Hi everyone. Happy Tuesday to you.
Today I am back to introduce our new challenge at Try It On Tuesday
Thank you Renske for hosting the last challenge, and also thanks to everyone who joined us for our Keep It Simple challenge.
Our new challenge for the next 2 weeks is
Animals-Real or Imaginary
I went with a real animal as this cute pup has charmed my heart. I'll name her Flora. I want to just pick her up and snuggle with her, but I think Flora would rather chase that big red ball. She certainly looks like she has a lot of energy. But what an expression on her face.
I made my page in my lined paper journal. I also decided to keep my page a bit on the simple side also so I used part of a page of old scrapbook paper that I then stenciled to make the background. Those of you who don't like torn paper will probably not like all the white edging.
This page has a lot of stamped images. I stamped and fussy cut Flora and painted her with some watered down grey paint as I wanted the stamp's details to show up. I stamped and fussy cut the bones as well as the postage stamp. The postmark and quote are also stamped.
And finally I used a blob or red paint to make the ball, so that is not stamped.
I also want to welcome Valerie back to our design team after an extended leave.
And be sure to check out all the animal art from our creative design team also. There's lots of inspiration for you there.
This challenge will run for the next 2 weeks, and all types of art are accepted.
This month the challenge at Art Journal Journey is hosted by Neet and is Fur and/or Feathers, so I am linking up my journal page to that challenge also. Biologically, hair and fur are the same thing; it is just the amount of each. Since most dogs have lots of hair, I'd say they are covered in fur. (Even if they shed hair, and with 2 dogs I feel I am an expert in dog hair everywhere-smile.) If you want to join the Art Journal Journey challenge, please do, but remember, only art journaling is accepted. No cards, tags, ATC's, thrinchies, etc should be linked up.
Thanks for visiting my blog. And I look forward to viewing all your animal creations.