Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Authentique Halloween mini-album

A recent Facebook post by the people at Authentique (great new paper line, among other things) provided a tutorial for a mini-album using their "Glowing" paper pad.    The surprise element in this album is that the pages are flattened toilet paper rolls ---painted orange and black and stapled at the ends, in my case.

I was able to use some more of the Halloween embellishments sent to me by Lynn Stevens, too.

Fronts of pages



Backs of pages











13 comments:

art bliss said...

Very cool! Your project really showcases this gorgeous paper. You and I must be on the same wave length as I featured Authentique's papers as well on my blog. I was like a kid in a candy store the day I found these papers....bought waaaay to much!

Martina2801 said...

Love your Halloween Album, Evelyn! Looks great!

Anonymous said...

Great job, Evelyn! This book turned out adorably. Just the right amount of embellies and room for trick or treating pics. You're back in fightin' form! Denise B.

Vada said...

Evelyn, You should enter this in the Fashionable Stamping Challenge at.. http://fashionablestampingchallenges.cottagecrafts.ie/?p=938
Any thing But A Card... Love it, Hugs Vada

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Hi Evelyn...what a fab book you made. I really like it....I hope your hip is healing nicely by now!!!

Sue said...

Evelyn it is crazily unique, but gorgeous as well, hope you have some spooky pics to go with these great papers.
Smiles:)

thestampinglady said...

Your album turned out fabulous. I keep forgetting to save the rolls. Like your theme and the paper. I also like that new paper company. Darlene

lisa said...

This is wonderful Evelyn!
What a neat idea.

Bridget Larsen said...

Wow Evelyn they are absolutely yummy

Leslie Miller said...

Great way to recycle, and it turned out so cute! The papers are fabulous! Wow!

MD said...

waouhhhhhhhhh bravo super

fairy thoughts said...

great album the colours look fab
janet

Lynn Stevens said...

OHHHHH I Love it and its Halloween! It looks like everyone else does too! so glad you steped out of your comfort zone once more!
hugs Lynn