This page started out with poster board which I covered with scrapbook paper using Modge Podge to adhere it. I loved the blue lily pattern on the scrapbook paper and I felt really fortunate to find a fairy coming out of a lily picture. I then used a photo editing program to change her from green to blue. Now she matches my beautiful paper. I then made a lacy frame for the picture by piecing together paper doilies. After I glued them together I applied glitter glue to the outside edges. After they were dry I used a glue runner to glue the picture in place. I then glued it to the page. At the bottom I applied more paper lace with glitter and trimmed it with a blue ribbon. The page still needed something more. I found a cluster of small lilies at the dollar store. They were white. I took them home and put them into a jar of blue food color, water and vinegar over night. The next day I dried them and made a stem with floral wire and tape. I added some of the leaves that came with them, and a blue bow. Then I glued them in place.
This page was fun! I started with poster board covered with scrapbook paper. I chose a piece that was sky. I enlarged the flying fairy picture and cut the fairy out. I removed her wings and replaced them with wired ribbon. I pulled the outside edge of the ribbon stretching and ruffling it. I then covered them with glitter glue. After they were dry I punched out a circle and glued the wings in place on it. By doing this I could arrange the wings using a lot of glue to hold them in place without using all that glue on my fairy image. Sometimes glue wrinkles paper. I didn't want my fairy image to wrinkle. When they were dry I glued them in place behind the fairy. I sat her aside to dry, while I used my Wizard to die cut all the maple leaves out of vellum. I then glued the leaves in place leaving an opening in them for my fairy to fly through. I attached my fairy to the page with a Wobbler. She moves when wiggled. I finished the page by cutting one leaf out of gold vellum and then punching the word Soar out of metallic paper and gluing it to the gold leaf. Then I glued the word leaf in place.
Now I am inspired. I must finish these eight pages. After all I am half way there. I hope in a few days I will be able to share a few more pages with you.