So here is my last journal page I did and my cards I said I would share. First up a fiery page and I have to say I love it even if it wasn't quite how I planned the page. I was rather upset with a comment made to me during that day and this is how my page came about. My journalling for the page was " Don't Judge Me 'til You Have Walked In My Shoes & Experienced What I Have!" I think most people can relate to this at some point in their life. And I really do believe people shouldn't be judged with out knowing the full facts of that persons life. Loved how the flames turned out. I first used Dylusions Burnt Orange, Pomegranite and a hint of Lime Ink spray and using the Crafters Workshop 6x6 Flames Template I did some ghosting. I ten off setted the stencil on the ghosting and with some Dark Red Paint I dabbed through the stencil, I did the same again with a Lighter Red and then Yellow Paint.
And thought this Digi Image I coloured a while back seemed fitting. She is from Deviant Art. This is Penelope drawn by Sureya and l-Jaycee-l I used Black, Poppy, Sky Blue and blender for the clothing. Black and Cool Grey 3 for the shoes and Poppy, Cocoa and gold for the hair and then the weopens were Cocoa and Cool Grey 3 again. I used blush, Ivory and Dusky Pink for the skin.
Next up are my two cards. Please let me know what you think as not really got into card making before but as I have really got in to colouring images with my Promarkers I felt I needed to make use of them.
The first card I used a Sweet Peas Image stamped Dryad Bride. I used: Yellow, Gold, Orange, Magenta, Pine, Terracotta, Grass, Pastel Blue and Powder Blue and also a Blender Pen ages ago and then some papers from a 6x6 paper pad I won in a good bag a while back called Bayberry Cottage. And then I used some paper flowers down the side.
The second card is here, not sure the name of the image I'm afraid but if I find out I will let you know. And again I used Bayberry Papers again and Paper Flowers and some Rhinestones this time.
Really proud of my attempt at the hair in this image to. I used a tutorial by Kimberly Brown.