I posted about these coins and booklets in a previous post. They are so much fun. Here are the three little booklets I have made so far:
And below some of the latest coins I have made, the one in the middle at the bottom is the one that Annie made in exchange for a couple of mine.
This one uses some paper dolls and a little vintage flower image cut with one of the Tim Holtz postage stamp thinlets dies, plus a few scraps of washi tape and one of Tim's word stickers.
This one was collaged with bits and pieces from the Stamperia Time is an Illusion paper collection. This paper is just perfect for this and for making coins too! The text is from Tim's Snarky comments stickers.
Here are a couple of mixed media coins, using die-cuts, a few chipboard scraps, texture paste and gold foiling.
These three use different backgrounds, the left distress inks and infusions plus a stamped image from Tim's Mr Bones stamp set. The middle one was done with Oxides, infusions, a bird stamp (sorry don't know who made it), some foiling and washi etc. The one on the right finally was made with the same Stamperia paper I used for the album and some paper dolls.
Here finally is a close up of Annie gorgeous coin, I just love it. She also used the Stamperia paper/
The words both she and I used on our coins, came mostly from a word sheet I made and will share as a freebie below. Just print out on white thin card and use as you want. I made up phrases and sized it so it would fit the 2.5" coins (printed on A4 card) But you can of course use them for whatever you want. Enjoy.
I tried to print it on black card as I thought that might save on ink, but it did not work, just to warn you.....
Well that's it from me for today. Tomorrow I am off to Australia for 4 weeks to be with my lovely family there, so it will be very quiet here indeed, but I will try and visit at least sometimes.
Thanks for your visit here like always