Thursday, March 31, 2011
This little notebook is something I have designed for The Fruit Pixie. I used one of original Bingo cards to make a little notebook, along with a Bingo number. All bits and pieces available from The Fruit Pixie and instructions are on the Fruit Pixie blog.
I am so proud to announce that I am now designing for The Fruit Pixie! If you have never visited the Fruit Pixie shop and blog and love the vintage look then you will love it. Sarah has a great eye for vintage ephemera and has a great collection of bits and bobs you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else, along side all the those crafting must haves!! So grab a cup of Tea and enjoy a visit to The Fruit Pixie ( link in the side panel )
Friday, March 25, 2011
Friday, March 18, 2011
For this weeks ATC with the Google group I belong too the theme was corrugated card. I have a thing at the moment for slide mount for some reason, so cut one from one of my new dies I bought form my friend Boo, out of corrugated card , The ATC looks better in real life, promise.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
As part of my E course to learn art journaling techniques I had to do a zentangle page. I love to play with tangles but had never done one as large as this, or used words in the design, which I love. I did a lot of this while waiting for ambulance transport after my physio appointment. Now I have a little book to keep in my handbag to tangle while on the move!! I apologise if I have made your eyes go funny.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Here is my tag for the next holiday for the holiday tag book swap we are working on in the Google group I belong to. The images are from Altered Pages ST Patricks Day collage sheet and the background paper form the Joanna Sheens " Dancing with shadows" cd.
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
I have wanted to start an art journal for years but as I can't draw and don't buy any girly mags I thought it would be hard to start. I didn't feel the need to have a journal to express my feelings and don't lead an exciting life BUT I love to play with paint, images and lettering so I knew it would be perfect for me but where to start. I then stumbled across a E course called Between the lines which showed you how to journal in a way that I liked the look of and wasn't too expensive. I have been slowly working through it, the great thing is I can work at my own speed so I can work on other projects too, and have completed these pages I am really pleased with. I am loving it, at first I copied hers, but now I am beginning to get the confidence to start to try my own thing while working on my page. Well here are my first couple of pages.