'What you do speaks so loudly, I can't hear what you say.'
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Friday, 8 April 2011

The sun has got his hat on and I just had a blissful hour, making a few background papers and some journal pages.  I started out by trying the technique Carol showed on her blog, which was Dyan’s technique (Art from the Heart) – but it wasn’t successful…. never mind.  Had a great time anyway and my papers are almost dry in the warm sun.  Hard to believe it’s actually not cold!






The pages are from my PCET journal – something I have to do as part of the course – although I’m not doing too well on that score cos I’ve been too tired to journal!  I can see me inventing ‘em all again when excerpts have to do in my files – ooer!  As you can see, some of them didn’t turn out too badly and the design’s coming through more as the pages dry a bit more.  It WAS fun, though and the best bit is yet to come – I’m going to stamp on them when they’re dry!! 
Gotta tidy up now, though…

9 very much appreciated comments:

Larisa said...

Great colouring!!

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Wonderful colors....have a great weekend. Can´t wait to see how you stamp these pages:)

sam21ski said...

Hi Cath

Glad you were able to grab an hour to yourself in the sun.

You've got some great colour combos going on with your pieces. Can't wait to see them stamped, as it changes the whole appearance of them!!

Take care - Sam xxx

Artyjen said...

Yes, yes, yes for the return of the sun! Hellooo again in blogland....inky backgrounds perfect for stamping ;)
xoxo Sioux

Chris said...

Fabulous backgrounds, Cath. Love the colours.Glad you made some time to play.

Dotpat said...

Brill backgrounds Cath, bet you really enjoyed that play time

Jack said...

I think these pages are beautiful. They will make fabulous backgrounds to your journal. xx

Carol Q said...

well I dunno - I can see the beginnings of a pattern Cath. they still look blimmin good to me. wonder if water quality has anything to do with it?

Sally H said...

Gorgeous colours! I popped here earlier, but followed the links. I'll definitely be giving it a go. Maybe it's something to do with the paper absorbency x