Thursday, October 7, 2010

Oh Baby! More Signatures

It's been awhile since I showed more signatures in this book. Above is the cover, and here and here are the first set of signatures. Once again, I am showing only half the second set, so you don't get bored, and because I haven't had a chance to scan and rotate the rest of them. So today I will be showing pages 49 through 71. I will show pages 72 through 96 as soon as I get them blog ready. Feel free to click to enlarge, even though they were saved at quite low resolution.

Page 49 has ledger paper and a picture of a model from an old book from the 40s.

Page 50: Book page and magazine image cut to look like paper doll clothing. Page 51: Scrapbook paper and star cut from card stock.

Page 52: Scrap book paper. Page 53: Magazine image and rubber stamps.

Page 54: Paint chips, calendar page. Page 55: math (multiplication) flash card sewn on using a bandage.

Page 55 detail: Back of flash card and magazine image.

Page 56: Two paint chips, one of which was turned into a pocket. Page 57: Circle and ribbon strip (MS punch) from security envelope. All on grid paper that was painted with Staz-on reinkers and 91% alcohol.

Page 58: Dress colored and cut by hand. Page 59: Image from old book on colored card stock.

Page 60: Pocket from painted paper on an old scanner manual. Page 61: Notepad flower.

Page 61 detail: Music flash card, scrap book paper, images from vintage book hidden by back of note paper, which is also another writing surface.

Page 62: Magazine image and card stock on colored paper. Page 63: Background is scrapbook paper. Words from magazine, ribbon punched from colored paper.

Page 64: Day timer page from 1988 that I colored. Scrapbook paper and punched paper ribbon. Page 65: Sticker and bird punched out on envelope I spray painted.

Page 66: Card stock attached to envelope using colored duct tape. Page 67: Colored card stock (cut using decorative scissors) and tickets on colored paper.

Page 66 detail: More red duct tape holds lined note pad to envelope.

Page 68: Crossword puzzle on colored paper. Page 69: Cut hearts and magazine images on a page I colored with dye based ink on a page from an old scanner manual.

Page 70: Sticker and scrapbook paper on dye ink page. Page 71: Vellum Log 10 graph paper and reversible scrapbook paper. Whew!! Only 25 to go.

Do you love ATCs? Do you like layers and texture? Today the spotlight goes to a blog that has both and I can't even understand it! I translated it from French to English, but it really doesn't help much. However, you don't have to speak the language to appreciate the beautiful art on it. One thing I did understand was that the blog owner was no longer posting there, and had moved to another blog address. However, I really liked the blog I'm going to provide a link to better than the new one. After you get to Addict to ATCs, you can always click on the new link, which is in the first post on the page. Don't let the name fool you, though. There are lots of gorgeous mixed media canvases that are quite large. There are also assemblages and altered art that will make you smile. So get addicted to Addict to ATCs today.

15 thoughtful remarks:

Healing Woman said...

The paper doll cover is what first caught my attention. When I looked inside and saw all your signatures, I really got excited. What a book! It seems you have samples of so many different techniques and papers. Really nice.

Halle said...

Oh cool...more wonderful sewn journal pages!

elle said...

Great! Maybe I should do my first book on paper dolls. I luved them way back when and I luv them now!

Dianne said...

outstanding assortment of recycled images and papers! I love the multiplication flash card--I would never have thought of that...this will be fantastic when completed.

La Dolce Vita said...

great pages E, I love the bathing beauty! xx's

Anonymous said...

Very cool pages! Just curious, are you going to use the journal as a journal or keep it as is?

notmassproduced said...

lovely compositions and colours

Terri Kahrs said...

Awesome signatures, Elizabeth! Love the way you've used the paint chips - they're always so much fun. I'd have never thought of making a pocket out of one, though! Thanks for the inspiration!!! Hugs, Terri xoxoxo

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

More fabulous pages Elizabeth ;-) The images in the first picture remind me of the 'scraps' I used to collect as a young girl - they came back in vogue at one time and I wished I'd kept mine; along with the small cards I had of film stars of the day!
I've found when you translate online you get some strange translations, they can be quite amusing at times :-)
Anne x

thekathrynwheel said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog today and for your lovely comments. I haven't had much time for blog hopping recently so I'm behind on visiting blogs too. I love what I see here though! This looks amazing :-)

Marilyn Rock said...

Just more eye candy here Elizabeth. Love your pages! There are so many fun inclusions. xxoo

Lori Saul said...

A glorious book full of artful expressions- something to hold on to and keep close!

PaperPumpkin said...

I LOVE your pages!!! Thank you for sharing them!

Lynn said...

Wonderful jounal pages all........

Dawn said...

I really liked this book, it looks like the kind of book I would like to make. This has space for journalling etc I thought this was how all journals are but not so much when you make your own. some just seam to be for decoration (art journals) suppose it journalling art you do.

Always fabby to see you and always so much fun to have a read, The Mexico book may be old but this is really good too!

What does signiture meen? I love this book and all the long thread. I still find journalling very confusing but I do intend on making one (I have a plain book ready to be altered) and I really like the way your's fastens lovely touch (although mine had a wee padlock ;0)

Love Dawn xx