Monday, January 27, 2014

Smeared and Smudged art journal Everyday Challenge entry

I have never done an art challenge so the Smeared and Smudged challenge inspired me. Today I was chatting with a friend about all kinds of things including the afterlife, past lives and psychics. So I thought why not do something in the journal about it. The stamped I used was from Smeared Ink. I belong to their monthly stamp club. I love it! I tried to stay with their rules of using primary colors today. To check out the challenge go to:
Please leave me a comment to inspire me to move on with this challenge this week. I am not into journaling bc I write so poorly. My handwriting is deplorable. I excelled in school always but my handwriting killed me. My mind just works too fast for my hands to catch up.
Have a great day/night! Thanks for stopping by!


Laura B said...

What an interesting page! Love the way you used the colors in your image. Thank you for joining us for our Kickstart Your Art Challenge! I hope you continue to participate...I'm really curious to see what you do with some of the other prompts and techniques this week.:)

Matney said...

Your are braver than I to really put down written thoughts. I usually use a quote or a stamped saying. Don't like my handwriting either. You page turned out fab! Your writing really brings it all together and love how it looks as a whole. Great SI stamp and hope you keep playing!

Pamela Davis said...

I enjoyed reading your "doctor" hand, lol. This is really quite good. I look forward to tomorrow's challenge and coming back here to see what you "craft"!

DonnaMundinger said...

What a cool page. Yeah, the handwriting part is not my fave either but I had no trouble reading your thoughts and found it really intriguing. Had a giggle at your "doctor's" handwriting comment and your choice of stamp is brilliant. xxD

Titbelsoeur, mixed-media addict said...

what a nice page ! I love the way you used my tutorial !
thank you !!!

ScrappingBeauty said...

Thanks ladies for the comments! Sometimes leaving your self vulnerable can actually you empower you to let loose.