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Bird Girl!

Another Page from my Fashionable Femmes, Arched Door Blank Board Book!
Adhere Vintage Text Page and ink edges with Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko StazOn Midi Spiced Chai, Jet Black & St Valentine!

Once this is dry, start layering the supplies...
Vintage Text Pages,German Scrap,Glass Glitter,Dew DropsKraft Clock and Flowers and more!

Arched Door Blank Board Book
Altered Pages Vintage Bird Cards Collage Sheet
Altered Pages Little Spring Birdies
Altered Pages Vintage Eggs Collage Sheet
Vintage Text Pages
German Scrap
Glass Glitter
Dew Drops 
Kraft Clock
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko StazOn Midi Spiced Chai, Jet Black & St Valentine
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Memento LUXERuhbarb Stalk
Imagine Crafts irRESISTible Bronze
Stash-Ribbon, Clock Hands 


  1. This is a beautiful collage page! I love it!

  2. Gorgeous page!!! Love all the little details. <3

  3. oooh, intriguing! very nice work!

  4. LOVE LOVE the layering! It is lovely and yet spooky at the same time! It's the look in her eyes, you picked the perfect image!

  5. Gorgeous design with beautiful colours.

  6. Another fabulous page for your book Lyneen, I am with Jean is the perfect choice for your bad girl.

  7. Wow, Lyneen, this is another wonderful page in your book. Love all the images and layers.

  8. Lovely collage Lyneen! Love all the little bits and extra touches!!


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