Friday, April 23, 2010

Sonoma Nook Book Project--Club Stamp

The March Club Stamp project was to make a Nook Book. Basically it looks like a book, but when you open it, there is a large nook area where you can create a decorative dimensional page and there are two more pages that can slide in and out of the book.  The month's theme was Sonoma, the wine country. However, I went a different direction with my book. Alice in Wonderland is so popular right now. I've seen both the Tim Burton version and the Disney version in the last month. My book, therefore, is dedicated to Alice and characters. Hopefully, my pictures will give you an idea of what the book looks like.
The cover of the closed book.
I used the holographic card from Disney for the inside cover. The other page shows the book nook without the other page inserts.

The page inserts are reversible, so these show the reverse of the two slide in pages.
This is the side slide in page inside the book.

This is the top slide in page shown in the book.

This was a time consuming project, but it was lots of fun. And I got to use my Alice in Wonderland stamps. Most of these stamps were from Rubber Stamp Avenue and MadRat Rubber stamps. Shhh, don't tell anyone, but I've got more on order from Artistic Outpost. You'll also notice quite a few items from Tim Holtz's Ideology line.


Pat Moore said...

This turned out so great. ,,,,p

diane11651 said...

WOW!!!!!! That is a keeper.

Lynne Phelps said...

What fun! I am going to add it to The Altered Alice link list. I have a TON of Halloween and then not so much after that, LOL! I have never seen a slide book before. Did you construct it or is there a kit or blank that you buy? I am very intrigued by the way the pages slid in, and I love your pages!