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Altered Corrugated Album Cover!

So today I did something I had been planning to do for a long long time, I finally altered a corrugated sheet that came in packing to created an album cover for my 12X12 layout that I have recently started making.

I am not really an altered art artist or something and this is my very first try so please be gentle on me :)

 And here are a few close up shots


All the glitter is from Pie lane, Echo Park papers and stickers, Maya Road chipboard alphas, Studio Calico Wood Veener hearts, laces, hand made flowers, and acrylic paint.

So what you think? Do you think I have any future in altered art? :D
Let me know!!

Comments

  1. It's a winner for me.. I suck at altering anything...!! So I don't even have the guts to try it...!! Great work..!!

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  2. This is fabulous!! you have a big bright future ahead as an altered artist!! there, I made my prediction....and now please tell me, is that a felt butterfly? if yes..i want that pink felt!!

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  3. nicely altered.. love to see more altered work..

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  4. Fabulous and completely gorgeous....loved it completely

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  5. This is awesome!! I especially loved the NOTES part! :D

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  6. Good use of the corrugated paper

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  7. HEY !!DD U KNOW I'M A GOOD ASTROLOGER N PALMIST TOO ??SO HERE I TOO CN PREDICT A GRT FUTURE AS AN ALTERED ARTIST !!

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  8. Super cool,love all the fun colors:)

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  9. Really like your style, Ujjwal. That layered flower and the doily peeking from underneath all that lace...... caught my eye for sure. Priya Venkat

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  10. wow.. this is just awesome.. love the layout, bright colors and the embellishments you have used... lovely

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  11. This is beautiful! I love it and I'd like to see more altered art from you!! I spotted the felt butterfly and then laughed at Tejal's comment. ;)

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  12. I am sorry, Ujjwal, but I really can't be very gentle on you!!! What were you thinking when you made this?!?!?
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    This is a work of ART!! Brilliantly done :) I totally loved it! Love every bit (no, I still am not a butterfly person; I noticed that after reading Emily's and Tejal's comments :-p I loved the flower and all the lace!)

    Hugs,
    Smita

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  13. Lovely!..the handmade flowers are so cute..loved the "Notes" and the cute banners at the top..can't wait to see the rest of the album!:)

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  14. Awesome work Ujjwal! :) Love the happy colours! :)

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  15. MY PREDICTION IS THAT YOU WILL ROCK!!!

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  16. Lovely! i loved every detail of it.. the color's are so cheerful! loved it, every thing looks perfect

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  17. Super stuff Ujjwal! Really liking your layouts! :)

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  18. love love love love love love this!!! Awesome fun LO!

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