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18 July 2014

Creative 'leftovers'...

... make great little projects.. simple greeting cards (of the 'less is more' variety) or, in the case of these pieces, project life/pocket journaling sized journaling/scrapbooking...


I love the colours on these panels - Dusty Teal and kraft  (sigh, lovely) and one panel washed with Chalk to age/soften it a little...
These panels were also created while I was playing around with my large flower stencils to see/show how they could fit in with smaller elements - sketching, painting, die-cuts & stamping...



The pieces became part of a larger pocket style scrapbook spread - I like the 'Project Life' style of jounaling - little and often - its achievable isn't it, and to me its a bit less daunting than a single 12x12 spread
 (the panels are in their page protector- hence the reflections!)

As always I've combined lots of my current favourite elements - such as the Chloe die (Memory Box), the Happy Days papers (Papermania), a Pogo printed photo and JOFY stamps and stencils.


I like to use the stamped and stenciled elements to create layers as in the photo below where I've cut around the petals of the stenciled flower and tucked die cuts underneath and laid other die cuts on top

On the panel below I've cut the tag away from the background and tucked the photo underneath.. helps tie everything together....


JOFY does scrapbooking... I like it!... but then I am a little biased lol

x

6 comments:

  1. Great left overs, I love them, your creations are always great I love your ART!!

    Greetings
    Maria

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  2. The modular scrapbooking sizes are awesome, made myself some for DLP project using Craft Artist. Yours as always Jo are spectacular & beautiful.

    Very stylish coffee maker by the way:-) xxx

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  3. These are wonderful!!!

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  4. love it - what are you going to do when Dusky Teal runs out - I think we need to start a campaign to keep it x

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