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Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Far Out !

I've had another play at being messy and inky, this time with dylusion inks, some stencil paste and a bit of frantage embosiing enamel which is supposed to be taupe but think it needed stirring up as it seemst be just gold. The girl and don't mess stamp are Lyndsey Mason stamps that I got for Christmas and have not got round to using before. This is for Fashionable Stamping challenge which is for Art Journalling and also Make It Monday -make your own background. 

Since I last posted I have yet another birthday ,they seem to come round faster and faster but  I'm just grateful I'm still here for another one!  Had a lovely day with flowers and presents and lots more stamps !


  1. Such a wonderful page, the images and the backgrounds are fantastic. Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

  2. Fantastic page Joan. love the stamps and great quotes. Thanks for joining us at FSC this time.
    Yvonne x

  3. Amen to that sentiment! ;) LOVE the fabulous colors and the darling little girl image! Thanks for joining us at MMM! :)

  4. A great journaling page Joan with lovely stamps and colours. Thanks for sharing at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  5. Terrific art journalling, great use of your bright funky colours. Thanks for sharing with us at MMM. Caz DT

  6. What a fun image! Fabulous journal page with great colors! Thank you for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges!

  7. Fabulous page Joan... love the colours and textures. Thank you for joining us at MMM
    Suzi B x

  8. Wow Joan! Absolutely gorgeous creation!
    Thanks for joining in with my DIY background challenge at MMM and also with our FSC journalling one too.
    Hugs, Fliss xx
    PS: Really behind with my comments!


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