Photo Drop Box Project

Photo Drop Box Project

Julie Heyer

The Photo Drop Box Workshop will always have a special place in my heart. Last year I submitted this idea to Tricia to be included as a Retreat 2017 workshop.

2017 Photo Drop Box Workshop #clubscrap #photobox

She loved my prototype and instructions and with her help, we developed the project.

Photo Drop Box Prototype
The prototype for Photo Drop Box project.

Then she asked me if I would you like to teach the workshop at Retreat this year. Wait . . . WHAT? Of course, I said yes and I am forever grateful to Tricia, Karen and everyone at August Retreat for making this experience one I will never ever forget!

 

Photo Credit - Fran Couzens. Teaching my first project workshop at Retreat in August 2017

Photo Drop Box

The box holds three stitched books featuring 4.25x6.25 pages to perfectly accommodate 4x6" photos. Each book can hold 24 pictures, and that means a grand total of 72 photos per box!

2017 Photo Drop Box Workshop #clubscrap #photobox

Jacqueline designed a gorgeous all-over collage print for the exterior of the box. I couldn't resist creating paper flowers with the scraps to embellish the outside.

2017 Photo Drop Box Workshop #clubscrap #photobox

We included a mat for the front of the box to showcase a favorite photo. I added photo corners to my project to make switching up the featured picture a breeze.

2017 Photo Drop Box Workshop #clubscrap #photobox

The pages are attached to the spines with a long stitch technique. The silver box knobs are functional as well as decorative.

2017 Photo Drop Box Workshop #clubscrap #photobox

The spines of each book rest on the cleverly designed ledge at the top of the box.

2017 Photo Drop Box Workshop #clubscrap #photobox

Pick up your Photo Drop Box workshop kit from the store and follow along with the helpful video tutorial to make one of our own! Happy Crafting!

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