lundi 2 septembre 2013

Journal on Monday: week 67

Hi all!
Before showing you today's video, i'd like to say a huuuuuuuge thank you for all your sweet words about my new Stampotique stamps. Never in my wildest dreams did i expect such enthousiasm. Without you guys, this all adventure wouldn't take place and i feel so blessed for it being reality. THANK YOU!
I could not not go wild with color today, that's how full of sunshine i feel on the inside. And i have images to prove it ;)

Avant de vous montrer la vidéo d'aujourd'hui, je voudrais vous dire un énoooooooorme merci pour tous vos mots doux à propos de mes nouveaux tampons Stampotique. Jamais dans mes rêves les plus fous je m'attendais à tant d'enthousiasme. Sans vous, toute cette aventure n'aurait pas lieu et je me sens privilégiée de pouvoir vivre tout cela. MERCI!
Je ne pouvais pas ne pas utiliser des couleurs peps aujourd'hui, puisque je rayonne de l'intérieur. Et j'ai les images pour le prouver ;)

The video.          La vidéo.

Ingredients / Ingrédients:
Handmade coptic binded art journal (watercolor paper) / Art journal fait main reliure copte (papier aquarelle)
Prima Marketing Stencil Mask set : Sublime Screens Mix 5
Pébéo light modeling paste
Dylusions: Calypso teal, Crushed grapes, White linen
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish: Stone, Crackle glaze
Claudine Helmut Studio Sticky-back canvas
Uni-Ball Signo white
Stampotique stamp: Carousel #10014
Tim Holtz stamp: Spring Sprung CMS084
Distress ink: Black soot
Tacky Glue
Colop Mini-dater S120

13 commentaires:

  1. Mais que c'est beau France ! merci pour tout ce partage

  2. A simple, but simply beautiful, page, France!!

  3. Video is really great, love the Dylusions colours. Thanks France:-)

  4. I love what you do with Dylusions to reduce the intensity of them, so inspiring!

  5. Encore une superbe page d'AJ... Merci pour la vidéo...

  6. Just love the simplicity of this new journal spread, France! The colors in your photos come through brilliantly, both in the background and in the canvas! Also love that you took that small strip from your new carousel stamp to "ground" your image! So full of texture, so full of fun! Bravo!

  7. Love the colors and texture on the page. I very often have trouble overthinking my pages and don't know when to stop even when I like the process Ive already laid out. I like that when you were writing the journaling, it looked at 1st as though you were contemplating where to go next and then you said it is finished and it was a nice spread. Also like the pink color on top of some of the texture, curious if it really does have that color on the page.

    1. Hi Debbie,
      Thank you for your sweet comment, it is hard to know when to stop isn't it ;)
      The color on the page turned out pink! I had to force the colors in the photo as the turquois and purple all turned out blue! This is as close as i could get to the real thing. But you're right to ask the question, with the video camera being influenced by the light in my studio and my camera changing the colors in the photo, and finally the colputer screen changing things it gets confusing!

  8. Coucou France,
    You have done it again - what a brilliant video and beautiful page - there is sooooo much to see in it. I love the colour blends & extra embellishments - especially the Tag tab. When I first saw the photos on your blog, I thought that you had used heavy linen squares and your sewing machine to attach all. That's what is sooooo amazing about your videos, they are full of such inspiring surprises.
    Thank you for sharing more of your gorgeous goodies.


Merci pour vos petits mots qui sont pour moi de vrais encouragements! :)
Thanks for your kind words, they're a real encouragement to me! :)