Inner Warrior Princess with Andrea Gomoll

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I loved Andrea’s tutorial for last week’s Life Book lesson. It was another fun piece to do and I am finding my faces look more like they should and less overpainted. This piece used water colour for most of it and I love working with water colours, especially when using crayons. I am still following my sun and the crows are leading the way. If you have followed my blog you know I love the crows as they fly up to the sun and glide down on the thermals, trusting they will lift them lovingly as they slowly come back to earth. It can take longer than 10 minutes to come all the way down again. They are the only birds I know that love to simply play as if they have no worries in the world.

Inner Warrior Princess

Bicycle Holidays, a time of days gone by

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People used to ride bicycles everywhere. You could stop and smell the flowers along the way and take in the sights as well, maybe have a picnic basket with you. The slow days of summer were enjoyed then. Now those days just seem to rush into each other without much notice. This kit was done for the colour challenge with ADB Designs at the Digital Scrapbooking Studio site.

Bicycle holidays
Bicycle Holidays

May 22, 2014, progressive scrap, June 2015

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June’s progressive scrap challenge at the Digital Scrapbooking Studio brought us a wonderful male themed scrapbook kit to play with. I have been waiting with these photos of my hubby’s knee surgery for a year and knew they would be perfect together. I created the runner profile from a scanned picture last year and it was perfect for this kit.

May 22, 2014

Painted pages for journals

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I found a box of printable sticky labels at a Value Village the other day and the first thing I thought of doing was to paint on one of these pages. I just randomly painted, stamped, wrote and painted some more until the page was filled without worrying about composition. This page can now be torn or cut into sections when I need a bit of something on a journal page, the backing pulled off and stuck straight onto the page. I am now working on another using left over paint etc to cover it. When it’s full I will have another page. I loved just getting down and arty without having to worry about whether something looks balanced or the colours merge properly simply because it doesn’t matter. I can also use the image for digital pieces over and over without destroying the original piece.

painted sheet for journals