This is a photo of my older dd taken by lamplight by her sister in her sisters red bedroom. Love the cool effect. The title is not a typo. Vicki and I are big fans of Alphonse Mucha (ca. 1860-1939) who was a famous artist and illustrator. We were thrilled the Steampunk Debutante line by G45 featured his beautiful women. The large image that I used to the left of Vicki's photo can be seen if you google him and check out his wikipedia bio. In the actual lithograph there are no gears on her face and chest...love how G45 added those in.
The parchment type pp is from my stash..all the other pps are G45. The orange flower which I inked a bit is from my lss.the others are Prima. The smallest gear is by 7 Gypsies and the gears with gems are also by 7 Gypsies and the ornate plate is by Tim Holtz. I thought the black and orange pp which is from the double sided pps I used for the mat is G45 but I am not sure which line...couldn't find it here. I used deco scissors for the blue strip and don't look too closely but that strip and the images are upside down. One can usually find some stupid booboo in most of my layouts.