Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Whew! Finally Finished My Chunky Book Pages!

As I've told you, I'm going to Znecon in Pleasanton, Ca. at the end of August. They are having a chunky book exchange. Send in 30 pages and when I arrive I will get a bound book of 25 pages. 1 of my pages and 24 of other artists pages.

It will be so much fun to receive. I thought I would share my pages with you and if you leave a comment, you will be entered in a drawing for one of my pages. I made an extra to give away. I will randomly draw a name on August 8th. So check back to see if you're a winner.




Above is the page you might win! This little girl on the card is a Polly Pocket doll and clothes.

On with my 4 x 4 cards on their way to Pleasanton.







Some are kinda flat and smooth, others lumpy and bumpy.






I won't post all 30 but you get the idea. It was fun, I really need to do this more often!







Don't forget to comment to be added to the drawing for a 4 x 4 polly pocket chunky book page.

6 comments:

Sandy Michelle said...

Those are some great fat book pages! Wish I could attend!

Sandy:)

Bonnie said...

Wow, Jackie! You did great on your chunky book pages. You did so many creative pages. I am impressed. I am looking forward to seeing the completed book when you get back from the convention. ...... Bonnie

hopetreestudio said...

Hi

Love all the photos. My favorite are the queen and the cherish pages. Denise

Just call me Silly Sal said...

Hope I'm not too late. Lots of pages. Love it. Wish I were going :( Have a blast.

Jinxie said...

Hi,
While enjoying your blog I noticed a chunky book page entitled "Smirnoff" with an image that intrigued me. Would you be willing to share where you purchased the little gypsy girl image on that page-it would set my heart aflutter to be able to get my hands on it! THank you in advance for any help you might be willing to offer.

Jinx

Iowa Sunshine said...

I really like all your work and especially the fat book pages! I have been looking at everything and wondering if i could make them. =) Thanks for sharing your work. HUGS