I have a collection of black and white Beatle pics and went with those tones on my pages.
It was always advised to place a page of "rules" in your altered book to give participants ideas to help them get started in your book. Sorry about the blurred words.
Here's the sign in section. I always liked to have tags for players to art up rather than a page to sign into. These were just as fun to look at as the pages themselves.
Before I was into journaling, inchies and ATCs, I was into altered books. I played in several round robins with various themes and couldn't wait to get my book back after being on the road for several months. Yes, sometimes it would take almost a year before I saw my "baby" again. There was an unfortunate incident when my beloved "Retro" book was lost. When I realized I was never going to get this fun and awesome book back, I became angry and then sadness quickly took over. I eventually, but reluctantly, joined other rr's which brought me excitement and all seemed well once more.
I thought I'd share a few pages from my Beatle altered book with you. Click on the pages to get a closer look. I don't know if altering books and round robins are as popular as they once were when I was participating in them, but I'm glad I had the chance to play and learn from others.