Round Robin 2020 #13

Round Robin 2020  #13

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Honolulu Altered Books Group April 2014

 Welcome to the second to last blog of the 2012-2014 Honolulu Altered Books Group. We have just one round left to go then we finally get to hold, touch, get lost in, enjoy and share with friends all the fabulous art that we created in each others books.
 We couldn't have done it without the generosity of Deb Z 
giving us a place to meet each month. Please visit her web site for Rubber Stamp Plantation for some great Island-inspired products.

An altered book can take you on a journey.
a trip to the past, a visit to the future.
a time of happiness, a time of sorrow.
sometimes funny, sometimes sad.
We can travel the world or stay in our own backyard.
Thank you for going on this journey with us.
 Darrell West

Lorena's pop up layer cake in the All book tells us
we can all have our cake and eat it too.

Hope shares with us Chromesthesia, where
one sees sounds and hears in colors for the
Visual Incongruities & Conundrums book.

Amy knows a secret and she can't keep it to herself.
There's more to Victoria's Secret then meets the eye in her
Book of Secrets and Conspiracies layout.

They found the founder next to a flounder!

Some more dirty little secrets.

Darrell explores movie alchemy, turning
the silver screen into gold.

winners through out the years.

Stephanie shares some Dagwood humor for
the Got Humor? book.

Debbie's Ooh La La Mailbag spread is about the monthly
packages of art that arrive in our mailbox from
our off-island members.

Jennifer's Fairy Tale layout features her daughter
Sachie in a tale that takes place in her husband's
home town of Nakano.
The Crane Maiden was one of Jennifer's favorite
tales as a child.

Lorraine displays her great sense of humor in
her Pockets Of Quotes page.

Rosemary gets all steampunky and floral in
her Steampunk Floral layout.

Marcy created this wicked layout for
the Wicked book.

Pam explains the wonder of color in her
Colors of the Rainbow page.

Diane explores what to do in her To Be or Not
to Be, To Do or Not to Do layout.

May chose Jacaranda for her page in
the Definitions book.

Stephanie's Fairy Tale layout features the old lady
who lived in a shoe.

Kim & Kehau made a fashion statement in
their I love Mid Century Modern layout.

The classic look.

Su explains chromataphore. Or is that a pigment
of my imagination.

Dorie's Origins of Man layout is about alien intervention.

DNA and hieroglyph evidence is out there.

The starchild skull resembles the little green men.

1 comment:

  1. Are you taking new members for next year? How do I get involved?
    Alex True