Monday, 8 July 2013

Passport to Art - - Page 2

- another page in this altered book as part of Bernice's Passport to Art workshop for the month of July. As I mentioned in my last post - I am really out of my comfort zone here -  - I don't really do "painty" things but have found myself stealing my daughter's paints to add some colour to the base pages. The prompt for this page was to make a passport and Bernice highlighted a photo transfer technique - which I was unable to use sadly  - I did make a mini passport though. I will add a photo to it when I do my next lot of prints. I used some of Julie Kirk's "Plundered Pages" - it is vintage foreign language papers - along with a scrap of map of my island from a leaflet I found in the magazine rack and some inking and stamping.
The large tag with the Julie Nutting doll fits into the pocket created by folding the page, and I plan to add my journalling to it.

Thanks for stopping by

'til later

Bannaghtyn, J x


  1. Your pages are coming along so well. Mine look totally different than yours and Bernice's pages! I'm posting a bunch on my blog tomorrow.

  2. I think it's awesome, Jen!

  3. WOW! pretty!
    Alison xx

  4. This looks like an interesting class! Love the silhouette against those soft colours. Being outside your comfort zone is clearly not affecting your creativity!


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