Thursday, 26 June 2014

Summer of Color 2014

I started Summer of Color with good intentions and did week 1 in the intended week.

However week 2 didn't happen in week 2!  The colours chosen were coral and teal with a splash of white.

Instead I did it while I was doing week 3.  After last week's link to the Music Monday post on Cherished, Called, Created I thought I would continue the theme.

I used my Gelli Plate again to make this background.  I used my new Honeycomb stencil.  I cut the paper down to stick into my Moleskine Planner.

I used sticker letters for the word overcomer.  I printed out the Bible verse and stuck it down.
 You can hear the song that inspired it on Music Monday.

So onto this week.  Week 3 where the colours are Lavender and Grey with a touch of Plum. I used the colours on the Gelli Plate with the Honeycomb stencil and an iStencil called Dangles.
The Music Monday theme was from Toby Mac's song: Speak Life.  I made the page in the same way as the previous page.

Tomorrow I'll show you how these pages fit with my Documented Life Planner.

Thanks for stopping by.
Bernice

20 comments:

  1. Amen Bernice!! I love this journal page!! Love all that happy texture in BOTH pieces and those are some of my favorite scriptures! Love them! Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. love your fabulous gelli printed pages using the SOC colors! Wonderful scriptures too.

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  3. Lovely work and great use of your printed pages.

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  4. Very nice use of the pages and the colors for this week. Great job.
    gloria

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  5. Lovely pages. I really like the gelli print backgrounds and the way that you use the verses.

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  6. I love both your week 2 and week 3 pages that you made for the SOC! Very creative and beautiful works of art!

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  7. I love both of these! I hope you can participate all 6 weeks because I'm looking forward to your next pages :)

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  8. Lovely. That stencil creates a really cool effect...

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  9. Lovely work!
    I really like how you used your stencil with the plum colour.

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  10. I love both of your pieces, well worth the wait :-)

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  11. Great job. I especially love the grey, purple and plum one.
    Rinda

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