Aishwarya Rai… you can either love her, or you can hate her. But you can’t ignore all that worldly achievements she has accumulated in her kitty. She paved a way for models into the Indian acting industry, and undeniably, one of the main reasons why Indian films have gotten so popular around the world. Once a Miss World, always a Miss World. Love her!
I used Got Sketch‘s Sketch 25 by Valerie Salmon for this one. The photos are movie stills from her 2010 movie, ENTHIRAN.
– (item #1-0074) brads
- Graphic 45
– (item #4500234) cardstock stickers
– (item #4500828) chipboard embellishments
– (item #4500834) chipboard embellishments
– (item #PA-326296R) lace tape
- American Crafts
– (item #42800) red rubber alphabets
– (item #53159) brown chipboard alphabets
- Adorn It
– (item #Camping) wood leaves
- Home Living
– (item #31687) cotton twine
- Buttons Galore & More
– (item #BB75) green buttons: Retro Chic
– (item #BB71) red buttons: Tutti Fruity
– felt toppers
- Simple Stories
– (item #3603) cardstock stickers
– (item #88/40) red pen
- Uni Mitsubishi Pencil
– (item #UM-100(07)) brown pen
- Ek Success
– (item #PSP21C) butterfly puncher
- Faber Castell
– (item #180688B1) red chalk-ink
- Daiso Japan
– (item #G-99) blue chalk-ink
– (item #F-50) wooden peg
– (item #8) ladybug
Yup, another attempt at the ‘dump-your-lot-to-one-side’ technique. I started to not give a damn of what I lay on the dump because whatever you place… it’s art! Hahaha!!
Another horrible cursive writing. Seriously, why don’t I just give up? Anyways, if you are able to decipher that handwriting, I actually wrote, ‘Ms. Sana’ – Aishwarya’s name in the movie. There’s a small green date tag I stick on the photos too. It’s actually the Saturday after the release date of the movie: 2 October 2010.
Just beachy! Yeah well, I’d thought it was a ‘peachy’ title to give since the scene was indeed set on a beach.
I concluded the page with a similar yet large looking paper flower, affixed with a large brad. Three butterflies to amp it up a bit.