Saturday, December 20, 2014

CC3Challenge 18...

Welcome back for Compendium of Curiosities Challenge 18!
This weeks challenge is featuring pocket pages! 
We did the Worn Cover challenge on October 11 as you might remember. 
Now we can share the inside of the book! 
I am still working on mine but I did get a few pages done for you to see. 
If you want to play along you can find the information you need on page 36 of 
Compendium of Curiosities Vol. III.  
If you still need to get a book to play along you can do that here
Tim and Mario will get it in the mail to you as soon as they can and it will be signed! 
If you play along and follow the rules for the challenge you will be eligible to win some fabulous prizes! Tim and Mario donated lots of great prizes! 
And the sponsor this week is The Funky Junky who donated a gift certificate for your shopping pleasure! 
Okay...on to the challenge!
Here is a peek at the pages I have done so far. 
My husband and I went on a 7 night cruise in November. 
Each tab will represent the day of the cruise...
I like the idea of having the book go in a chronological order. 

 Below I included a picture of the book so you can see how the pages look with the tabs.
Love those...I need to get (lots) more, hehehe. 

 Page one is interactive with the flip up made out of a tag.  
I inked the tag with Broken China and Peacock Feathers Distress ink. 
Stamped it with my favorite speckle stamp and the compass stamp. 
I then tucked the tag in and just folded it down to create the flip. 
The picture of my hubby and I are as we were waiting to sail away from the port. 
It was a rainy day...but we were embracing the imperfections and enjoying anyway. 

 The next page in the book is keeping our cards from the ship. 

 On the backside some journaling about the beginning of our adventure as well
as a picture of our room number. 
 I saved all the paperwork that we were given and one of them had the listing of things that went on each day aboard ship...I cut them apart and used this to document each day!!! 
 The next pages are the beginning of day two.  
I was attending the Teresa Collins event as well as doing a Ranger project on one of the days. 
This is were I included the itinerary we were given in our welcome bag and a group picture. 
 Then it's on to the the ship's itinerary. 
While I was involved in scrapbooking part of the cruise, my hubby was exploring the ship and the casino! 
This is as far as I have gotten, but I will tell you I love having the different size pockets in the pages!
It makes it really fun to mix things up! 
I hope you will give this challenge a try and see how much fun you can have in mixing things up!
Don't forget to leave a comment on each of the Curiosity Crew's blogs and follow the rest of the rules you can find here
Thank you Linda Ledbetter for all your hard work on this challenge! 
I absolutely LOVE being able to share my creations with you and with the amazing girls on the Crew! 
Can' wait to see what y'all do...you guys are really creating some fabulous art and making it so fun to hop around and visit your blogs! 
Thanks for stopping by and I certainly hope you each have a very Merry Christmas. 
If you are traveling be safe and enjoy your time with your friends and family! 
Till next time...



25 comments:

  1. Hi Yvonne ! Your worn covers book is getting to be so cool! What a great way to preserve those precious memories of your cruise. Great way to utilize Tim's picket pages!! Merry Christmas to you and your family. <3 Candy

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  2. Wow, not only a cruise but crafty fun as well - how fabulous. The pages look great and will be a lovely future reminder of the wonderful time you enjoyed. Hope you have a wonderful holiday season! Anne x

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  3. What a nice way to remember your cruise.

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  4. I love keepsakes this this Yvonne! A wonderful way to preserve those memories. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  5. These pocket pages are perfect for all your memorabilia! What a fun way to showcase them!

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  6. I love those crafty cruises, but it's sometimes difficult to choose between the ports of call and the art, isn't it? Great way to document things...

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  7. Fantastic keepsake album, Yvonne! What a great way to save your memorabilia and photos from your cruise. It's absolutely beautiful!

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  8. Gorgeous worn cover book Yvonne! Love the idea of having your treasured memories all in one place and in chronological order too. Unless we make these beautiful keepsakes it's easy to forget some of those beautiful memories. Your photos are wonderful. Karen.x

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  9. What a lovely remembrance of your cruise. Love the cover of your book too!

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  10. Wonderful way of capturing your fabulous cruise - something to keep forever

    have a great Holidaytime and a Healthy New Year

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  11. Love the pocket page and it looks like you had so much fun!

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  12. What an awesome trip that must have been ... what a fun way to chronicle ( awkward usage I know) it... those tabs are fun ... you've capture it well :)

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  13. Great idea to save all those bits for this fantastic memory book of your cruise. I do that too. I love your colors throughout and now you have a wonderful keepsake of your fun time. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  14. Very clever and wonderful book. I love the little day number tabs. Great job...

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  15. What a wonderful keepsake! I love all the journaling and ephemera you included. That photo for Teresa took my breath away. Big hugs to you, Yvonne. Can't wait to see you!

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  16. Beautiful project, great for all your memorabilia. Love the tab on each page too.

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  17. What a fantastic souvenir of your trip. Just beautiful colours x

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  18. I loved your cover when you posted in October, but I love even more how you are chronicling your cruise on the inside pages. The tabs are a great idea and I love how you have showcased the various styles of pocket pages. What a great keepsake.

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  19. Great idea to use the tabs! And it's fabulous that all your memorabilia fits so perfectly in those pocket pages. Well done on that album cover! I believe I missed that challenge, so this is new to me! Love it!

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  20. Ahh cruising, and with our favourite cruise line too, I never thought of doing a tag book of all the bits and pieces that you seem to get given but..... Great inspiration, thanks

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  21. Great use of the pockets! I still have all our cruise items...in a box! Now am motivated to get them out and display where they belong! Have a wonderful New Year.

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  22. Love your worn cover and all the fun ingredients! Thank you for sharing such great ideas.

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  23. You brought me right back to our (first and so far only) cruise of a couple of years ago at Halloween! So much fun and a great event to journal. How sweet to use the pocket pages for your ephemera; and I LOVE LOVE the tabs! I want to put tabs on everything now!

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