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Monday, October 6, 2008

A Castle For A Princess
Acrylic Book
Absolutely, without a doubt, one of my favorite books. I did spend a lot of time on detail, but it was worth it. The book began to take on its own life. I just added some glam. Each page is developed as an addition to the one before it. Remember, you can look through the acrylic and see other pages. The only page I completely covered was the last. I wanted the castle to have a color base. The roof scallops were done on my Cricut. Just cut out a lot of them and start adhering them individually. It is a little time consuming, but worth it. I then added lots of bling and you can see the rest.
Take your time and look at the way the pages were finished. This book and the whole kit for the entire project can be purchased on Want 2 Scrap. She will have the kit ready to purchase in the near future.
Thank you for checking in and taking time to read and look. Remember try something new today and happy scrappin'.


Lisa said...

This is absolutely adorable! Welcome to the Lime Light design team I look forward to working with you. You are soooo talented!

SparkofWhimsy said...

Wow! You do some amazing work with acrylics! Makes me itch to try an album out. So far I've only gawked and contemplated, lol.

I just wanted to stop by and say, "Welcome to the Lime Light!" Hehe, have fun getting caught up on the boards!!


LiveLaughScrap said...

This is beautiful. I want to try an acrylic album onw day. Right now I think it is just a little overwhelming. Your work is beautiful.