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Thursday, 14 August 2014

Mish mosh...

Can't believe how much I am missing my art space already...
(it is even emptier than this now)
But am looking forward to having my boy home for a while :)
And while we are making a mess we thought why not add soot and cement dust...
 and open up the old fireplace....
 (getting there slowly)
A lovely arting opportunity came as Jackie Beeman's circle journal arrived for me to work in.
Organised by Ayala's Art, we are working in small 5x7 inch journals.
I used water soluble pencils blended with clear gesso,paint pens and permanent marker. The leaves and motto are from Darcy's newest stamp set for Paper Artsy. It says 
"Turn your face to the sun and the shadows will always fall behind you"

 Now some fluffy clouds...
 how fantastic did this look...so many different varieties of cloud over-laying each other...
 and then I spotted the perfection that is wild Honeysuckle growing through blackberry briars!!!
 (smells totally awesome)
Meanwhile...I HAD to do some crafting... so I am knitting another faerie...
( It is a gift for a friend shhhhhhh...)
Enjoy :D XXX
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6 comments:

  1. I love peeking into your home! And yard! I spotted a magnificent painting above the perfect fireplace! Love to know the detailed story on that! Hmmm? Please!
    Your garden is abundant! Delicious and now honeysuckle! Oh the possibilities!
    Cloud gazing and another wonderous faerie! Your imagination and energe, inspire!
    Thank you for the peek! xoxoDebi

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    1. Te canvas is a family group I painted 2 years ago. It would be quickest if you go read the posts I did at the time :D http://daydreambeliever-gina.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/BIG%20Canvas

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  2. Wow. Thank you for sharing. The photographs and are work is so amazing.

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  3. Ah Gina, bless you - still managing to craft despite the lack of the room!

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  4. The wild honeysuckle and blackberries look amazing! I haven't seen purple honeysuckle before, wow!

    Very impressed with your craft skills!

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  5. I love your painting, on top of your fireplace!
    I love the quote in the journal you used! Very wise words!
    Gorgeous clouds and yummy honeysuckle ;o)
    Enjoy your boy at home ;o)
    xoxoo

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