Thursday, May 26, 2016

Cardboard Roll Album

It's the 26th, so that means it's my day to be featured on Roc's blog 
as a member of her Design Team.

This is a picture heavy post, so grab a drink and enjoy!

I know a young lady who has anxiety issues. She also loves to make art. So I decided to make part of her gift and allow her to finish it as she wishes. I started with toilet paper tubes, flattened them, painted them, then used an old Graphic 45 paper pack and accessories, Botanical Garden to cover the tubes. Then I cut out 8 manilla tags using a Tim Holtz die and my Vagabond. Once they were cut, I used Dina Wakley Heavy Body Acrylic Paints and colored both sides and when that dried, I used Tim's Flourish stencil along with Dina's Gilt and Sterling paints thru the stencil. Then I stamped and cut out various Roc images and adhered them to the tags. Miss E can color the images as she chooses. Each tube holds two tags with images on both sides. 

Here are the stamps I used: Stacked LoveScreaming BunnyStand TallPolka Dot DogCrooked HousePonytailFlying HeartBunnyFlying PigStacked CupsFelineStacked BoxesEllieParty DogDogBird LadyHeart Vine and last but not least Scalloped Lace Border.

Now, on to the pictures!

 I hope Miss E has as much fun coloring these images (plus a few others I will throw in for her to use however she wants) as I did making the mini album!


jeanne said...

love them!!!!!!

roc said...

this is such a wonderful project and a wonderful thing you are doing!

Sam & Poppy said...

these are great Sue!
I love how Roc's stamps just jump right off at you!