Hello! Aga Baraniak is up next on the blog today with a fantastic journal page spread…
JOURNAL.. This is what I like to do most. When I make them smile with me. Today inspiration for the new Visible Image stamps. I used feet and punches to perform background. Cards embellished mgiełkami Tattered Angels and Lindy’s Stamp Gang. I decided to rest a little bit of watercolor and remind yourself of the media 🙂
In this post, I used papers from 7Dots Studio.
I love to create entries in old books, which have old cards. Pages torn edges adding climate and charm to the whole work. I’m also a huge fan of all kinds of cracks, so I use them very often. I have a few favorite preparations, but not everyone works in the entries on the old, fragile pages of a book. I use to elaborate thought and write more.
Amazing texture Aga! Love the feeling the old pages give. Thank you ♡
You will find more of Aga’s inspiring projects over on her blog.
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Mark & Helen xx
Hi There! Thanks for coming to visit our blog today 🙂
Well it’s just 10 days now until our Wedding (exciting!!!) and we are busier than ever.. we’re hoping for a few days to get into ‘Bride and Groom mode’ before the big day so we are halting stamp making this Friday! If you ‘need’ some new stamps then please get your order in quickly or we will unfortunately be keeping you waiting for a few weeks while we are closed.
Here on the blog today we are catching up with the latest projects from our awesome Design Team.
Over to Karen Liddle…
I also used the envelope to stamp the sentiments onto, added some random stamping with Tea Dye and Evergreen Bough Distress Inks, and also a little bit of stenciling.
Great pages from Karen, the script circles look brilliant, loving the vintage colours. You’ll find more of Karen’s gorgeous work over on her blog.
We will be back shortly with something very cool and different from Kim J 🙂
Mark & Helen xx