Friday 16 August 2013


The second challenge at The Male Room is for reflections, either meaning of the words, I've got the reflection of the boat and I think the words are a bit reflective too .All stamps except the anchor are from Artistic Outpost Huck Finn plate which I really do not use enough, coloured with pan pastels. I had a terrible time doing the reflection ,couldn't get my head round which way to roll the brayer ,then it was upside down, choice words were used! anyhow I am happy with how it turned out in the end.

The Male Room - Reflections

Try It On Tuesday - Create a scene

Artistic Outpost - anything goes


  1. Well done for not giving up with that reflection, it's really very good. I love the stamps and your colouring too. Thank you for joining us again at The Male Room.

  2. The reflection looks fantastic. You've created a wonderful nostalgic scene. Thank you for sharing it with us at TioT's this time.
    Yvonne x

  3. What a stunning scene Joan reminds me of a poster:)
    Val x

  4. Hi Joan, Love your scene and the reflection looks wonderful. Love the images and quote.
    Thanks for joining us at TioT.
    Avril xx

  5. Your reflection of the boat is brilliant - thanks so much for joining us in The Male Room this week - Jacqueline xx

  6. Love it, you did a fabulous job! Thanks for playing along with us over at TIOT Create a Scene challenge, waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

  7. A most beautiful stunning creation!!!
    Awesome design and scene!

    Thank you for joining us at TIOT!

    Claudia x

  8. Love your take on the theme 'reflections',well done for persevering with the brayer -it was worth it- brilliant male card, thanks for joining in with the fun at The Male Room. Hope to see you there again soon!

    Louise xx


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