Pop Up Photo Album

pop up photo album
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  • Photo Album is a compilation DVD released in 2005 that contains all eight of Nickelback's music videos released up to that date. The first seven videos had already been released on the previous DVD The Videos.
  • A photographic album, or photo album, is a collection of photographs, generally in a book. Some albums have compartments which the photos may be slipped into; other albums have heavy paper with a sticky surface covered with clear plastic sheets, in which photos can be put.
  • The Photo Album is the third studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on October 9, 2001, on Barsuk Records.
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  • pop-up book: a book (usually for children) that contains one or more pages such that a three-dimensional structure rises up when a page is opened
  • pop fly: a short high fly ball
  • A pop-up picture in a book
  • crop up: appear suddenly or unexpectedly; "The farm popped into view as we turned the corner"; "He suddenly popped up out of nowhere"
  • A book containing such pictures
  • A pop-up menu or other utility
pop up photo album - Goffengel Christmas
Goffengel Christmas Pop Up Photo Album Book
Goffengel Christmas Pop Up Photo Album Book
The Pop-up Christmas Album is the perfect gift for the person who has everything. The album holds 39 - 4'' x 6'' landscape photographs. It contains five spreads with thematic pop-ups including a spread with 19 small circular shaped photo frames that are worked into the snowflake art and allows you to integrate and personalize your book. Each photograph frame is double layered like a small book allowing for two photographs to be inserted into each one. The top photograph is lifted up to reveal the one underneath. Waiting inside of each frame are little hidden surprise pop-ups. What seems like a gazillion Snowmen leap up off of each page doing things that only Christmas Snowmen do. On the first page they are putting the star on top of their own Christmas tree. Next on page two we catch those rascally snowmen at their secret task... ice fishing for presents! (now you know where Christmas presents really come from, don't tell anyone!). Skating on the frozen pond is the theme of page three. Two merry snowmen pivot and spin their days away. Page four finds two adorable snowmen trying to catch the Christmas snow. And finally stepping in for the eight reindeer and pulling Santa Snowman's sleigh are of course eight snow deer with sticks stuck in their hats as antlers. Open a photo frame and you find the man himself, Santa Snowman! The Pop-up Christmas album is the perfect, fun, whimsical gift for that person who has everything because it is the first of its kind. No one can resist this adorable book with its snowy cover and hard sided slipcase that will protect it for years to come. All of the Goffengel Albums are entirely hand made of paper, and thus are wonderful works of art. All Pop-up books should always be handled with care. Always open the pages of the album one at a time, and to their full open position. Never flip quickly through, or open pages part way as this engages the mechanisms that are then not allowed to complete their actions, and will cause artwork

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mini album - Work in progress...
mini album - Work in progress...
I just Love my garden :) I Love flowers, watcing them, smelling them, waiting for them to bloom. So I just had to make a mini album all about my garden. All the pics in my album was taken with my cellphone, I don't have a camera yet :) so the quality is not always good. The album is not finished yet, but I'll share some of my work in progress with you :) Hope you like it :) This is The front cover of my mini. I mainly used Basic Grey - Sultry paperpad for this album. And heaps of vintage photo distress ink :) I wasn't quite happy about the bright pink background paper and toned it dowm using a mask and white opache ink, the pocket is an inked coin envelope, which I redused in size to fit the print out of the vintage petunia seed packet. the flowers are primas, the butterfly is from a dollar store, it was turquois and I alcohol inked it to match. I glued down some venice lace and paperlace napkin over it. The letters which spells hage, the norwegian word for garden, was made by heat embossed stamping chipboard using inchie stamps from inkadinkado, I then glued down the chipboard letterstickers and used diamond glaze to finish them off. The swirl is maya road chipboard, painted stamped with french script stamp, embossed and finished off with diamond glaze. there's a small handmade and stamped tag in the coin envelope. the fleur de lis pull is embossed. The heart was cut from cardstock and covered in paper, the small flower is a stamp, and I put diamond glaze on it. I popped things up with some dimensionals. This album was inspired by a lot of wonderful women posting tutorials and minialbums on you tube.
Scrapbooking 101
Scrapbooking 101
Day 170. I got another scrapbook layout done today. Slowly but surely I am getting caught up. Next I will be onto Fall of 2008 so it won't be long. Scrapbooking is something I am very passionate about and have been doing it long enough to know a thing or to. I used to teach rubber stamping and scrapbooking before I decided sales just weren't for me. Some of the best tips I can give a new scrapbooker are: Layer - nothing will pop a picture out of a page more than a piece of cardstock layered behind it cut to an 1/8" larger. Coordination - pay attention to the colors that our in your photos and coordinate them. Use a color wheel if you aren't sure. Layout - don't space everything evenly all the time. Offsetting the photos so they don't cut the page in half will help it look more pleasing to the eye. Journal or Not - some photos tell the story themselves others do not. If you want a special story to be remembered, write it down. Preserve - if you have old photos sitting around in an ancient photo album or shoebox PLEASE put them into something acid free and photo safe if you care about preserving them at all. All scrapbooking products today are made to withstand time and not eat away at photographs like the old photo albums did. You know the kind with the static cling pages: BAD!

