Round Robin 2020 #13

Round Robin 2020  #13

Friday, May 31, 2013

Honolulu Altered Books Group May 2013

It's getting hot here in Honolulu as summer nears, and your art work is heating up as well.
 The books are getting fatter and heavier as this Round Robin continues. Just to review a couple of size changes in some books that were measured incorrectly.
#1 The All book should be 5 3/8"W x 8 1/4"H 
#2 The book of Secrets and Conspiracies should be  7 7/8" W X 9 7/8" H
#3Origins of Man should be 7 38" W X 9 3/16" H
Please make changes on your spread sheets.
   We are looking forward to the coming months to see what you talented artists will produce for
your assignments.
  Mahalo to Deb Z for letting us meet at Rubber Stamp Plantation every month. Be sure to check out her web page

Better late then never, but never late is better.
Darrell West 
Lorraine gives us a little Adam & Eve action on
her Origins of Man spread.

Rosemary gives us her version of Humpty Dumpty
in the ALL book.

All the kings horses.... know the rest of the story.
Marcy's Visual Incongruities and Conundrums


Pam asks "Have you read between the lines"
in her Book of Secrets pages.

Follow the poem to find the secret treasure.
Rosemary shares her Diamonds and Rust pages.

May kept us in stitches in her Got Humor layout.
Kim and Kehau shows us that snail mail still
works. The snails even move along on the page for
the Ooh La La Mailbag layout.

Su shares a Fairy Tale with Asian influence
in the Fairy Tale book.
Dorie shows her Pockets of Quotes pages.

Lorena created a fab layout for the
Steampunk Floral book.
Hope took the Creepy road on her Wicked layout.
Amy makes us yearn......
...for a rainbow colored shave ice, in her
Colors of the Rainbow spread.
Darrell flipped out on his
To Be or Not To Be layout.

Do these shoes make me look fat?

Hey dog, I'll play with you!
Teri shares an Ogden Nash poem in her
Octopus pages.
And what better then a guide for
taking care of your Octopus!

Always keep a tea cup available while
taking care of an Octopus.

Debbie takes us to tomorrow land in her
I love Mid Century Modern layout.

" there's a great big beautiful tomorrow,
Shining at the end of every day."
Jennifer remembers a childhood road trip that
includes the Twizzlers scenario in her
Childhood Memories pages.

1 comment:

  1. These look fabulous!! I'll bet they really are getting fat!

    I hope the little book of Octopus facts I made arrived intact with that page.I'm guessing it just didn't make it into the photo.