Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Some of my current artwork

Asian Themed card using stamps from Lasting Impressions with Panache
Stamp set used from Stampin'Up!-Newsprint Reveal Technique from Technique Junkies. You can join them at www.patstamps.com
Here is another mini Altered Chipboard book that I completed in my local Altered Book Club. The theme here was Oceanography. Today, was just another day...no time for stamping, but I am creating...busy playing with some scrapbook pages. Just thought I would drop in and show you some cards that I recently made. Enjoy your perusing. Come back soon.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Orange mini chipboard book

In my local Scrapbooking Store that I teach at I belong to their Altered Book Group. We meet 1x a month. It is a round robin group and this month I had Rhonda's theme: Colors. Each member when it is their turn, works on a mini chipboard book. Each book is a different color. I chose the color Orange.
The book cover is made from a swatch of Orange fabric. The inside pages are either patterned scrapbook paper or paint chips from The Home Depot paint dept. The embellishments are Jolie Stickers.










Monday, June 1, 2009

Ryan's photo album






On May 17th I posted a pic of the cover of Ryan's scrapbook. Above are some pics of what's inside. I didn't have any pics to put into the book so I sent the book to Ryan and his mom Desiree will have to fill up his book with pics. The theme was Disney animated movies...Now that Ryan received the book I am able to show you what was inside.
Thanks for checking it out.




A past due art book




My boss went to Egypt and I had the bright idea of making her an altered scrapbook of her travels. Of course it was supposed to be her Christmas gift for 2008, however, she just received the finished gift May 2009...I didn't realize how many pictures she took. Check out the pics below...it came out great if I must say so myself! The book has pockets, accordion sections, flip books, 3D elements and lots of rubberstamping. Enjoy perusing these pics. I am quite proud of this accomplishment.