Round Robin #10

Round Robin #10

Thursday, June 16, 2011

May/June 2011 Altered Books Round Robin

Aloha everyone,


Welcome back to the Honolulu Altered Books Group blog. After taking


a break in May so Deb Z. could finish her remodel of Rubber


Stamp Plantation, we were back in force with a plethora of fantastic art to


share from all over the country and Canada.


There are quite a few layouts to view this month, so kick back and have a cup of your


favorite beverage and enjoy this artful journey.






"I shut my eyes in order to see"


Paul Gauguin









Rebecca's colorful butterfly Mandala


(May)




Rebecca used collage, watercolors and even made
her own stamps.
Celebrate Life
(April)




Rebecca reveals her three wishes.
#1




#2






Yum, home cookin'


#3


(June)







Pam made me dizzy with her Mandala layout.


(June)







Darrell takes joy in making up his own words to songs.








Listening to music brings JOY


(May)





Corinne stiched up a beautiful garden of JOY.


(June)




Back side of Garden with techniques.





Darrell took the theme Celebrate Life literaly.


(June)


Debbie takes us on a Gilded Age fashion tour.




Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage.


(May)





Debbie explains PHOBOPHOBIA.





A fear of phobias. LOL


(June)









Lorraine does not like fish at all. Would that be Nemophobia?




This might explain it.


(May)





Lorraine's beautiful Guilded Age tag layout.


(April)




Dee shares some humor with this cats generosity.




Dee shows us a favorite Cat and Mouse page from her childhood.


(May)





Dee displays some Found Objects.




More of Dee's Found Objects. Check out the bed making exercise.


(June)





Stephanie's cat seems to be playing with it's food in the


Cat and Mouse book.


(June)






Corinne shows us a fabulous butterfly spread in the


Free to Fly book.


(May)






Laurie reeled in a big fish in the Lines and Angles book.
(May)




Lindsay created these great air dry clay circles for the


Circle Book.


(May)





Sox created these medieval letters for the


Alphabetica book.


(June)





Stephanie says "Spread your Wings"


in the Wings book.








More wings to spread.


(May)







Sox created this neat digital Turtle layout.


(May)






Rosemary reminisces about Paris in the


Visions of London,Paris,Rome & Asia book.


(May)






Rosemary explores the types of moonscapes.


(June)




Fran gives us the lyrics to Blue Moon for the Moonscapes book.


The book actually sings the words.


(June)





Fran is Having a Great Time with travel stamps.





Frans takes a road trip in the Having a Great Time book.


(May)







Lori shows us her Vision of Cupcakes in the Cupcake book.


(May)







Lori's layout for the Free to Fly book.


(June)




Deb Z designed this wonderful scene in the


To Imagine is Everything book.


(May)





Deb Z shows us her take on Paths and Parallel Universes.



Deb Z shows us the way.


(June)





Tamara shows us a Seattle influenced Nick Bantock layout.


(May)




Tamara shows us this amazing flower pop up.





Su goes ballooning in the Having a Great Time Book.


The balloon actually moves.


(May)




Su does a balancing act in the Lines and Angles book.


(June)




Lorena uses meaningful words and scratch art in her Earth Rhythms book.


(May)




Lorena reminds us that a slow and steady pace wins the race in


the Turtle book.


(June)






Amy goes to the well for this Three Wishes page.





Make a wish upon a star!




Birthday Wishes.


(May)




Amy is in touch with her family's ties to the Islands.




Amy shows us a close up photo of a tiki tourch


mounted on a ti leaf.








Mike shares his view on To Imagine is Everything book.
(April)






Lindsay serves up some very tasty looking cupcakes for


the Cupcake book.


(May)