Tuesday, 5 July 2016

More altered papers

Hello all and welcome, specially also to new followers, thank you for coming along on my arty journey!

I am on a mission to use up some of my huge collection of papers, and so I have now finished the second little mini book I have been working on this month.

I have shared in detail in earlier posts how to put minis like these together and also how I go about altering the papers used, if you are interested, you can find descriptions here, here and for the construction of the little book here.
Like usual I have used inks, background stamping, embossing and die cuts.
Most of the stamps used were designed by Gabrielle Polacco.
And here the final two pages, using exactly the same techniques once more, just with different colours.
Most of the dies used are from the Tim Holtz wild flower thinlits set.

And one final tag, to fit in the side pocket between two of the pages:
I embellished the tag with a couple of little home made Tyvek beads and that was pretty much it.
Well, I am glad my little books are finished now, - high time for some different kind of projects and art work, but more of thast in a few days to come. Thank you for your visit like always!
xxxxx

17 comments:

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  2. I always love how you alter your papers and these are gorgeous pages and a beautiful tag to fit in the pocket. Xxx

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  3. Wonderful Astrid. Your ideas inspire so many of us.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  4. What a great work again, love how you used the paper and the flower cuts, great colours and beautiful details!! I admire your bautifull art work!!

    Have fun!!
    Maria

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  5. Stunning little book Astrid with beautiful details and sentiments. Love the Tyvek beads too

    Huge hugs Annie x

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  6. Beautiful pages once again Astrid and those Tyvek beads are gorgeous! Hugs, Anne xx

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  7. This booklet is so beautiful and I love the little Tyvek beads -- lovely!

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  8. Beautiful mini books Astrid, as always so many details to see.
    Yvonne xx

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  9. Gorgeous pages Astrid and lovely details as always. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Avril xx

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  10. these are wonderful Astrid and such a good idea to use up papers - mine just sit gathering dust! Hugs rachel x

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  11. What a darling mini book and tag, Astrid! Everything is so beautiful!

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  12. Wow Astrid, just wow!!! These may be among my favourites of yours! I really love those florals in the background, and the textured flourishes are so Victorian with beauty and elegance! LOVE!! sending hugs :)

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  13. Another stunning project - I love those adorable little Tyvek beads and the beautiful die-cuts that look so different once they are coloured. Just beautiful work.

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  14. What a beautiful mini book, Astrid! The colors and layers are gorgeous! I do always love what I see on your site!

    Hugs, Gaby

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  15. Oh, Astrid! Your mini is STUNNING!! It's filled with marvelous detail everywhere the eye wanders. I've been away a few weeks, so I'm in for some fun catching up on your beautiful works of art!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  16. The mission of using up papers, have lead to such a beautiful a little book, dear Astrid. I love both color combinations, and the lovely dies used ,-and so lovely with the embossing and altering of the papers, first. Gorgeous tag with the Tyvek pearls.
    Hope you are enjoying your time, and send you hugs.
    Dorthe- xoxo

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  17. So pretty - I love how you alter papers to bring them to life, and the die-cuts are so beautifully tinted and perfectly positioned.
    Alison x

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