I admit I was a little rushed on the first few pages in my book, so I'm not quite done with them, and I did one less page, but I didn't want to start off Round 3 on the wrong foot. Starting with one less page isn't the worst thing, though: it doesn't hurt to leave have a spare page in these watercolor books - the space is pretty tight. Plus, doing it the way I did gives Andrea two full two-page spreads to work on.
I used slide-off water transfer again for the large photo in the background. I didn't actually take the photo - my coworker did. I was doing the processing and touch up on a bunch of beauty shots for him this past week. A project which had a lot of drama involved and may turn out to be a fiasco. But I have nothing to do with all that, so I thought it would be interesting to use one of the photos in the beginning of my book, and then when I get the book back, will I even remember the nonsense surrounding this project?
I purposely left the edges wrinkled, but I'm not sure how well it will continue to hold, since the edges aren't well sealed. We'll see! Feel free to add glue, tape, staples, stitches, etc... as needed if it starts coming apart too much!
I definitely need to work on this page a bit more, especially the banner, but it was going to take an extra evening, so I figure I can come back to it later.
And it turns into a collaboration page for Andrea to finish...
All right, now that I'm caught up, I'm ready for round 3!