tutorial or you'd like a PDF of this tutorial please email me.

Just incase blogger decides to act up, I'm going to apologize in advance for any extra large gaps in spacing while you view this tutorial.

~Lisa

4"x 4" Bind It All Flip Book Tutorial
By: Lisa Somerville










Supplies:

Card stock/Designer Series Paper (DSP)
3 pieces of card stock 8” x 3 ¾” - score 2” from each 8” edge
4 pieces of 4” x 4” DSP for covers
10 pieces of 3 ½” x 1 ¾” DSP
4 pieces of 3 ¾” x 3 ½” DSP or card stock

Glue Stick
Bind It All
BIA Coil – I used ½” - although the ¾” would work
Mono Adhesive Tape or Sticky Strip
Bone Folder
2 – 4” Chipboard Covers


















Cover your 4” chipboard front and back using glue stick and the pieces of 4”x 4” DSP – set aside. (If desired you can sand the edges with a sanding block and add ink with a sponge dauber)



Using the following diagrams place your DSP pieces onto your 4” and 2” panels of card stock














Inside view of page 1













Backside view of page 1 (the 4" panel is what will be facing you when your book is bound)















Inside view of page 2















Backside view of page 2
















Inside view of page 3














Backside view of page 3


Now you’re ready to use your Bind It All to punch your pages
























Set your Bind It All to “C” (cover) and punch your front and back covers

Set your Bind It All to “D” (inner pages) and punch your inner pages as shown (it may help to refer to the photos above as to where the DSP was placed)























Fold in one of the 2” flaps on page 1 – insert into your Bind It All and punch




















Fold in the 2” flap on page 2 (that does NOT have DSP on both sides) – insert into your Bind It All and punch






















Fold in one of the 2” flaps on page 3 – insert into your Bind It All and punch

Now you are going to attached your pages together as follows













Lay pages 1 and 2 down – front view up. Adhere tape to the right 2” panel on page 1 and adhere it to the left 2” panel on page 2 (making sure to line it up with the punches from the Bind It All)













This is a view of page 1 after it’s been attached to page 2













Lay page 2 down so that you are working on the back of the 4” panel, add tape and adhere it to the back 4” back panel of page 3 (making sure to line it up with the punches from the Bind It All)



















This is a view of all pages when taped together


Now you are ready to add the coil to your book

Assemble in order from left to right





















Back cover, front cover, and pages (note the 2” panels from page 3 are on the top). Slide in the double OWire binding.



















Adjust the micro variable knob to the size wire you are using, place the book into the wire closing channel, bring down the handle and release.

24 comments :

Jen said...

Wow what a great tutorial and pictures to show each step. Thank you so much for taking the time to make this.

Sunflower Stamper said...

Very cool! I'm hoping to make some of these very soon!!!

Beth said...

Awesome tutorial, Lisa. TFS. Could you e-mail the PDF file at scrapbook4ever@yahoo.ca? Thank you so much!!

Hugs,

Beth (I see you over at TJ)

Dawn Easton said...

Yah! I'm sooooooooooooo excited you wrote this Lisa!!! Wish I didn't have a bday party to go to this afternoon...now I'll have to do it this evening! Great tutorial!!! Thanks so much!!!

Tex said...

Thank you for creating your tutorial, Lisa! I truly do want to try one of these! Hoooorayyyy!

~Tex

Dawn Easton said...

Thanks Lisa! This was a great tutorial! Easy to follow too! I have posted mine on my blog but haven't dressed it up just yet.

Shelly McCrary said...

Wow! I thought this was going to be quite a little task but it was so easy Lisa! Your detailed instructions and visuals are top notch. Thank you. I just completed my first one while using my Bind It All for the very first time!

Lisa said...

Shelly - would love to see the BIA Flip Book you made using the turorial. Leave a link - so we can view yours.

~Lisa Somerville

Shelly said...

Lisa, thanks so much for this tutorial! It's awesome! I love your blog and will be adding it to mine soon! Thanks for the inspiration!

twinks said...

TFS such a great tutorial. The pictures are fantastic. Could you please send me the PDF file at sillychubby@gmail.com?

thank you

margerbera said...

Just received my bind it all today and dropped everything to make my first flip book. Soooo Greaaaaat!!! Thank you not only for the tutorial but also for posting the sale on the bind it all.

sabine r./germany said...

What a great tutorial. I need no words to understand.

DymphieM said...

Thank you so much for these clear instructions.

sarah said...

Thankyou so much for this great tutorial, I am waiting for my bia to arrive - cant wait to try this.
Sarah

Poinz said...

Thanks for sharing this lovely tutorial~!

Lynn Mercurio said...

OMGosh, Lisa...what an awesome project. You have really inspired me to make a few of these. Thanks you so much for the wonderful tutorial. It's so easy to follow. This project ROCKS!

Liddy said...

What an awesome tutorial, definitely going to try this, it looks amazing. Thanks so much for sharing.

Sue said...

I have to try to make one of these with my new BIA!

Barb said...

very cool love the book

Larsi said...

Hello!
Today I made my first flip book, and I really love it. Thank you so much for the detailed workshop and all the photos. It was also the first time I used my new BiA to bind something, not just punching. Thanks so much, many greetings from Berlin in Germany,
Sandra

MRsCHADT said...

Easy to follow instructions! Thanks so much for sharing. I made one for a gift, and it was awesome!!

I'll be showing it off on my blog at mrschadt.blogspot.com if you want to check it out!

susanwilliamsrn said...

could you please email this to me? i know its old...but i made 2 of these today! this is a great tutorial

sue ellen said...

It is very nice but what can I use it for?

Nancy Ward said...

Hi!

I wanted to let you know I posted a link to this tutorial today on my blog, PaperFriendly

Nancy Ward
PaperFriendly
http://www.nancywardcrafts.com

 
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