I've been working on the above page for weeks, a little here, a little there. I really like how it turned out in the end.
Another page that I worked on while travelling. Everyone loves some instant ancestors right? ;)
This page is much more vibrant in real life. All of these pages have stamps from this new Tim Holtz cling mount stamp set I bought at Archivers this week. I LOVE it!! I wish they had more from his line. :)
Much Love xoxo
Really like your "go away" spread!! Love the colors!!ReplyDelete
Have I told you lately how very much I love your journal pages??ReplyDelete
I do! They're just fantastic!!
Love the way you created the fire!ReplyDelete
love the pages, the colours the stamps are great, I have been looking for stamps by him, but cant find any in AlbertaReplyDelete
Ooh the into the fire page is fabulous!! I really love that one. They are all gorgeous, but that one really strikes me. Really inspires me. I do love myself some Tim Holtz products too. They are so versatile. Is it hard to find his stuff in Canada?ReplyDelete
Each of these pages are just incredible! I really want to go to Archivers now to get those Tim Holtz stamps!!ReplyDelete
Like the "aged" looking palette you've used to frame your beloved 'family' (**chortle**) -- good choice of shapes too as the circles offset the rectangles in the (postage?) stamps and photo - nice work :)ReplyDelete
LOVE 'em, especially the first one.ReplyDelete
buuuut... WEEKS!!!??? omg! I create a page spread in 15-40mins! You have much more staying power than me. lol I struggle to return to simple backgrounds I created days ago. :D
Love, love your eye-popping color! My favorite is the into the fire spread...then again, some days I might choose the GO AWAY! Ha! Great work. :)ReplyDelete
OH MY GOODNESS, I just love these! Sorry I haven't visited in a while; but I have to tell you that your first page here is just stunning.ReplyDelete
I get what you mean by saying it took weeks. I used to think I had to start and finish a page before doing anything else. But now when I get stuck I just move on and add layers and bits when the urge strikes instead of forcing it. I have lots of pages in progress at once, I bet you do too!