I absolutely LOVE how this spread turned out! (I think Pam's gonna like it too!) Pam's theme is "Definitions" and her book is a dictionary. There are several parts to it, so the artists in this AB RR were given the "d," "f" and "i" sections to alter.
I had stumbled across a beautiful definition of the word "Inspiration" awhile back: "Inspiration: Revelation a divine influence arouses feelings awakening creative vision." I tucked it away from safekeeping thinking I would have the opportunity to use it in a project one day. Pam's book provided me with the perfect opportunity to bust it out--especially since "inspiration" was included in the sections we had been given to work in and, nobody had taken it yet!
I had also found these two head images in a magazine last year and kept them knowing that I would be able to use them in a future spread. This was it! I liked the idea of putting them face-to-face (more like nose-to-nose). Then I cut a window in the head on the left to reveal the definition of inspiration in the dictionary. The definition on the dictionary page (in the box behind her mouth) could not have been more perfectly centered! I used a packing tape transfer for the two heads.
To highlight the definition that I found, I die cut letters (did you know there are 12 i's and 12 e's?) and colored them with Distress Stain (red brick) so they would be better visualized. I glued them down along the outline of the heads.
Once in awhile, a spread comes together rather effortlessly. Here is an example of how previously "saved" elements magically came together and allowed me to create this beautifully "inspiring" spread.