Monday, October 06, 2008

Maya Road Gear Book

This chipboard album was so much fun to use. The cover of the album actually comes apart to make a frame. You can then use the gears in all sorts of creative ways. I backed some of the gears with papers. I also used the cuttlebug to emboss the letters. I wish you could see how shiney everything is with the Maya Mist.
The rest of the album is on my blog. I hope this will inspire you to try one of these little cuties.
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Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

You make some beautiful things...very creative.

My Crafty Little Page said...

Well, I wish I was spending the day at the Crafty Scrapper with you and the other cowgirls! I really loved the store! :)Nancy

Dee Light said...

That is so cool!! Great for a boy!!

gbloom studio said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I love your haunted house, it adorable! You are very talented!

Sweetie said...

Thanks for visiting me. Your talent is unique. I love the great ideas. I srcapbook during the winter months. My daughter and a group of friends scrapbook together once a week. I'm going to hotlink your blog to her. She and her friends are always looking for new ideas.

Thru Pink Curtains said...

now that is a good album to have for a boy. i have one grandson and that is a great way to decorate his pictures. thanks

Tonia said...

wow, that is so nice! the page here is awsome - and your work incredible!

Kimberly said...

Cute album!

The house was pretty much a normal historic house-turned restaurant on the inside (thick wood moldings, fireplaces in almost every room it seemed). I read that the pink comes from the original brick facade showing through the plaster that was put over it. I did a search of "olde pink house savannah" on Flickr and found a picture of the room I think we ate in:

Thanks for dropping by!

judicreations said...

That is soooo cute. I love it. I will follow your blog and find out more about it. I'd love to try something like that.
Thank you for sharing.
I hope you've had a great day.
Come by and visit my blog when you have a chance.