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NDSD 2013 Art Journal challenge


NDSD 2013 Art Journal challenge

This is a hybrid page - I scanned in two of my art journal backgrounds for my papers and some handwritten "change"'s before I started. As Julie Fei-Fan Balzer likes to say, "More is more" but I decided this was getting a bit crowded lol. I stuck with my flower theme so this will fit with my NSDS Flower Album. Great choice of a prompt - made me really introspective. And changing the flower was way too much fun!

MLL Background papers; BMU Embellish brush; ASO Stained Edges brush; BMU Pressed for Time



    I love this and I really have so enjoyed your flower album and now the finishing touch, Mary Lou! Wonderful to have a hybrid art journal page and yuor background is lovely. I really like your handwritten and digital journaling and the pretty flowers too. Super layout and thanks for joining the challenge! :)
    Wow! This is just beautiful Love he handwritten journaling, really makes it your own.
    This is wonderful Mary Lou and you know I love the combination of digital and traditional
    Love this - great colors. The frazzled-looking font is perfect for your question. Very clever AJ.
    Love your colorful flowers and multiple fonts. It's a thought-provoking question. Didn't Yoda say, "Do or do not. There is no try."? And Nike says, "Just do it." I don't know, that's all I got. ;) Very cute hybrid page!
    Mary Lou, I love this. The word art/handwriting is fun and the blended background lovely. Very pretty.
    Love it - so colourful! Made me think too.
    Beautiful! I love your background color and your choice of colors for the flowers. The leaf in the background is just gorgeous. Very lacy. And your journaling is wonderful. Makes you stop and think.
    Lovely card! I really like your sentiment --- so true! I like the background paper with the purple strip and leaf overlay. The flowers add a nice pop of color and fun to the page.
    That is a pretty background and I love all your fonts. It is fun playing with the colors isn't it?