Saturday, 2 August 2008

Soul Journal pages 11, 12, 13 and 14



I decided to show these 4 pages in a different way. I love they way they look when I pick out just a small area of the page. I think each small section (roughly 4cm sq) stands on its own as a mini artwork! (They are better than the whole pages!)
These two are my favourites.
Here are some more............

10 comments:

arlene said...

I LOVE these pages! The colours are just brilliant.
Thanks for the lovely comments you left on my blog. *blush*

arlene in alberta

Chriss Rollins said...

these are wicked.

love em
chriss x

Jaqi said...

The colours are great, cant you get the whole page on a picture? What did you use to make the black lines, was it a comb or something? its very effective, the colours are amazing, well done, Jaqi x

Carol said...

That is fab! i love these last 3 posts, amazing scrunchy looking pages. Love the depth of colour.

KathrynAntyr said...

I love your results. It is so fun to see how everyones' pages turned out. I try not to look until I get my page done. So you'll see that I'm finally getting caught up! I kept my pages fairly monochromatic. I love how colorful your pages are. I think I will try that in my next couple of pages.

Virginia said...

Love your colours and textures..Yes they are all small works of art...Love that everyone is so different with their approach..

KathrynAntyr said...

Thanks Linda for the great comments on my blog. It is always a treat to get comments. I have to tell you that I adore your banner at the top of the page. It inspired me when it came to making my soul journal house and neighborhood. So very nice to meet you!

Viola said...

Love all your pages, Linda! Wonderful colors! :o)

inge said...

Hello Linda ,

I'm a teacher too, but just for 20 years now... so I can't think of retiring yet... I love my job but could easily fill my days being creative at home... Enjoy your time given !

These squares look good ! the colors, the texture... I'm off to see the rest !

greetings
Inge from Belgium

MARGARET FIELD said...

Hi, I found your blog through Jacky in Australia. Some great stuff going on here.

I also live in Derbyshire, near to Alfreton.