I thought this was quite fitting given my weight loss surgery journey has had some drastic and very unforeseen consequences, but has been worth every drama and detour. I used Dylusions paints, Distress Paints and inks, and a favourite StencilGirl Stencil.
This week’s quote has been modified slightly as it felt a bit too Christian for me, but that was easily fixed; I like the general idea though. I used a new Paper Artsy stencil, Dylusions paints, white gel pen and Pitt Big Brush marker.
This week I used Dylusions paints, Simon Says Stamp stamp pad, Ranger embossing ink, Ranger white embossing powder and a bunch of stencils. The original quote referred to God but of course I had to change that…
I’m right back on track with my CMP art journaling and it feels great. Now to get some crafting time in, because that’s part of me being truly well again. I’m not physically 100% yet but I’m getting there – and tending to my mental health is part of the healing process. If I’m not doing art and craft, there’s no way I am totally well…
This page screamed out for glitter, but I don’t use the mucky stuff. What I do have tucked away is some Pipe Dreamink Opals embossing powder – perfect!
I’ve been doing these each week but not posting. I normally do a coloured background and the text but this week’s deserved a photo because the quote describes Tony and I perfectly (bottom image).
I must be feeling better! I’ve caught up with the last few weeks of #ColourMePositive2017. Boy it feels good to be making again 🙂
Finally starting to do a little art, so catching up on #ColourMePositive2017
This week’s page uses Dina Wakley paints, a Stencil Girl stencil and FudeBall pen. I don’t normally include photos, especially of me, in my journal but it seemed appropriate this week.
I didn’t get a chance to post last week’s so having wee catch-up. I’ve rediscovered my FW and Pearlescent acrylic inks, which are a nice change from my usual paints. A couple of them had dried out, which is a good reminder to actually use the supplies you love, not just hoard them!
This month’s theme is love, and I loved the week’s quote, so this came together easily. I normally do a paint, stencil & pen background with no collage or photos, but wanted to include a favorite photo of Tony. This was taken at Lucy’s Gulley, on SH45, in 2012 when we were having a weekend break from caring for Mum (thanks to my sister). I’ve used Distress Paint, Dylusions paint and a couple of stencils.