I had to wait to work on this one, because I didn’t have any note cards at home – but my daughter brought one home from school for me.
The hardest part for me was the size of each square – I made them pretty small, and trying to sketch inside those tiny squares with a pencil was challenging at times!by
Well, that looks a bit familiar, yes? It’s not the final one either. I still didn’t like it, even after painting over the lighter version.
So i painted over it again.
It looks quite dark, but it’s pretty close to the same blue as above – possibly even lighter. Amazing how much difference natural light makes.
I fixed the lettering by using stamps (vastly improved it) and got rid of most of the lyrics.
Just keeping a few of the favorite lines…
**This spread is part of the TAJ31 End of the Year journal prompts. Are you interested in finding out more information?
Check out TAJcommunity.com for the details!by
You can’t see them in the picture very well, but there are lots of pretty blue, silver, & white snowflakes all over the pages. I love the titles, but I’m just not sure about this page….. It needs more dark.
There are a few things about it that I love, however.
This was surrounded by snowflakes, and had an attempt at the word SNOW after it, but the stamps, ink & pearlescent powders weren’t being my friend.
The silver pine cones are fun though, aren’t they?by
I was going through some old file folders on the mac & stumbled across this gem. I don’t recall how long ago I made it (it’s been at least 3.5 years) but I figured it deserved to reclaim it’s place here on the blog.by