I have enjoyed getting my journal out for this week's play date cafe challenge. It feels ages since I did any journaling! I got out a small Daler Rowney 148x130cm sketchbook out to do this piece in. Julie's chosen this week's wonderfully soft and romantic colours of warm red, taupe and hot pink...
I've been wanting to do some pale beige/pink pages for a while :) so I started with a taupe background, adding some stamping and stencilling in a warm reddish pink.
I used my Martha Stewart 'hydrangea' punch, and my Claudine Hellmuth stamps [which I got from Jennie in October but you can get them now with 20% off!) alongside some stitching.
I free machine stitched around the larger flowers...
The design team have yet again come up with some amazing projects, as have our design team in waiting! They start officially on 13th January but we've all been having fun getting to know each other over the past week or so ;)
You are always so clever, my friend! Beautiful journal pages as always xxReplyDelete
This is lovely, Sarah. You have put in so much glorious detail, yet it all looks so fresh and effortless.ReplyDelete
A gorgeous bit of art journaling!!
Awesome journal pages! I wish I could be that creative! I live in a day dream where I have this beautiful journal in which I share my innermost thoughts, but, alas, it's just a dream! Love all the details you have added onto your pages. Do you actually write in it?ReplyDelete
Beautiful journalling Sarah. Wishing you a very Happy New Year. Annette xReplyDelete
Wow! So many yummy details and such an elegant result! Just gorgeous :)ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!
I think, looking at this that you are going to inspire me to do a big flower, something or other. Happy New Year. I already said I loved it and I aahve come back for a second peek!!!!!!ReplyDelete
WOW, just stunning Sarah, think i may have to start a journal in 2011, if i can get my pages to look half as good as yours i'll be happy :)ReplyDelete
Sarah, what a whimsical, vintage-feeling, shabby chic sort of layout! I love it. It is so feminine.ReplyDelete
This project is fabulous! I kept zooming in to see more. There is so much detail to ogle! I love it!ReplyDelete
I'm just loving all your gorgeous details! Absolutely beautiful and well thought out!ReplyDelete
So fabulous and artistic!! Bravo!ReplyDelete
And thank you for introducing to me the new word: moodling!! LOVE IT!!!
That taupe is PERFECT~ LOVE LOVE LOVE it--and these pages are beautiful! I love the lace and that dress form! OH MY! Beautifully done--as always, Sarah:)ReplyDelete
WOW! STUNNING PAGES! I am at a loss for words other than those!!!ReplyDelete
Just beautifully vintage, Sarah! I love the mostly white background with just the hints of pink. Gorgeous crocheted flower, too! A wonderful journal page!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful journal page Sarah :) It's just calling out for something equalling beautiful and heartfelt to be written in it :)ReplyDelete