I could not resist playing along with Kaboodle who want us to "use those scissors". I don't think this is quite what they had in mind so I have also cut out a teeny tiny butterfly which is pasted between my Tim Holtz ticket and my newspaper article torn strip. My papers are Prima Reflections with a little Papermania for the paper button and Cricut cut lettering. The top of the DP reads "The greatest Treasures are invisible to the eye but found by the heart". The Cricut didn't cut all the way through the mount under the letters so I had to cut them out with a hand held blade in the end. I added a "mysterious" sticker for extra embellishment.
The image is one I was pointed to a while ago to which I added scissors and a comb He is coloured in Copics and I have glazed his glasses.
I wrote a faux newspaper article, and added it instead of a central ribbon. You will hopefully be able to read it if you want to if you click on the photo to make it larger. I have redacted my stylists name and salon and location with Photoshop before posting here on the basis that if he wishes to remain invisible then I probably shouldn't display his details on my blog. Some of the text of my article is hiding beneath the image but the brain is a wonderful thing and it is possible to get the gist of it even with some of the words hidden from view.