Monday, June 11, 2007

amy powers, world traveller

1. The Package, 2. Inside the Wooden Box, 3. Postcards and Pencils, 4. Inside the Sketchbook/Journal/Scrapbook

Here's my fabulous surprise from the Free People Travel Swap. My swap partner used her atlas from her childhood (!) to cover a journal, wooden box and a set of postcards. Click on any of the links to see the full images...I love it all!


monique(moki) said...

That is so cool! What a great amount of effort and thought she put into it!

corine said...

Your blog is very charming.

gillian said...

Oh my... that swap package is gorgeous! How lucky you are!

cruststation said...

That's absolutely beautiful! I love maps, and they are wonderful used as wrapping material.

Gracie said...

What a lovely swap package! You had a great partner! And you have a beautiful blog! =)

stephanie t. said...

Dear Amy,
Thank you so much for posting the pics of the Brenda Walton mini book you made. Very different from my style of scrapping, but something about it really got the creativity sparked. Our lss didn't hadn't received the DollHouse line yet, but they had a page kit..That, along with a ton of goodies from my stash ,a couple packs of BoBunny 4x4 chipboard (from the s ame stash)...working like a feverish madwoman until 1 am ..and Ta Da!
The most adorable little book for my daughter!! (and not one drop of walnut ink or distressing!!)
I took it back to my lss the next morning and they want me to teach a class!
Thanks over and over for sharing and giving me just the little 'spark' I needed to feel inspired again.

Teresa (French Poppy) said...

What a great swap! I can see why you love it all. Your graduation boxes from your post below are wonderful, how very creative!