Monday, August 2, 2010

Mini Album Continued

Good thing I live in Hawaii, this is a late post, but at least it is still Monday!  I am back at work today, thankful to have had the holiday and thankful to have a job to go back to.

Here are a few last pics of the mini album.
These are all stamps from Rubber Stamp Plantation.  They  were stamped with Distress Inks on the back of the packing tag.  I love this image of the beautiful Hawaiian Wahine (woman).



These images are all Hero Arts.  The background image is stamped with Versamark Watermark Ink, embossed with clear embossing powder and smudged with Distress Ink.  The flower image is done the same way.  Ribbon is American Crafts and the tags are jewelry tags from a local office supply store which were inked with, you guessed it, Distress Ink!


The leaves on this page are from Rubber Stamp Plantation.  Their images are so perfect with creating projects with a Hawaiian or island theme.  The Ledger Clings stamp from Hero Arts was used again here.  The flower is from a Prima grab bag with miscellaneous bling placed in the center.



Another Rubber Stamp Plantation image here, stamped with Versamark Sepia Ink and clear heat embossed.  The background is Distress Ink with Sheer Shimmer Spritz from Tsukineko sprayed to look lik moonbeams.  The ribbon is May Arts.  The background is embossed with one of the Tim Holtz/Sizzix embossing folders (LOVE THESE!) and colored with Distress Inks applied with the Inkessential sponge applicator.




The last page is a Hero Arts background image, again stamped with Versamark Watermark Ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder and Distress Ink applied with sponger applicator.

This mini album was a lot of fun to do, can't wait to give it to my friends, hopefully with a few pictures included.

Aloha,
Brenda

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