My beautiful daughter had gone from an entire youth spent as a blond to a dishwater blond (my genetics) with red highlights (her Dad’s genetics). She decided to become a redhead, a startling auburn redhead. I could not get used to her with auburn locks, even though it was a lovely color. So in an effort to show her some support I dug out all my copper-to-sepia material, added lots of black, and made her a book.
|The cover paper had copper metallic stripes and I used velvet flowers & leaves, vintage buttons, and a tassel made with ribbon, string, yarn, beads, feathers, and a copper garden tag.|
|Postage Stamps, vintage devotional card, metallic covered eggshells|
|Dictionary page, beads, rubber stamping, copper letters, copper sheet, clear disc (highlighting the word copper).|
|Rubber stamping, postage stamp, pressed leaves, skeleton leaf, hand lettering.|
|Rubber stamping, postage stamps, collage elements, hand lettering.|
|Wire dress, joss paper.|
|Vintage postcard, copper photo corners, hand lettering.|
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