so what is a Fat Page? here is the explanation:
The decorative area of a FAT PAGE is 4″ x 4″ but the actual card should be cut to 4″ x 4.5″ leaving half an inch to the left hand side for binding with ribbon or book rings when collating the fat pages to produce a FAT BOOK for the person who receives it. Fat pages normally have a theme and are created by several crafters to swap or give. The front of the card is decorated and embellished which is where the ‘Fat Page’ comes from. The back should be decorated too, but should also have the details of the page creator, similar to an ATC.
Edeena (naughtscrosses) hosts this Fat Page challenge at ScrapArtist where you dress up a corset. the size of the page is ofcourse of a fat page. there is a corset template for you to download, so it couldn’t be easier. you have until Friday to link us up there!
here is my corset:
“Fat Page: Corset Gone Wild“
everything by SherrieJD:
paper, lace, stitches, fastener, tape Junkyard
paper (as texture) Yippee-Ki-Yay
paper bodice Pocket Full of Posies
bead trim (altered) Mary Mary
leather, ruffle (all altered) Shew Fly Shew
now, if only i would fit into this LOL