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Saturday, 3 September 2011

There's a hole in my page!


Hello every one I hope your having a wonderful weekend ;0) The Inspiration for this was found from Christy's art geeks on the Wild Precious group I bought some roses this year and was looking forward to growing them so this challenge was particularly nice. Christy had drawn the roses and suggested cutting through a journal page then putting the roses on the other side to. So here goes I thought for the first time I cut a large heart through the page transferred a Victorian woman in to the page after colouring the back ground with my trusty neo's Then drawing a thought bubble with the hopes of my new growing roses experience. 


And on the reverse side you can see the heart and more of the roses through the heart only coloured differently. Again I used neo's as back ground and then doodled more roses And stuck on a previous butterfly I had created among them with a wee bit of journaling. I found it very enjoyable I wonder if you have cut holes through a journaling page before? Well I enjoyed my first time, thank you for stopping by to have a look and share your experiences. Dawn xx


And here is a photo of how one of the roses turned out, I have six blooming bushes and I have really enjoyed the scents and colours just as I hoped ;0) Dxx

8 comments:

Gina said...

Gorgeous page Dawn :D . I haven't tried this technique, looks very effective :D XXX

Carol said...

Very nice!!! I just might have to give this a try.

Scatter said...

This was such a fun technique to learn. I love the twist you put on it by using a heart cut out!! Beautiful page.

Joanne said...

I like this a lot, especially when you've made a mess on the page - just cut it out, brilliant.
Hugs Joanne xx

Cheryl said...

oh hun really love this page so much really is super hun,hugs cherylxxxxx

Photocat said...

A hole that can stay a hole or could be filled up. Whatever works best for you. Thx for the blog hop comment!

~*~Patty S said...

I have done...but not recently AND nothing as fancy as your roses and heart cut out Dawn...LOVELY!!!
oxo

lynne said...

Hi Dawn
This is very nice indeed.
Wishes
Lynne