Thursday, March 13, 2014

Go, See, Do- Mini Travel Album with Anita H

Hello Crafty Scrappers! Anita Houston from the Artful Maven Haven to bring you a little grungy inspiration today.
Not long ago, The Crafty Scrapper sent me some fabulous paper from Kaiser Craft's Now Boarding Collection, and a 5x4 Chipboard Binder Album from Maya Road. With Spring and Summer vacation travel plans upon us, I thought this would be a good project to house those special photos and treasures from a trip.

 

 This album is composed with a surprising technique for fabric and paper! Look for dates that I am teaching this at the store if you are interested. Enjoy the warmer weather and I hope you get to make some travel plans soon! 
Anita Houston

11 comments:

craftyscrapper said...

Love this book, I think it would be an awesome class??????

Lisa M said...

What a potpourri of paper awesomeness and a side of mystical materials too! Love this eclectic mini trapper keeper of travel memories Anita. WELL DONE!!! I'll be there in spirit for the class :D
hugs,
Lisa x

Cathy L. Calamas said...

It's completely amazing. Love the little bottle and compass on the side.

butterfly said...

Such a gorgeous chunky album - so many fabulous bits of ephemera and lovely tags and flaps and pockets - brilliant use of the papers!
Alison x

Terry said...

All the ephemera have been arranged and layered with pure grunge gorgeousness! What a stunning mini album! Love it!

May said...

Fabulous album Anita... so much goodness to look at... Love the design & papers, Great pockets & tags too... Hugs May x x x

toni said...

Gorgeous journal Anita! Chock full of fabulous detail, wish I could drop in to the class you're teaching ! Xx

Paper Profusion said...

I would soooo love to attend! It looks fabulous with lots of gorgeous elements. Beautifully made! Nicola x

A SASSY SCRAPPER said...

Wonderful mini, AnitaF!

Dianne said...

FANTASTIC, Miss Anita, I want to go whaaa, thanks for sharing..

Marjie Kemper said...

What a super album. Love all that gorgeous layering!