Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Good things come to those who wait.

Well I finally recieved my Masculine Chunky Book! Jan has been running around like a mad woman, but did get the books sent out. I actually recieved mine last Thursday, but was too sick to post. I think the nurse practitioner at my local clinic is crazy. But this post is about my book sooooo Here it is! This first page was done by Alyce. Alyce this key is really cool, much different than I have ever seen before, wherever did you get it?
Back page of Alyces, front of Barbaras. Barbara!!! love the background, did you use flock on there?

Back page of Barbaras, front page of mine. Love the stamp Barbara, whose is it?

Back page of mine front page of Dianes. I love how you did this Diane, all the layers really makes this page. I just love it. Is the photo a real family photo, or from a book? The little Michelan Man is too cute, where did you get him?

Back of Dianes, front of Jans. Diane when I turned the page and saw the glittery bike I was sure this was Robins page. You had me fooled. Jan I think I know who this is, but am not going to put my foot in my mouth. Tell me who it is please, and where you found the photo.

Back of Jans, front of Lindas. Linda I love how this page tells a story. What a great collage!

Back of Lindas front of Lisas. Lisa is the background stamped, or designer paper. Its really cool and I want some. LOVE LOVE LOVE the rusty heart, please share your source!

Back of Lisas front of Robins. Lisa I love the Leonardo stamp, is it from Stampland? Robin!!! Love this page! Where did you find all the little trinkets? Is the background the one we discussed with the model paint?

Back of Robins, front of Sonias. Ok Robin, this background is different, which one is it? Sonia is this just DTP. It looks really cool. You must have done it differently than I ever have. I love the stamps, where are they from?

Back of Sonias page. Just as great as the front!!! Does the man come on the same plate as the wheels?

1 comment:

Rockin Robin Caldwell said...

Brenda...if I am not mistaken, I think I just took the createx paint and sponged it on the "naked" coaster. The front of the piece was done with the black glossy CS and createx. Smooshed with another piece of black glossy CS and then pulled apart at an angle. Then, I stamped some great "science related" stamps over that. The funky embellishments are transistors, resistors and capacitors from a local electric supply company!! Labor intensive, but oh...so worth it!!!