Not sure what to call it but, whatever it is, it is finished and on its way in the post: I showed you the 2nd page before: Here is the final card/book I have made for my Bro-in-laws 40th. It is DL size so it is actually just from one piece of A4 card and fitted easily in to an envelope. Hope I get the credits right now: Front cover and letter B from Shabby Princess Dinner Party digi-papers.Halloween page and 'O' from Funky Fairy Papercrafts digi-papers with ghosts from Debbie's die-cuts.
3rd page - Papermania paper and layered Cuttlebug die-cut camera. He's a very good photographer. I am especially pleased with the little film strip I made (shown right) with a mini-square punch and black paper and a random selection of B&W google images printed on to acetate and mounted behind. Fiddly but worth it.4th page - Last one I made: Papermania papers and a collage of google images of main places they have visited (Japan & US) and are about to visit (snorkelling in Egypt). The 3D elements don't show well as I have photo'd it face-on and only used thin foam to avoid it being too bulky.5th page - Papermania paper with a mix of hobby images: e.g. motorbike die cut, stamped with stars and Sakura glazed with Anita's sticker in blue & gold layered over; DIY masked with images stamped over, boots, bag and glasses stamped with SeeD stamps, coloured with Whispers markers with some 3D, some glazed. Badminton racquet is a google image with 2nd layer decoupaged on 3D foam.Finally - Papermania paper, Stamped SeeD sentiment (on foam) and inked edges with silver Brilliance. Inked down the score line and stuck the paper either side of it so the paper wouldn't lift with being bent back & forth. Scored the border with the Eazi-score board repeatedly while I was making it so, after sticking the border edges together, the pages still turn really well. Husband advised against punching and adding fibres and, as it was for a bloke, I resisted the temptation!
Thanks for looking and your encouraging comments when I showed the first page I made before.