Here are the two pages together:
And here is the first page by itself:
And the second:
I set my cutting mat behind the pages, which ended up making them better-focused when taking the pictures - yay!
If you've never read these books, I recommend them - especially the Shopaholic series if you're looking for some fun reading. Kahlan Amnell is one of the main characters in the Sword of Truth series, which is a fantasy series that I had read since the beginning. They made the first few books into a TV series that is currently on air called "Legend of the Seeker". Long books, but I enjoyed them. And yes, I did get into the Twilight saga.. I actually have not read the fourth book yet, as I'm waiting for the paperback edition. My last favorite character is from the Shopaholic series. The first book, Confessions of a Shopaholic, was made into a movie a while after I read all of books in the series. The author, Sophie Kinsella, is very good at producing books with a nice light-hearted feel.. one of those feel-good books. :)
I don't yet have an alphabet stamp set with small enough letters, so I created part of the title in SU's My Digital Studio ("my 3 favorite") and printed it. "My" and "favorite" are from the Just Perfect Alphabet stamp set, and the "3" is from the Schoolbook Serif Numbers stamp set (resized to fit my title). I then used the "real" stamp set Calendar Alphabet & Numbers to stamp "book characters" in Soft Suede ink. The "stitching" is a rub-on from A Perfect Day rub-ons (retired).
3 favorite book characters layout supplies:
Stamps: Great Friend, Just Perfect Alphabet (MDS), Schoolbook Serif Numbers (MDS), Calendar Alphabet & Numbers
Ink: Taken with Teal and Old Olive (MDS), Old Olive, Soft Suede and Rose Red Classic ink, Chocolate Chip wheel cartridge
Paper: Going Gray, Whisper White, Kraft, and Chocolate Chip cardstock, Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper pad, The Write Stuff Specialty Designer Series Paper
Accessories/Tools: Rose Red and Chocolate Chip Stampin' Write markers, Always in Bloom wheel, Linen Thread, A Perfect Day Rub-ons (retired)
And here's my book for Paula's sign-in page...
I free-hand drew the book! I was pretty proud of myself, haha. There's a little piece of printer paper for the "pages", and I lightly drew lines with a pencil to make it look more like there were pages there, smudging the lines a little. What do you think?