Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Three Muses Challenge - Quote and journal page

 
Open book by Christina Renee, "family" consists of four images in my stash (they have been there for years)/.  The two girls on the right are from Hidden Vintage Designs.  The two "ladies" on the right hand page are from e-vint.com.  Some gesso touches from Tangie Baxter, daisies by Rosey Posey, splashes, brushes and circle stamps from Createwings Designs.

15 comments:

  1. Terrific images and how true (especially about the black sheep).

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  2. Black sheep, crazy aunts, weird cousins--we all have them!:)
    This is wonderful, Marie. Looks like you spent days cutting, pasting, gessoing, etc.

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  3. This is awesome Marie I would love to do my family picture albums like this what a treasure. Your work as ever is magnificent!

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  4. Beautiful pages dear Marie. The quote is so true, and we all have them. An amazing piece! xx

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  5. Hahaha! You're unique my friend!
    And what a work!
    What a clever and awesome achievement!
    I adore your beautiful pic, subtle BG, vintage characters, clever idea, and your wonderful quote dear Marie!

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  6. WOW, what a great journal spread. I love the quote but I especially love the bloomers!

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  7. Oh Marie, the woman showing us her knickers! LOL I love this vintage spread so much!xx

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  8. Well, I'm guessing the 'black sheep' would be easy to spot in this family! A smashing couple of pages, Marie, well balanced and populated by some very interesting characters. Loud applause.

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  9. *g* black sheep included... wonderful sample layout, as we are used to see on your blog. bravo!

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  10. Obviously is wasn't 'proper' to smile for the camera in the 'old days' Marie, but your quotes do raise a big smile from me and so perfectly illustrated too!!
    Love the 'black sheep!'

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  11. Ladies, indeed! This is such a great page, Marie, I would never know it's digital!!

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  12. I think I've had my question answered, if Electra is correct. These two pages are digital? It's a dandy! May I ask, what program did you use for the layout?

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  13. I mean the same as Electra, I can't believe this is only digital! It's indeed an exqusite creation. The soft background coloring fits perfect to the photo combinations. Great pages!
    xox Anja

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  14. Great page, I love the soft colours something I can not ;0)

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