Thursday, July 10, 2014

I am free.

So you know that Altered Pages is partnering with Leaky Shed Studio during the month of June, but did you know how delightful and detailed their chipboard is?  I made a little book (yes, big surprise, another book), this one full up of vintage bits and tags.
hand lettered/drawn banner, Leaky Shed Birdcage
It's two signatures of an origami wallet fold, stitched together with a cover and vellum flyleaf:
Vellum fly leaf with Altered Pages collage image
all the tags are from the Altered Arts Ephemera Pack


the tag booklets use my AP faves--lightbulb pins and transit tokens!
The book is constructed of monotype prints, and spritzed with some Dylusions Spray Inks.
Leaky Shed Corner Flourish, all inked up.  :)
Love the Leaky Shed crowns--I coated this one with embossing powder

Here's the thing--there are probably too many photos, so if you'd like to see more of the tags or detail photos, please stop by my blog: easily amused, hard to offend.

Drop in again soon for more flying inspiration with Altered Pages and Leaky Shed Studio.  And don't forget to leave comments this month--every blog post you leave a comment for gives you a chance at some fun giveaway goodies.

:)trisha

14 comments:

  1. Another fun book project, Trisha! Lots of great tags & things!

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  2. I really love all the wonderful eclectic elements you have used here. Your hand lettering is gorgeous! Have a fun day~kim

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  3. Fabulous little pocket book. I love that style of book, and you have really made an awesome one here. TFS

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  4. Love it! I never thought to use vellum as a cover in that way... beautiful.

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    1. Thanks, Anjuli--I almost always use a vellum flyleaf, I really like how it lets the first page peek through!

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  5. excellent! I love the dimension you've created with all the raised embellishments and ephemera. a genius piece. xo

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  6. Love the mix of papers and all the little details in your mini! It's a treat for the eyes!!! Awesome job!!!

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  7. I love the tag book! The colors and message of being free is awesome♥

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  8. All the little details make it awesome!

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  9. Another stunning and unique book project Trisha, I love all the details and that Leaky Shed Crown looks gorgeous embossed in gold.

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    1. Those chippies really hold up well, I can't believe all the painty/embossing they cant take!!

      :)

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  10. Beautiful, love the vellum! (sorry if this is posting twice, not sure where my first comment disapperared to!)

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