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Simply Betty Challenges: Mini Album

It’s my first “official” challenge with Simply Betty Stamps! I love being on both of Betty’s amazing teams! I am part of the “Scrap Team” of SBS, though I am quite sure you will see me play along with the “Card Team” from time to time! Today’s challenge is to make a mini album in a box. And we SBS gals will be featuring the Jude and the Rockers collection for your inspirational pleasure.

Truth be told. I don’t think this album is quite finished yet. I need to add some more little things here and there. Maybe a few small stamps, maybe a few more rhinestones. It’s just not “done” in my eyes yet. Plus, I am thinking of adding some more pages, as my sister Monica took over 200! :) But it’s still cute as is! Take a look. And hey! I upcycled!

I love the coasters you get for your drinks at Outback. They’re nottoo thick, and most of them have a fabulous creamy background color that takes paint beautifully. So, that’s what I used to make my book. Plus, they are 4x4”, so they are perfect for wallet sized photos.

I have 4 images from the Jude and the Rockers collection in my book. And they all worked so perfectly with it! Here’s Jude, on page 2. You can click on any of my pictures for a larger view.

There’s my husband in our castle! The little castle makes him look even bigger than what he already is! ;) Here you can also see Oscar. I colored all of the Rockers with my markers. And check out that cake! Pam (my other sis, owner of Strange Skin, and fellow Burtonesque Doll) created the whole thing for my kidlings! It’s adorable, right?

The Rocker you see here is Britany. Isn’t she cute? She reminds me of one of the kids’ friends that was at the party.

I do love how the back page came out…Rocker Ali is too darn cute. She really reminds me of my Rhiannon, which if you saw my original post with Ali, you’d really see why. Hmmm…maybe I’ll add some feathers to Ali’s head to match Rhi’s?

So what do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts! Please be sure to stop by the Simply Betty Challenge Blog to see the rest of the Scrap Team’s rad creations! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Laura B said…
So cute! I love the idea of using the coasters.:)
Jennifer said…
Wow, I really like this Alison. It's AMAZINGLY RAD!
Carol W. said…
Super cute album. Great use of the images! TFS
DonnaMundinger said…
OMG!!! this is precious, Alison! Darling stamps and the pix are great too! xxD
Scrappychick said…
Ali this is just rockin! Love the fun colors and these images are just PERFECT with these fabulous pictures!

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