pop up photo album
pop up photo album
Eminem Presents: The Re-Up
Eminem Presents: The Re-Up (Shady Records/Interscope Records), began as a street mixtape project--an underground, unofficial CD with raw production values--designed to help launch new Shady Records artists Stat Quo, Ca$his and Bobby Creekwater. "But what happened is that the material was so good and the tracks were getting produced like a regular album," said Eminem. "Instead of putting it out there rough and unfinished, I thought we should add some other new tracks, make it a real album, and put it in the record stores to give these new artists a real boost." The album was executive produced by Eminem, who also produced the majority of the songs. A handful of selections were produced by The Alchemist, who also compiled the album in true mixtape fashion. The Alchemist is best known for his work with Cypress Hill, Nas, Snoop Dogg, Mobb Deep, and Jadakiss.
Each of the tracks makes its official CD debut on Eminem Presents: The Re-Up, though Stat Quo's "Billion Bucks," and Obie Trice's "Cry Now" (Remix), produced by LT Moe, was recently released on mixtapes and to radio. The first single and video will be "You Don't Know" from Eminem, 50 Cent, Ca$his and Lloyd Banks. With Eminem and Ca$his from the Shady camp and 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks from G-Unit, the rap illustrates the unity of the two organizations.
The Re-Up also gave acclaimed hip-hop producer The Alchemist a chance to work with Shady's new regime. After joining forces on-stage as Eminem's DJ on last year's Anger Management 3 tour, Alchemist and the Shady camp began collaborating in the studio. This new album features the results of this anticipated collaboration with new tracks produced by The Alchemist featuring Stat Quo, Ca$his, Bobby Creekwater and Obie Trice.
Among the album's other recordings are "No Apologies" from Eminem; "Talkin' All That" from Ca$his; "City Of Gold" from Bobby Creekwater; "Murder" from Bizarre and Kuniva (both of D12); and The "Smack That (Remix)" with Akon.
Stat Quo, hailing from Atlanta, was signed to a joint deal between Shady Records and Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment after Eminem and Dre heard him on the Underground Atlanta mixtape series. Creekwater, also from Atlanta, was inked after Eminem heard his work on demos and in the studio with The Alchemist. Ca$his, a Chicago native transplanted in his youth to Orange Co., California, was a member of West Coast underground favorites The Renegadez.
Rampant misinformation about Eminem Presents: The Re-Up included many false internet tracklistings and that the mixtape would be a tribute to D12's Proof, the recently slain rapper and close friend of Eminem. "The D12 album and those unreleased songs with Proof are coming," said Eminem. "But The Re-Up is about these new artists and these new songs. It isn't fair to them or to the memory of Proof to mix them up."

What began life as an informal street mix-tape project to help launch fledgling Shady Records artists (Stat Quo, Ca$his, Bobby Creekwater, Obie Trice, and producer The Alchemist) has now become an official release. Flowing fairly randomly from track to track, the project, perhaps surprisingly for such a high profile outing, retains its original mixtape vibe. It's a thuggish and sluggish affair, led by Alchemist's somber, strong-arm beats (with additional production from Dr. Dre amd Kon Artis), and inhabited by a varied range of voices, from the Shady Records artists previously mentioned to Eminem himself (on half a dozen tracks), and appearances from 50 Cent, the recently slain Proof, and others from the G Unit crew. With so many cuts at the same tempo and with the same moody aura, it can all start to wear a little in places. Indeed, with such a wealth of up and coming talent and established personnel at work, there really ought to be more stand-outs. As it is, we get perhaps six killers (including Eminem-led cuts, "The Re-Up" and "Jimmy Crack Corn"), a disproportionate amount of fillers, and a mixtape/album that--just about--leaves a vaguely positive impression. --Paul Sullivan