This is the last page and inside back cover. I took a card I'd made with a Hannah Lynn Designs Alice in Wonderland digi stamp (colored with Prismacolor pencils) and cut it to fit the page. I couldn't bear to send the card to anyone for months, because I loved how she turned out...so I put her in my Smash book. That's allowed, right?! :)
I added one of my fave Alice quotes at the top. The watercolor background is a die turned into an embossing folder. You can learn how to do that here with Jennifer McGuire.
Here's a closeup of that page. I added little white dots with a gel pen too. And that adorable star is from my pal, Barb, who just up and gave me a whole set of them in different colors. Thanks, Barb!
The back page features a pocket I added by using an old calendar page (my daughter gave it to me and again, couldn't bear to toss it, so I tore it up for art) I used it here to show my love of the Beatles and New Orleans, because that's where they were playing that night. I just folded it and secured it with adhesive.
Inside the pocket, I have a Jigglypuff trading card that my son gave me...it's my favorite Pokemon...and only because it's so darn cute. I don't actually play Pokemon or collect them or whatever. Although, thanks to the son, I do know way too many of their names.
p.s. Don't forget to color some of your Hero Arts stamps and join in our March Color Challenge at a2z Scrapbooking Supplies. There's a $25 gift certificate up for grabs!
p.p.s. DISCOUNT ALERT! Check out the sale page at a2z, since there are stamps for $3.50 and up, inks (including some neon inks) for $4.00 and some stencils for $4.00...oh, and paper flower embellies for just $2! woot! Love a sale!
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