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Exploding Book Tutorial

Posted by red_confetti (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 8, 06 at 14:25

Link below is to a really good words-and-pictures explanation of how to make an exploding book. It is a pdf file.

Here is a link that might be useful: Creating an Exploding Book


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That is some tutorial Thanks.

We made exploding cards one year for the year 2000. It was a rubber band action and when opened confetti flew all over the place. I miss my card classes


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Could you post the address - I'm having difficulty getting there with the link. TIA ~ Lorraine


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You need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader loaded on your computer before you can view the file - it is a pdf. (If you don't have it, go to the second URL below, and it is available there.)

Here is the URL for the Exploding Book Tutorial:
http://www.scrapbook-elements.com/tutorials/MWIRT_CREATING-an-EXPLOSION-BOOK.pdf

And here is the page it is linked from (and also has the Adobe Acrobat Reader download link):
http://www.scrapbook-elements.com/tutorials/paper-arts.html


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"We made exploding cards one year for the year 2000. It was a rubber band action and when opened confetti flew all over the place. I miss my card classes"

Minnie, I would like to know how you made that card. Do you still have the directions?


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I'll try and look it up. Maybe tomorrow


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