Frame Fantasia might have the exact same illustrative style as Hidden Nature, but the themes and purpose of this book are totally different. The 45 pages are designed to be displayed as well as coloured, with blank shapes specifically intended to act as photo frames or mounts for your own artwork. In fact the book has many uses- you could put special dates in the 'photo' area, song lyrics or quotes you love- it's totally up to the individual.
The frames themselves are mostly themed. These include seaside/holiday, garden, baking, sewing, summer, weddings, afternoon tea, writing, princesses, capital city snaps, Halloween and Christmas. Some are full of florals and sweet animals with no particular subject, making them ideal as gifts to- well- anyone! Here's a selection of pages from the book:
The cover is made from a thick white cardstock which has patterns lightly embossed into its surface, and a removable title slip. The back of each page has a white printed pattern on peach background, often relating to the theme of the page.
Here is my finished page with two different photographs. I coloured the page with Sharpies then scanned it into an app which allowed me to remove the blank inner shell and replace it with the photos, but you could just as easily cut around a photo and stick it on or cut out the blank area and place your photo behind.
Frame Fantasia by Toc De Groc