I cut 2 pieces of book board 4 3/4 x 6".
Covered them with patterned paper - the ledger paper is from 7gypises.
Take a baby wipe and wipe away what you don't want (still very random). Because I sealed the surface with the Matte Medium I can manipulate the paint until I like the way it looks. It will only take a few minutes to dry so work quickly.
The stick came from my neighbors tree and is wrapped with a little cheese cloth and held in place with Golden Gel Medium.
I cut "her tender heart" from an old book and stamped the number 26 with the new 7gypsies Numero stamp and black Archival ink.
Inside the book-
I used the same watercolor method shown in the last post. This time using Weathered Wood and Wild Honey (loving these two colors together).
Here is the finished tabbed page. All the stamps are from the new 7gypsies Conservatory stamp. If I would have had a plan to start with, I would have positioned the butterfly over a bit so that when I punched the page it would not have gone into the sewed circle. But I didn't, so it does and I'm okay with that. This in fact turned out to be my favorite one.Spun Sugar and Peeled Paint.
Once dry I added the 3 butterflies from this paper, some Tissue Tape-Sketchbook and some stitching.
As I mentioned before in between the tabbed pages I cut about 12 sheets of paper and rounded the corners. I stamped each page with the Numero stamp to finish it out.