This is what the page looks like. Just about everything on it is the result of gelli plate printing on deli wrap paper.
On the top of the page a tag had already been tipped in. On it, I attached (AKA tipped in; AKA folded on) a small brown paper bag. Here is what's under the bag.
If you lift the tag, the underside is covered with that tape. Shall we call it faux washi? And under the tag a continuation of my I'm-sick-of-winter-gimme-some-spring theme. Flowers and birds, people, flowers and birds.
Moving down to the bottom of the page are two small tags. The bottom one is hinged on the right, the top one on the left. Why? Absolutely no reason other than variety. To find out what I long for, you have to lift the top tag.
Good guess. I need some spring!
If you lift the bottom tag, a short rant on the subject, and another glimpse of what lies beneath the whole shebang.
The three larger birds were cut free hand from some gelli plate prints. The little guy on the bottom is from Prima (I think).
As far as art and folds go, I am finished. But I just may be inspired to add a few more words. We'll see.