24 May 2010


Pages 5 and 6 on the left.  I inked, faux stitched and layered papers to create the flowers on 5, used a scrap of lined paper for a journaling spot and again used paper instead of ribbon across the center - this saves quite a bit of bulk in the overall album.  On the next page I used Tim Holtz metals for the flower, a metal hanger on the center die cut and metal corners on the right one.

Pages 7 and 8 in the center.  As you can see each set of pages play off the basic structures already used.  The fussy cut woman on the left hand and the die cut ribbon wrapped onto the journaling spot on the left are the "beauty spots" on this set.

Pages 9 and 10 on the right.  A simple Sissix die cut swirl, some paper flowers with gem centers.  The blackboard look of this just crys out for white journaling.

I will finish this by simply punching the pages in the left corner and use a binder ring to keep them together.  I think one large bow in a sheer red ribbon.  I will definitely repeat this in another line of Graphic 45 papers but likely in a bigger size - more to enjoy!   So another unfinished project completed - yeah!

No comments:

Post a comment

I adore comments! Thank you so much!