To see and watch my offering for the November Mission Inspiration, click the image above.
The start of a new month is always an exciting time as it’s the start of a new mission over on the Mission Inspiration Facebook group, link [HERE]. This month is double plus exciting as it’s also the month of Halloween; a holiday we in the UK don’t celebrate as much as our American cousins across the pond. This is a shame because it’s a time of dress up, parties and just generally having a little bit of fun.
This month’s prompts have been set by guest controller Linda Simpson and her intro can be seen at the start of my start to finish process video of my page above. You can watch the whole thing from start to finish by clicking the YouTube link below.
If you’d like to pop over and see what Linda has created with the prompts this month you can visit her YouTube channel by clicking [HERE]
If you’d like to purchase my Halloween digi collage download set as used in my video, then simply click the link image below.
Feeling in the mood for some subtle autumnal shades today with this abstract floral art journal page. The inspiration for the flowers was taken from an old 1970s wallpaper design I spotted online. The wallpaper was blue and brown, but I prefer an orangey combo!
As always my start to finish process can be watched by clicking the YouTube link below!
It’s time for a new challenge over at the Mission Inspiration Facebook group and this month we have another guest Mission Controller. This month it’s Shel C from the Paper Ocotillo Studio who’s setting August’s prompts.
Here’s what I created in my 10×10 journal using Shel’s prompts for the month. To watch the process from start to finish, simply click the YouTube link below.
You too can join in with the monthly fun over on the Facebook Group page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/missioninspiration/.
I wanted to create a fairly simple art journal page with texture and interest in the background, but that wasn’t too over powering or distracting. My focal points, the abstract trees, are simplistic but calming. The colour choice of blue and brown is a favourite combo and I think it all works well together.
As normal I have filmed the whole process of creation from start to finish and if you’d like to see how it was done then simply click the YouTube link below.