Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Postage Stamp Mini


I'm so excited to share my stamp mini album with you that I created for my Guest Designer spot with Donna Salazar!  This is the coordinating album by Maya Road that fits into that little mailbox that I posted here earlier.  The paper line used for this project is "Antiquities" by Donna Salazar for GCD Studios. 
Here's the cover:
The cover is using "Queens Bees" and was punched with a postage stamp border punch.  I included an Epiphany Crafts floral button 20 and an epoxy heart 14 on here.  There is a stamp and hanging from the binding chain is a key and metal charm with a round epoxy 14.  Love those Epiphany charms!!!

The flower is a scrunchy layererd up variety of all kinds of my scraps from the mailbox project.  There is a little River Mossy Smooch Spritz in there too. 
Pages two and three, the left has an Epiphany Round button 20 and the right has a Floral button 20.  Another stamp in the upper right corner.  I'm a huge fan of crinkle seam binding and you'll see that here on a few pages.
Pages four and five.  I love that steam punk paper!  I layered a few punched flowers and created a floral button out of one of my stamps.  If you look closely it says Chicago, IL.  Page five's chandelier was accented with Sugar Shimmer Fairy Dust and it's just beautiful!
Pages six and seven.  I accented page six with three heart shaped buttons using Epiphany Crafts 14 hearts.  There is one more on page seven with a little Zva Creative bling.
Pages eight and nine.  I created a pocket for a few tags on page eight.  I've used a variety of the Epiphany buttons on here, the Round Button 20, Floral Button 20 and Epoxy Heart 14. On Page nine, I've created a library pocket and a tag.  I've trimmed it with a Round Button 20 and some Maya Road velvet ric-rak.

The grungy flower on page nine was created with my River Mossy Smooch Spritz and a few different flower dies, all scrunched up and a heart epoxy with compass directions for the center.
Pages ten and eleven.  Another library pocket and tag, and another button embellishment.  Page eleven is a fun slider pocket.  Here is what it looks like when it's closed:
The back cover:
One more little pocket with a tag.  I just love the added charm that these coordinating buttons from Epiphany Crafts added to this project. 

Thank you so much for spending a moment here today with me!  Have a super creative day!!!
~ Rhonda 

1 comment:

thekolbes said...

OMG what a gorgeous album