Sunday, November 22, 2009

A Post Card Album...Magic Tour

I used this Sat and Sun to make this post card album. My best friend Becky went for the Europe tour last month and these are the postcard that sent by her.

So sweet of her and I really like all the postcards, is really looking forward to open my mail box everyday after work. Thanks Becky.


I started with DCWV Rustic collection pattern paper and cut it into the album shape. This album die cut is from QuicKutz the Santa Workshop collection. The set that I used was the GingerBread set, and this is my favorite.

I distressed it with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo distress ink follow by stamping.

Yes, these are my collection of the rubber stamps. These stamp is very unique and they are all from Hero Arts. These are so suitable for doing a travel album.

Here is the individual page where I categorized it by name of places that Becky went. Her first stop was Praque.

Second place should be Budapest but too bad the postcard never arrive...so I continue her journey with Salzburg.
Hallstatt
Vatican

Rome

Venice

Milan

Barcelona
And last stop is London...I used the map of London, is a bit small but that is the only UK map stamp that I have...

The back of the pocket, this is also one of the die cut from GingerBread...

The front of the pocket.

Front Cover.


Inside

The back

Oh yah, I started to use Tim Holtz's Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint...I just can't help and fall in love with this media. Is easy to use, and also quick dry...

Butterfly is from Hero Arts latest Cling Stamp collection.

All the alphabet are Nutmeg by QuicKutz...


3 comments:

MagicBecky said...

How fantastic work you did! You make me wanna travel again, then you can make more artwork related to Travel. he..heee... Well done!

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Beverly said...

Excellent job - I just bought the pocket insert - as that is all that was left at the store for now - and I am impressed with your creativity with the whole set!

Cheers!