Sunday, October 25, 2015

Crooked Cutting

With Halloween coming up at the end of the week I thought I would show you another page from my Halloween journal. This one was made on a Gelli printed paper. Then I cut and inserted it into my journal, though my cutting is VERY uneven.
EEKS!
I love the dark but mottled background. I stamped and added some die cuts, and then doodled and painted the edges. Not exactly anything wildly unique, but I still like the page- except the cutting.
And I've got a few more unusual Boston photos for you today.
I took all of these while walking from the parking garage to the doctors office and then on the way back again last Monday. Like in yesterday's post. ( If you are interested you can check them out here More Traditional Spooky.)






 In the lobby of the building where the doctor's office is.


And a few of you asked what these giants stone balls are. Not quite sure actually, but I think they are architectural design elements. maybe for on or around a building, but they were all lined up along the sidewalk and there was road construction going on right next to it. 
So yesterday when my daughter and I went out shopping to get my husband a birthday gift, we ended up buying things for ourselves instead of him. Oh no! I got 2 pairs of fleece pj bottoms and a brownie pan that is suppose to give you edges all over and no middle part. The hubby  and I are edge lovers. I will let you know since I made a pan of brownies last night (I had to try it out) and I am curious to see how the pan checks out.

 Its another quiet Sunday here in my neck of the woods. Hoping today to have some arty play time since yesterday it didn't happen. Am loving these quiet days to recharge my soul a bit before another crazy work week starts!
Hope you are recharging your soul too.
Thanks for stopping by.

5 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

Great photos! Nice edge brownie pan. Have a lovely Sunday!

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Your cutting looks pretty good to me. Great shots of the street. I don't envy you driving into the city all the time. I hate it. Too many years as a commuter. Hope hubs is doing well. xox

Christine said...

Lovely page and photos! That's quite the pan.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You certainly get far better backgrounds from your gelli pages than I. Very complex. Nice Halloween inspired art, too.

The buildings are wonderful. It's been so long since I was in Boston, the atmosphere from your photos made it seem so real again. Love it.

froebelsternchen Susi said...

The page is superb and I love all the photos from this super bulidibgs -what an interesting pan?! Never seen such a thing!