Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Next art journal spread

These have been sitting here for a few days waiting on me to finish them. I did the rest of the doodling and words yesterday.


This is a vintage bingo card and photo that reminds me of here. I did some marker lettering and AWARE in rubber stamps which was fun. I see I am going to use them again!

This was a purple painted page and then a piece of wrapping paper I liked. Then I just went to town on the doodles! That was fun.


And some more backgrounds waiting to be done....

Better get to work.

10 comments:

Tracey said...

These are just bursting with creativity Cheryl!!! Fantastic!!

:) T

freebird said...

Neat idea to doodle on the gift wrap! These are some great pages.
Timaree

Elizabeth Golden said...

You have been busy. I love the idea of using the gift wrap. So very clever of you.

Amanda said...

Very fun and colorful pieces!! Inspirational! :-)

sarah ahearn bellemare said...

hey cheryl! i was just trying to find your email address when your comment came in! weird! could you send along your email (and your mom's) so i can get out a little something to you both?

Melisa said...

I enjoyed your pages, especially the one with all the colorful hearts! It's so cheerful. :)

Cheryl said...

Fun pages! I'm making another handbound journal tonight because my other one has been high-jacked by the Soul Journaling prompts. I need to one in which I can just play and do whatever I want.

Thanks for the welcome to A.R.T.!

~Cheryl

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