Saturday, January 12, 2013

Art Journal Caravan - Passport Book 2013

 I continue to be amazed with the Art Journal Caravan 2013 that I signed up for.  The inspiration and materials supplied for this is just outstanding.  Our journal pages that we post receive passport stamps from Tangie, there will be one for every week, so at the end of 2013 there will be 52 passport stamps.  Being both a visual and tactile being, I wanted a book to keep them in, so that I could go back and look at any point. I decided on a book size of 6 1/2"X4 1/2".  The cover background is from Tangie Baxter, designer and tour guide for Art Journal Caravan 2013 at Scrapbook Graphics.  Also the wonderful AJC stamp upper left corner.  I designed the 2013 passport stamp using Shilouette DE.  I added some metal photo corners, an inspiration word metal "inspire" and one of my favorite old rusty keys.
Here is page 1 of the passport stamp book, I decided to use the page submitted as my background paper and then created a print n cut of the stamp and adhered it to the background.  At some point I will design tabs, probably with the week # the stamp was given.  The book was bound with my "Cinch"  Hope all is well in your world, that's it for now, hugs


Loopylou. said...

oooh its looking really cool sandi, I love seeing how your page from the other day fits in the journal too.
huge hugs Lou xxx

1CardCreator said...

Love this, you are really on a roll!

Carole Beath said...

What a wonderful project..... You are awesome, just plunge right into techniques and designs.

mickeydee said...

Your talent is awesome! I am looking forward to following you on this passport jouney. (I love the rusty keys)

Donna B. Miller said...

This is fantastic. You've inspired me to do a passport book of my own. You're right -- this is the best art journaling class ever.

johanna said...

what a GREAT idea to go with these stamps! i have not decided yet how to display the collection, but your little book looks fantastic!

DonnaMundinger said...

Looks like such a fab project. I so wish I could commit to something like this. gorgeous and so inspiring! xxD