This spread in in the "Over the Edge" Altered Notebook / Journal.
WOW WOW WOW!!! These pages are incredible! You get everything so perfect! Beautiful colours and composition!!
I love the sense of fun and whimsy that your pages have. The "peek-a-boo" edges add to that. Really cool pages.c
I've been lurking at your blog here once in a while, but have never posted a comment. I found your blog by chance, just hitting that "next blog" button a couple times from another bloggers pages I visit. And then I bookmarked you, and followed you because your work impressed me.Beyond that, you have inspired me. I'm a multi-media artist who has just kept it to art quilts for the last few years. But I think I may take one of my quilt tops, and back it with some foam board or matt board, and add multi media accents like paper to it and turn it into a giant journal page after visiting here. Very inspiring!
Ingrid, these are edges and pages are absolutely exquisite. Your work energize and inspires me. I'm in AWE!Hugs,Terri :)
Ooooo...these colors are delicious together. Love that pointy edge against the scalloped edge.
The colors are fabulous. There is so much here that I love, love, love. I'm beside myself I don't know where to start.Brava!
These are outstanding! Your combination of edges, designs, color & texture are wonderful...and unique to you! Your style is inspiring!
Your journal pages are so inspiring. Georgous colors and eye catching designs. I'm a fan!
These are the most awesome pages ever. The color, the visual texture, the words!!! Oh my goodness these are good! I am wanting to start a journal, but am having trouble just getting started. You are an inspiration.
Love your style!
What a really nice example of layering page edges. I also love the balls you managed to cut away (something I would have trouble doing).As an aside, yes, I love your colors, layouts, and genius of all your spreads, but more important, I enjoy reading your thoughts.This is something I have struggled with when working on tutorials. The cover on my work table keeps getting dirtier and dirtier and it distracts from my instructions, which are (or should be) the main focus of the photo. I've always enjoyed your vessels photographed against greenery. To me, it added a layer of enjoyment, but I can see how it too might be distracting. And you could NOT NOT make a good first impression, even if you photographed your art in a compost pile!!
You have been an inspiration to me! Please accept this "Marie Antoinette, a real person, a real award":http://mixedmediamartyr.blogspot.com/search?q=awardThanks Leanne.
These are just great, love every little detail!
Love these pages! FUN!
Really inspiring work.I really love your charms too.I've got some work to do!thanks,-L
Wondeful spread. The colors are so bright and vivid!!
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