Here is the Gypsy! Again a Judith Maslen pattern. I asked Judith if there was going to be a peddler or gypsy to go with the caravan. I did show you that card on a earlier post. Judith, kind and lovely lady that she is, not to mention talented...designed the card and people seem to love her pattern. She is dorsed on the back. Which is blend-able pencil and then you smooth out or spread the colour with a little fragrant oil.
so now scrapbooking. challenges on UKS do keep me scrapping. and I love raising to the challenge of them. Sometimes they take me out of my comfort zone and I have to try different things or a different style.
Next, this page is for a weekly challenge. I had to use Easter/spring has a theme a pink/purple/cream/green palette and use five different embellishments. So, I used a selfie taken with my youngest daughter
below are two close ups. I used several colours of narrow ribbon to make the bow and added a tassel and I used a cluster of die-cuts.
Last of all, a page for yet another challenge. I had to use vintage, three items from a long list and ripping and tearing... These are photos taken in the 1980's myself and Daughter Angela. the same daughter in the selfie above... a few years have passed by .LOL I really enjoyed making this one. I just inked and I went through some old junk journal stuff I have in a bag. I found denim, sandpaper, canvas bits. and that old inked feather! I just had fun seeing what worked for a seaside page.
Here's the close ups. Below that feather! I love it
In the one below some MDF chicken wire and canvas bits.
Well folks. That's it for this time. I hope you enjoyed what you have seen. I wish you all a goodnight and sweet dreams. Take care of yourselves and remember folks spread the love and keep the peace.
until next post...