The 1920's fashion theme of the Graphic45 Couture collection was perfectly suitable to scrap the early 1900's super model, Evelyn Nesbit Thaw. I have scrapped her numerous times and will continue as long as I can find photos of her! This photo was taken in the early 1920's, when Evelyn was in her mid-30's. Such a beautiful and intriguing woman!
I'm sure by now that you have guessed that the "E" and "N" stickers stand for "Evelyn Nesbit". : )
I fussy cut the Couture Magazine and placed it next to the photo. All of the stamps on the bottom of the layout are also fussy cuts.
Cardstock flowers and a "CLASSY" tag were added decorative elements from this collection. Various bling brads, a black tassel and beautiful black & teal feathers complemented the 1920's vibe.
I first fussy cut the 1920's model; then 'decorated' her: beaded strand became arm bracelets, as well as a waist long double-wrapped necklace; flat back tear-drop pearls became her earrings. I placed a single stem rose in her hand to coordinate with the roses on her dress. Black Soot Stickles enhanced the folds in her gown. I am so excited how she turned out!
I chose some interesting dies to collage the photo area.
For added sparkle, Lindy's Stamp Gang Starburst sprays were used on the Prima flowers.
I had so much fun creating this LO and really appreciate your visit!
Have a wonderful week! Lisa : )
Graphic45 Couture collection - papers; stickers; cardstock elements
Hobby Lobby - feathers; bead strands; tassel; ribbon; bling & pearl brads
Want2Scrap - white flat back tear drop stick on pearls
Spellbinders dies - Luscious Labels One & Resplendent Rectangles
Prima - Queen Mary flowers "Smoke"
LSG Starbursts - Teeth Chattering Teal & Midnight Rendezvous Raven
WeRMemory Keepers - Designer eyelets "Silver Lining"
Distress Stickles - Black Soot & Clear Rock Candy
Wild Orchid Crafts - red stem rose