The starting point for these pages came from A Print a Day. Lovely Yasmine creates her wonderful prints and generously gives away a weekend download.
This is Yasmine's lace print. I hand copied it so I could experience how she drew it - I was hopeful that I would imbibe some of her inspiration (don't know if it worked.)
Next I added a packing tape transfer. You start with a photocopy and cover it with packing tape. Obviously you are limited to the width of the tape. Once the tape is burnished, put it in some water to soak for 10 minutes or so. After the paper is thoroughly wet, it is easy enough to rub it off with your finger. If you don't have lack of water issues (we are on tank water) you can do it under a running faucet. It works either way. Sometimes there is enough stickiness left on the tape to just stick it on your page. Most of the time I need to use some matt medium as glue.
Here is a youtube video on the technique.
The young girl on the right (me at four) is another packing tape transfer. The larger picture and the cat are black and white photocopies. Oh, confession. These pages aren't just black and white. The 'doilies' on the right I drew with a brown staedtler fineliner pen.
Then I ended with some writing from "the Tao of Physics". Click on the image if you want to see it bigger.
I like the old fashioned look of these pages, especially with my childhood photos.