Round Robin 2020 #13

Round Robin 2020  #13

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

June 2012 Honolulu Altered Books Group

Aloha everyone,
It truly is hard to believe it, but we have come to the end of our seventh Honolulu Altered Books Group round robin.It started in July 2010 and ended in June 2012. What a ride it has been. We have seen so much fantastic and inspirational art work throughout this round robin. It has been a labor of love bringing you this blog each month. You may be surprised how may people around the world have viewed your art. Here is a rundown of countries that have looked at our art: Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Russian Federation, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy, Hong Kong, Philippines, Mexico, France, Peru, South Africa, Egypt, New Zealand, Malaysia, Columbia, Poland, Belgium, India, Lithuania, Turkey, Ukraine, Israel, Slovakai, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Korea, Czech Republic, Ireland, Pakistan and of course the United States.
       For those of you on the mainland, your books are on the way. We can't wait to hear feed back from you about your books. We boxed them up at the end of our meeting on Saturday, so keep an eye out for your package.

       Thanks again to Deb Z for the use of Rubber Stamp Plantation as our meeting place.

True art is characterized by an irresistible urge in the creative artist.
Albert Einstein

Amy shares a few Punchlines in her Lines and Angles layout.

Pam created this great full moon in the Moonscapes book.

Rebecca shows us this wonderful spread of Paris in the Visions of  London, Paris,
Rome & Asia book.

Rebecca puts her culinary skills to work using food
as her angle in the Lines and Angles book.

Deb Z's  Ensō (円相) is a Japanese word meaning "circle" and a concept strongly associated with Zen. Ensō is one of the most common subjects of Japanese calligraphy even though it is a symbol and not a character. It symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and the void; it can also symbolize the Japanese aesthetic itself. As an "expression of the moment" it is often considered a form of minimalist expressionist art.

Deb Z. made a set of magnetic Cupcake poetry for the Cupcake book.

Extra words to change it up when the need arises. What fun!

Lori takes on Mary Engelbreit in her To Imagine is Everything layout.

Su created this 3D magic lamp for the Three Wishes book.

Su's Three Wishes.

Wild Mandala created by Su.

Dee shows us her Turtle book layout.

More of Dee's Turtle layout.

Dee says connect the dots to find the Turtle.

Tamara discovers nature in her Free to Fly spread. 

Rosemary's take on the Joy book.

Here, Fran displays her lovely Mandala.

Fran's Nick Bantock layout.

For the Found objects book, Fran reveals the top ten items people leave behind
in their hotel rooms.

Darrell celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
in the Visions of London, Paris, Rome & Asia Book

Time to change the guards.

Pip Pip Cheerio.

Lorena made these beautiful translucent wings for the Wings book.

Debbie shows us her Nick Bantock layout.

Inside of Nick Bantock spread.

A mermaid on a Zebra?

Debbie's post card.

Lorraine's Five Little Cupcakes story.


Clean up on aisle five.

Must like policemen!

poor ting!

Nice story Lorraine!

Ingrid found some bones for the Found Objects book.

Kathy uses the letter S in her By the Sea layout for the
Alphabetica book.

Lorraine goes circle crazy in the Circle book.


Pamper yourself.

Gotta eat.

Just desserts.

Fun in the sun.

Put a spring in your step.

Well said Lorraine.

Sox shows us her humorous take on the Cat and Mouse book.

Jessica created a beautiful interpretation for the Moonscapes book.

Rebecca revisits our trip to Ohio to visit her and she "needs" us to visit
her at her new digs in Florida. Wish You Were Here.

Corinne displays a Robert Frost Poem in her Paths and Parallel Universes book.

Laurie's Joy layout.

This is what brings her Joy.

Laurie's Celebrate spread.

Celebrate the Joy!

Laurie's Free to Fly layout.

Laurie's cool Aboriginal hand stencil for the Earth Rhythms book.

Laurie discovers the wonder of bubbles in the Circle Book.

Laurie says Cupcakes Forever in the Cupcake book.

Laurie shows us her turtle mandala for the Mandala book.

Laurie says rub my magic lamp for the Three Wishes book.

Here are Laurie's Three Wishes.


  1. thanks for all your hard work on the blog it has been great getting to see everyone's work!

    I can't wait to see my book in person yeahhh!!!


  2. Congratulations to ALL of these fabulously beautiful books! Um...artists!