So, I added a little rhinestone to this one, just so I could. I guess you might say that the tail was wagging the dog, but I like it.
As threatened, the pages in this book are made from paper I rusted last month.
The first page is made from sandwiched composite mica.
This image of the girls sits inside of a rusty washer embellished with brass filigree under resin. It (thankfully) fits nicely in the hole cut into the front cover.
A piece of vintage lace rests between the sheets of mica.
I'm really liking the endbands I've added to the last two books. It took a lot of false starts before I was able to relearn how to stitch these. Daniel Essig taught me the technique, but it's been a while.