Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Mini Book & Grungy Monday #10


I've got a week off so decided to make something for 'me' and to start on a larger (for me) project.  So I made a start on a mini book.  I cut the pages from the spellbinder labels die.   I put some of them through the embossing folders and coloured them with distress inks. 


This just happened to fit in with this weeks Grungy Monday theme, which this week is a t!m product - distress inks!!!!


I then went on to decorate each page with various techniques, materials and findings.


These are just a few pages from the mini book.

16 comments:

Deborah said...

Making 'me' art is the best! Love how you have echoed the circles with the cogs etc. And congrats on your first digital background paper - looking forward to what you come up with.

Zoechaos said...

Neat! XOXO Zoe

Chris said...

Love this book, Sam. So much texture and depth.

Have a fab week off.

downrightcrafty said...

your having far too much fun, love these pages and all the little details
Hugs Kate xx

Alison said...

Fantastic little book Sam! Love it! xxx

Daniele said...

stunning book, lots of lovely details

Sid said...

Fab little book Sam !!

Shairon said...

I so love mini books and this is a beut Sam. Enjoy your week off work! xx

hazel said...

Great textures in your book Sam, it's fabulous.
xxx Hazel.

fairy thoughts said...

lovely cool little book, great colouring
janet

Laurie said...

Your mini book is wonderful. Love all the pages,colors,backgrounds it is just so cool. Great job!

LazyKaY said...

Thia ia terrific!

xxxxxxxxxx

sasa said...

fab little book - a great cover, love those letters...
Sarah (at 46 on GM)

Linda Ledbetter said...

What a completely delightful little book, Sam! I love your use of Distress Ink and all the great textures and blending you created. This is one to treasure, and an awesome piece for GM10!

Sam said...

Lovely little book there Sam. There is something so satisfying about makin something at a time when you should be in work!!

Neet said...

Great book with lots of lovely texture.

Blog Archive