Round Robin 2020 #13

Round Robin 2020  #13

Monday, March 19, 2012

Honolulu Altered Books Group March 2012

We had another great meeting of the Honolulu Altered Books Group last week. It was so much fun seeing every body's art work and hearing the funny stories about there success's as well as their challenges.
We also want to thank Deb Z once again for letting us meet at Rubber Stamp Plantation and being so generous with her time and space.
For our Mainland members, we continue to be amazed at the art we receive each month and just wish you could all be here to enjoy the meetings. Pam Yee is still here from Michigan and we just want her to move here.
Let's all send prayers to Fran Yee. We will be thinking about you and hope to see you at the May Meeting.

Being an artist
means, not reckoning and counting,
but ripening like the tree

which does not force its sap
and stands confident
in the storms of spring

without the fear that after them
may come no summer."
Rainer Maria Rilke

Deb Z went for a little walk and this is what she found
for the found objects book. It goes to show you that art is all around us!

 Amy created quite a spread for the Visions of London,Paris,Rome & Asia.

 Ooh la la

 Amy's Paris

 Oui! Oui!

 Lori shows us her letter T for torso in the Alphabetica Book.

 Dee shows us three beautiful Mandalas for the Mandala Book.

Dee's pouch to hold her Mandalas.

 Rosemary went circle crazy in her Circle book layout.

 Page 2 of Rosemary's Circle layout.

 Pam's To Imagine is Everything spread.

 Pam's second page for To Imagine is Everything.

 Lorena's tongue in cheek Moonscapes layout.

 Tamara explores Earth Rhythms one dot at a time.

Fran was cooking up some cupcakes for the Cupcake Book.

 Debbie created a pop up butterfly for the wings book.

 Close up of Debbie's zentangled butterfly.

 Darrell explores his first hand phobia of clowns. (on the giving end)

  Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns. for the phobia Book.

Sox says call 911 on her Wish You Were Here layout.

 Page 2 of Sox's Wish You Were Here layout.

 Jessica's creative Nick Bantock spread.

 Stephanie's Free to fly layout (Nov 11) 

 Ingrid displays this quote by Jean Paul Sartre for
the Lines and Angles Book.

 Lorraine's cat shows us how to Google in hopes of
catching a mouse.

 Lindsay shows us her Turtle spread.


  1. Nice work ladies! I loved looking at all the beautiful work!

  2. These are ALL SO wonderful. The cat at the computer is hilarious!!