Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Mini Album for a Rock Star! CTMH Scrapbooking in Melbourne, Florida

Happy hump day!  Remember saying that when you were a kid?  Oh, we thought we were so clever.  TGIF - how cool was it to rattle off that one?  KISS - keep it simple, stupid.  I don't imagine teachers can use that one nowadays without getting sued.  Good grief!

Off my soapbox now and on to this little acrylic album I made.   I made the images small since there are so many - click on the images to enlarge them and you'll notice the clear stars and flourishes along the right and bottom borders.    Here I've flipped the cover open so you can see right through - how cool is that! These are CTMH's new Rockin' Top Coats - just $4.95 for 14 really cool colorful clear images.  How cool is that winged heart!

This is the same acrylic album that I used in this post with the "Sweet Home" paper.  These can be challenging to do, as you want your project to look good "through and through/   You'll be able to see some pages all the way through to the back, if you do it right!

I've flipped through a couple of the inside pages so you can see more of the Top Coats.  The coordinate with this paper, which is "You Rock".    I've worked up a little workshop that includes a partial paper packet, the acrylic album, Rockin' Top Coats, buttons, ribbon and instructions.  Drop me an e-mail if you're interested.

For those of you in the frozen tundra, enjoy your snow days!



Kathi Carlson said...

Great album, Deb! Love those fun papers. I've never tried an acrylic album. Need to find my nerve one of these days. LOL.

In "real" snow country, we're getting a little reprieve as they get blasted elsewhere. Fine by me. LOL.

Take care!

Haley D. said...

What a cool album! How did you get the Top Coats to adhere? They look terrific.