Here is another page completed on my play date with Anna. Yes we did a lot, don't you agree that when you are with someone else doing the same things you get so much more done than on your own, well at least that's what I found last Friday.
I was so engrossed in what I was doing that I forgot to take step by step photos. Here are some photos of what I used that I put together afterward.
The background was sponged with White and Claret rose using a round sponge.
Then I added a photo I liked in a magazine. I love the flowers and her whole look( you will see this in the final photo. I then added some stamps about growth, journey etc.
I then used Antique Green for a stenciled flourish down each side and also on a script stamp randomly over the pages.
Here is the page so far. I say so far because I think I want to journal on this page about what the stamped words are about but not sure if it will be too much so I am leaving it for a while to see what feels right.
Anyway, that is all I am posting today. It is magnificent weather here in Melbourne today so I am going out to enjoy. Tomorrow I will post the photos and stories about my ME day in Melbourne that I had on Friday and about what has kept me busy this weekend - all I can say is that it is creative and satisfying.... and yes chocolate will be involved at some stage!
Happy Sunday everyone
It's looking great!
having a buddy to play with seems to keep you on track...lovely lovely lovely.
glad you liked the little package i sent.
I often put unfinished projects aside for awhile, so I can ponder and visualize the final outcome. Sometimes you just need to enjoy it for a bit before you see what's needed.
I wonder what you have been up to this weekend. Just the mention of chocolate has me intrigued.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne
Great photo's and explainations of your fabulous art work!
Looking forward to seeing pictures from your weekend.
Ooohhh, I love your gorgeous journal pages - especially the elegant pink & black colour scheme! :)
Ooh what a great page. I love the pink and all the layers. SO neat how you document how you did it. Lovely!
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