I wanted to do a monochromatic page but it not quite work out that way. It is certainly something I am going to have to learn more about.
My base was created from Molding Paste by Golden Artist Colors. I know little about the different paint mediums, but this was a fun one to work with.
(Photos of this page look crocked and the photo is as I can't take the page out of the book...
but the elements are straight.)
I used Imaginisce's i-rock, a hot fix / heat setting tool for i-rock embellishments. I started with the inner circle and worked my way outwards to make the three circles around the middle hole from the actual record album sleeve. This is certainly a fun tool to play with and help to make a great "frame" for the photo.
I added my title/journaling with a mix of the label maker and chipboard letters.
The challenge from the Fiskateer mixed media event was to do something with a window. The center of the record album sleeve was a natural of this one. I added a photo of my granddaughter looking out over the ocean while in Jamaica on a mission trip helping to build temporary housing for those displaced by the earthquake in Haiti.
It was a great journey and learning experience. I would do it again in a flash. I hope you had a bit of fun with me.
The end of the month is coming soon. Remember to leave a comment to be in the drawing for the $20.00 giveaway from Jenni Bowlin Studios. I'm still trying to reach that magic number commenter in order to giveaway a Fiskars Jenni Bowlin border punch.
Have a Crafty Weekend!
Gratitude List1. Little Honey's safety
2. time to laugh
3. God's longsuffering of His humble servant
4. sweet play date friends
5. my husband, Jimmy..."happy birthday sweetie."