|My husband Drew next to a Lego Batman. Pull-out is me in face mask Lisa brought back from Korea!|
This entire book is made from a True Fit File 12" X 12" Folder.
After it's scored and folded and glued in a few places (and dried), I inked it along all of the edges with a sponge. Check out all of the blue margins surrounding everything.
|The superhero photos of Tom were taken in the Toy department of our Meijer.|
We were waiting for medicine at the pharmacy.
The "cityscape" stamp on the top of this next pull-out is one of my favorites, as is the quote bubble! They are both part of the Super Powers set C1485. Many of the stamps have that comic book Ben-Day dot effect that coordinate beautifully with the Superhero paper.
I also used one of the stamps from Enjoy Life C1439 for the dots.
|Will in Seoul, and Lisa and Will popping up muddy from|
the Mud Festival in Boryeong, S. Korea.
|Pop-up of our dog, Rory, with the dog armor Will made in his 3-D Art class at Eastern Michigan Univ. He's majoring in Simulation, Animation and Gaming, so you understand why my graphics are moving today. ; )|
You must also know that those are chopstick rubber band shooters in the photo on the left and all of the costumes in the right hand photo are from video games or anime. We're a geeky family with wonderful friends!!
This is a job for... was stamped using the Tiny Typewriter Alphabet D1222
Don't know if you can read the badge, but it says "VROOM."
Pop-up of "My Hero" Drew above our little joke from the end of the Avengers movie -
Yes, we're eating Shwarma! ; )
|Will and Danny (my third son!!!) at Dan's during one of his |
The road paved with good intentions led me here. I designed this mini album very simply to teach in a two hour block at this past GenCon, but due to many complications (long story that I wrote and edited down and, accidentally, deleted)- it never happened. This book isn't entirely finished even, but I wanted you to see the potential. Go to Sara Batkin's blog to see ways to really fancy it up. This is the bare bones, but it's still an amazing concept.