For the month of March i had the pleasure of working in K's book - a fairy tale of sorts, where you continue a story she began about a special little girl, her fairy godmother, and a wicked landlady. Meant to serve as a "do it yourself" story book to read to her grandaughter, we were to add fanciful pages that tell a story, but don't limit the imagination of the viewer. I started with a picturesque cottage and covered it in rose stickers. i added a litte poem that i cut up and rearranged. The background was from an Anthropologie catalog.
For my next spread i created a room with sunny windows covered in lavish green floral "drapes" where the girls could curl up on the tufted couch and read all day long from the piles of books.
My third spread features one of those pictures you tear out of a magazine, or see online and just love looking at. this pretty damsel will portray the evil landlady Esmerelda in the story. The model was originally centered on the page, so i had to splice the image background on the left. A few dabs of green marker tie it together.
The sign in tag is a little card where you can write your version of the story, but is not required reading to enjoy this delightful and whimsical book.
As has become our custom, we often bring goodies to share with the ladies in our play date group. here are some textured papers and ribbons we each got to take home.