Here's the Geisha cut out with some black edging, then adhered to some light chipboard. her Obi and hair ornaments have some glittery Stickles which do not show up in the photo. In addition, there are smatterings of Glossy Accents throughout - on the cover, it is on the small birdie (not in this photo).
And, are these the smallest black rhinestones on the corners of this embellishment or what?
Overview of the book:
Open to reveal inside cover has a "wall hanging" which is backed with some light chipboard (instead of foam squares). Because Jan uses a Gold Krylon Pen to outline cut edges, the wall hanging is using this technique and looks great! Star Dust Stickles and Glossy Accents used on the wall hanging to keep the same "theme" throughout this project. On the face page is the first tag inserted into a "flag" type binding (yes, that means I had to peel back the tag layers to insert the flag).
Here's a closer look at the tag. Some Stickles on the wall painting and on her dress. Those birdies have Glossy Accents (of course). She is ever so slight propped up with foam squares.
On the backside of the first tag: another Asian beauty from the Graphic 45 Bird Song Collection. Some foam squares ever so slightly pop her up, And, Of course, Stickles on the flowers.
The second Tag: A framed Asian Beauty.
Some Stickles on her dress. Gold Krylon Pen used around her frame with some red satin ribbon. A popped up medallion on the right of the framed photo.
On the backside of the second tag is another Asian Beauty. Gold Krylon Pen used around her frame and also around the decorative frame.
On to the third and last tag:
Maybe this one is my favorite tag. This Asian Beauty sits amongst the flowers . Her dress had Stickles and her frame Gold Krylon Pen.
On the back side of the third frame is this Asian Beauty. The frames have the Gold Krylon Pen. Her dress and flowers in the frame have Stickles. The toiletries in front of the Asian Beauty are dabbed with Glossy Accents
And, this is the last page: back cover
Like the front inside cover, another "wall hanging" is backed with some light chipboard (instead of foam squares) along with using a Gold Krylon Pen to outline cut edges. Star Dust Stickles and Glossy Accents used on the wall hanging
Thank you for coming by to visit today and hope Jan and I have inspired you!