Friday, June 18, 2010

Journal Pages

Can you believe this wonderful hair style? My mother wore her hair like this when when was young. Thia little one makes me think of her old pictures. Every night I am wishing for rain to cool us down.

I have been thinking a lot about my little Avery lately. Her Daddy is such a good man. She is getting old enough to start pushing some boundaries and realize that their are other things happening in the world besides her and has opinions about them.[my handwriting is drug induced from my surgery, I was sicker than I thought]


This page is a trash sheet from my work table. I played with the girl image in photo shop for another project and decided to print her and the quote on the trash paper and glue it in to my journal.

16 comments:

Ophelia said...

I really love these pages! Really! You are so very talented!

Athena said...

I hope that you have a speedy recovery :)

Gorgeous pages indeed.

Jeanne Nelson said...

Awesomely beautiful pages! Love the little girl. Wishing you good health real soon!

Janet Ghio said...

I love my "trash' papers! Aren't they fun to work on! Your pages are wonderful-love your backgrounds and images!

indybev said...

Love the journal pages, Elizabeth, the recipe and 4x4s. Another pleasant visit to your blog! Thanks so much for sharing your talented self.

Bea said...

I love those old pictures. I've been cleaning out stuff from my old studio space and found a lot of old photographs of my husbands family. I'm thinking I need to use more of the "folks" in my artwork.
Love the "trash" background. I picked up a box of deli paper, at Costo's and have been using that to wipe brushes and use up old paint. Really looks cool all those used pages stacked up on the table. :)Bea

Terri Kahrs said...

So sorry to hear that you were much 'sicker' than you thought. I'm happy that you're feeling better and am sending healing "vibes" your way. I always enjoy your journal pages, Elizabeth. Using the trash paper was a brilliant idea. Much too pretty to discard. And I adore the the quote on the 2nd spread - beautiful. Love your 4x4's too. Enjoy your weekend and feel better soon. Hugs, Terri xoxo

Rita A. said...

Beautiful!

artist60164 said...

I love the fact that they didn't smile. I wonder why

missy k said...

fantastic pages.... great colours, words and illustrations.

hope you have rain soon :)

Karenx

Debby said...

I love all the pages, vintage children my fav, gorgeous.
debby

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Your art is always so inspiring. The colors of these pieces are so vibrant and the images are adorable. I would love to play in your studio for one day.

Cynthia Eloise (Cyndee) said...

just discovered your site, love your work.

Cynthia Eloise (Cyndee) said...

just discovered your site, love your work.

Sharon said...

Hi,
I love these. Particularly see the artist within. I just joined and ATC group and one of the last challenge themes was eyes. I used a number of phrases with the word eye. Didn't think of this one and love it.

The hydranga photos are magnificent, one of my favorite flowers.
Re: your last post on my blog, right back atcha!

Lindart said...

Wonderful pages!I usually i don't like pink and blue, but I love this page! Actually I love them all!