I first die cut the edges of each chipboard page with the Tim Holtz Pennant on-the-edge die, then covered each page with paper from the Echo Park Times and Seasons paper collection. I used some of the Tim Holtz clear fragments to make my own charms. I did this by adhering a fragment to an image using Glossy Accents. Since the paper was double-sided, the back of the fragment charms look good, too.
Page 4 has a Maya Road chipboard corner that I simply inked with Distress ink and placed a pretty pre-made flower in the center. Along the top edge, I adhered a piece of crinkled cotton that I tore into a long strip and colored with Distress inks. The central image is simply a stamped image of the four ladies, edges distressed and inked, and two metal corner embellishments. I used a Paper Artsy film strip stamp and matching die to highlight the second lady.
On the next page, I used another Maya Road chipboard flourish piece, inked with brown and a flower adhered to the center. A few more small ephemera images from one of the sheets in the collection were cut out, distressed, and placed down the center of the page. Gem flourish stickers were adhered along the sides of the central image for a bit of added bling.
Finally, the back cover looked a little bare, so I added a few less dimensional fabric flowers. I had some clay "buttons" I had made some time ago, so I used them for the flower centers. I used torn strips of cotton, colored to match, as a "ribbon" treatment for the spine.
I love making books, and this was no exception. I hope you enjoy looking at my pictures as much as I enjoy sharing them.