Hi everyone. I'm back today with a journal page to celebrate the season in some non-traditional pink. I love this ancient ornament stamp from Stampers Anonymous (when they didn't just carry Ranger designers--not that there is anything wrong with Ranger designers). I then stamped some winter trees in black and went over them with white ink to give them a snowy feel. Then I added these cute little girls and some fancy words that I cut out of some paper.
And I have some words on the page so I am linking up to Yvonne's Words and Numbers challenge at Art Journal Journey.
And since I have an ornament on my journal page, maybe you'd like see a few ornaments from my tree.
Someone gave us this one when my husband and I got married.
And this gorgeous angel is stained glass and made by one of my good friends.
When I was pregnant with my daughter my mother-in-law was convinced I was having a boy and gave us this glass pacifier in blue. Hee-hee- I have to say I love it when she is wrong.
And my husband and I picked up this little wooden bottle which we filled out with all the details after she was born.
This little 60's elf was on my tree when I was growing up. It freaks my daughter out, so of course I had to put it right on the front of the tree. (smile)
And here's another oldie. My name was written in sparkles. My cousin made it for me, and now the sparkles are mostly gone but it still says my name.
And yes Elizabeth, here is this beautiful mini-quilt you gifted me with.
And here is one of the couple of National Park sign ornaments we have. We always stop to take photos at the signs when we visit a park so an ornament makes a perfect remembrance.
And some art my daughter made may years ago.
And an angel another friend of mine made.
And finally one of my own creations.
These are just a few of the treasures on my tree. I am sure if you have a tree you probably have any treasures of your own.
Hope you have a great day!
And thanks for visiting.