Hello crafty friends!
I'm so happy that I can finally share with you my next art journal page! I started art journaling last month and it has become an obsession I might say! I so enjoy creating in a vintage way on a white page! Don't know why I hadn't tried that all this time. :)
Here it is!
This amazing photo is taken by Mel Plum of Au Contraire photography and the model is wearing a Relics and Artifacts necklace designed by Kimberly Cochrane. This photo spoke to my heart! You all know by now how I always scrap my kids, but Au Contraire has opened up a whole new horizon for me!
I used Ephemera from Prima Timeless Memories collection and various mists from my stash. Finnabair rust mica and various flakes and microbeads are present as usual - I couldn't possibly create without them. BUT my new obsession is Prima's IOD moulds! I looove them! Here I cut the flower in half to compliment my clock.
The sand paste gives amazing texture used with a Finnabair stencil!
Isn't this photo mesmerizing?
A better view of the paper clay embellishment made with IOD moulds.
I tried to recreate the worn effect of the background of the photo but by using warmer tones.
This art journal page was made for More than Words May challenge.
Our Main Challenge is based on a word inspiration & a creative challenge.
This challenge is open to layouts, canvases and art journal pages only.
Word Inspiration - MOMENT
Creative Challenge - CLOCKS
What does the word MOMENT inspire you to create?
You can choose to use the word somewhere on your project or simply be inspired by it. Please explain in your blog post how the word inspired you if not already obvious.
For this month's CLOCKS creative challenge, we ask that you use a clock or any part of a clock on your project. You can choose from dials, hands, cogs and gears, pocket chains, pendulums or all of the above.
OK! No time to waste! We'll be counting the hours until we see what you create!
VERY IMPORTANT! You have to incorporate both parts of the challenge, the word inspiration and the creative challenge, on your project to be eligible to win. When we vote, we specifically look for projects that display BOTH requirements, and not just the word or the creative challenge. Just look at our DT members' interpretation as example.
Do visit the blog to see the amazing creation by our Design Team! And as always, loads of prizes for you to win!
With this art journal page I am participating in Berry71blue May moodboard challenge. The rich gold and copper tones simply spoke to me!