I also used gesso (black and white), sequence waste, Prima Mask for photo frame I won from Miss Arts Paper Crafting School (love it!), Tim Holtz Visual Artistry Stamp, Stream Adirondack Spray Ink , Caran d'Ache Watercolor Crayons, masking tape, and red ink splotches, Portfolio ball point pen (actually wrote over the oil pastels!) and Pitt Black Brush tip Pen. I was pleased with the way it turned out!
Friday, May 20, 2011
I have always had a special "connection" to rainbows. Such promise in a rainbow! I was inspired by my sister-in-law the other day, as she had created a cute card using ribbon in rainbow colors. http://www.kiwimumscraps.blogspot.com/ I decided to create a page using rainbow colors in my ledger journal. I used my Portfolio Water Soluble Oil Pastels for the background. They are so full of "smooshy wonderful goodness". Not always easy to write over, but they have such blending capability. I heard this quote the other day on the radio, and it really stuck with me. Every now-and-then, I need a visual reminder for myself! What girl doesn't! I collaged a few random pieces of scrapbook paper and vintage children's book over the background.
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