Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Summer of Color

And yes I know it should be 'colour' but it's an American meme.  This is the fourth year of Summer of Color hosted by Kristin Van Valkenburgh.   You can find out all about it here.

Week One's challenge is to use Aqua & Yellow with a smidgen of Hot Pink.

I decided I would play with the gelli plate and this was the background I liked best. I used two Dina Wakley stencils from Crafter's Workshop: Mosaic TCW348 and Church Windows TCW350.  I stuck the print into my planner which is why there's a fold down the middle.

I used some alphabet stickers from my stash to put the words from a Matthew West song which is stuck in my head at the moment.

I added a zigzag border with a Dylusions stamp and some music using a Kasiercraft stamp.  I drew round the letters with a white pen.

I featured this song on my new blog Called, Cherished, Created.

Thanks for stopping by.
Bernice



17 comments:

  1. Beautiful use of the colors. That border stamp is really fun.

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  2. Love how you used the color and words. Nice job.:)

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  3. Looks great! Love the gelli print background :)

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  4. Super pages, love all the layers, well done.

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  5. Fun page and good process story.

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  6. This is a fun start to SOC and I love that you showed the stages.

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  7. beautiful journal spread for SOC-love Dylusions products!

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  8. Oh Bernice! I just love your art journal pages! Beautiful use of the SOC colors!

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  9. I love this. It's a perfect use of the colors and a great message. Looking forward to seeing the rest of your creations.
    Rinda

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  10. Wonderful background (and words!). Love the zigzag border - the pages have a look of a world map to them.

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  11. Love your choice of words and the depth.

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