Sunday, September 27, 2015

Lazy Sunday Start

 It is a lazy Sunday morning around my house today. The dogs got us up super early, and then we all (dogs included) fell back to sleep. Now I can't get very motivated. But maybe that is a good thing about Sunday.
Plus my husband put an old Dr. Who (when Tom Baker played the Dr back in the late 1970's I think) on the TV- since BBC America is showing them Sunday's morning, and I love re-seeing these old shows. 
And yesterday I was a ambitious star-walking and doing a bunch of chores- maybe I wore myself out!
Ha-ha!
So today another journal page to show you. Used a Gelli print (made on purple designed  paper) which I modified a bit, and then added the cut out girl. I Colored her a bit with Copics, and used half a paper flower to make the top of her shirt. Then I added some fun owl paper tape and some TH phrase stickers.
The pattern on this paper would make great fabric I think. Maybe I should have been a fabric designer instead of a teacher. That might have been fun!
So how about a couple of fall photos from my walk yesterday?





Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

5 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful journal page, love the colours. I sometimes wondered why I was a teacher, too - material designer would perhaps be more fun. But I did get to teach a lot of art, so that was good. Enjoy your lazy Sunday, that's the good thing about Sundays. Love the photos of the trees and fungi. I wonder how many different kinds there are all over the world? Enjoy your day, hugs, Valerie

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Oh, your painting speaks to me, you've made my day, sweetie :)

Fabulous photos too, Erika!

Love and hugs
Maarit

froebelsternchen Susi said...

What a super page.. you might be a super fabric designer I bet! But I also bet you are a wonderful teacher!
Super autumnal photos Erika!
Wishing a good start for the upcoming week!
oxo
Susi

Blogoratti said...

The pattern would make for a great fabric indeed. Its a fun work, and the owl effect is nice. Greetings!

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Cool. Loved Tom Baker as Dr. Who. He is whom I think of in that roll. Great tree heart, so cool, as is your patterned page. I was sick with cold/sinus thing, now hubby has the flu I think he got it at this Dad's assisted living. He is not a happy camper. xox