mercredi 18 juin 2014

Journal on Monday: week 95, for SDC 152

Hi lovelies!
To make up for the silence the past days here on my blog (I'm working on some top secret stuff!), I'm happy to invite you to a new JoM video that I made in response of the new Stampotique Designer Challenge. 
Sweet Gez, who is our host this week, wants us to use a sentimental phrase or word on our making. I was very happy to oblige!

Coucou les jolies!
Pour me faire pardonner de mon silence de ces derniers jours ici sur mon blog (je travaille sur des trucs top secret!), j'ai le plaisir de vous inviter à visionner une nouvelle vidéo JoM que j'ai faite en réponse au nouveau challenge Stampotique Designer.
L'adorable Gez, notre hôte pour cette semaine, nous demande d'utiliser une phrase ou un mot sentimental sur notre réa. Cela m'a fait plaisir de m'y contraindre!

The vidéo.   La vidéo.

 You'll find the complete list of ingredients at the end of this post, like usual for the JoM. When you're done watching the video, join in the fun and add your link on the Stampotique Designer Challenge blog. Don't forget you just might be one of the winners of the $30 gift certificate in Stampotique stamps! Good luck!

Vous trouverez la liste complète des ingrédients de la vidéo à la fin de ce message. Quand vous avez fini de regarder la vidéo, rejoignez-nous et rajoutez votre lien sur le blog Stampotique Designer Challenge. N'oubliez pas: vous pourriez être un des gagnants du chèque cadeau de 30$ en tampons Stampotique! Bonne chance!

Ingredients / Ingrédients:
Handmade coptic binded art journal (heavy watercolor paper)
Pébéo Verdegris Patina
Lindy's Stamp Gang: Flat Fabio (Merci Beaucoup Mint), Stardust (Time Travel Teal), Flat Shot (Café au lait)
Distress ink: Peacock feather, Walnut stain, Black soot
France Papillon stamps by Stampotique: Design Cube #10012, Splattered Mug #10017, Barcode Text #10020, When Heart Speaks #10003
Finnabair stencil by Prima: Honeycomb 12X12
Glimmer Glaze: Icicle
Rusted metal strips
Tacky glue

22 commentaires:

  1. This is lovely. I love the look and feel it sets off. Beautiful. Congrats on your retirement. I was forced into early retirement due to a severe work injury and I know that place you are with in I will say this to you sweet sister..your new journey just developed with your wonderful art skills you have not retired just altered your course.hugs and love
    susan s

  2. It's fabulous, the rusted pieces and the patina background gives a real 'fragile' feeling.

  3. Superbe effet rouillé... merci pour le partage...

  4. Nicely done, its so abstract and awesome. I love everything about it

  5. I love it when your heart shows in your work, France, even when it is a "heavy" heart as in your journal spread today. In watching you straighten your metal bar, I could only think of how the rusted metal seemed a bit "weathered" by the storm, yet it is still very, very strong...much as you are today! This piece shows the fragility of your heart, but its resiliency as well, my friend! Mwah!

  6. I love this page...and love all your artwork. I've just recently found you and am now subscribed to all your videos. Thank you so much for sharing your talent and I look forward to learning more about art with you.

  7. Wonderful, even though it is a bit 'dark' ! Sending you a big hug !!!
    Corrie x

  8. Merci beaucoup de partager avec nous ces réalisations, j'adore l'apparente simplicité de ces pages!
    Tu maîtrises superbement l'effet rouillé.
    Amicalement, zouzou

  9. It's beautiful France, I love watching you create xxx

  10. I always learn something new here, love this page, France.

  11. Wonderful page. Wishing you all the very best France.

  12. A really moving page - dark but beautiful - and a great video, thank you.
    Alison x

  13. Wonderful video expressing your fragility today France, sorry it was your last day in your job :-) xxx

  14. Great page and video as always.

  15. Coucou France,
    Thank you for sharing this brilliant video and photos of your latest gorgeous journal page. The colours look so strong in the photos. It has been such a treat to sit and watch you working your magic to produce another amazing journal page. I'm thinking of you lots and sending you lots of positive healing warm wishes as you mentioned that you are feeling down. "As one door closes another one opens" so they say, and I'm sure doors will be opening for you and you amazing art skills.
    I'm hoping to catch up on all the videos that, sadly I've not had time to watch lately, but am hoping to soon.
    Lots of love, hugs and warmest best wishes

  16. OMG.... you are an amazing artist! I love your work and your videos! Thank you so much, France!

  17. You can even make dark pages stand out. Wile I'm still brand new to journaling, I do find a certain healing behind immersing myself in a page and letting go. I've been watching your videos for a few weeks now, and I think I may have seen most, if not all that are posted. Who needs the TV when I can sit and watch you create your spreads for hours. Thanks once again for sharing your techniques and talent with us.

  18. Love all the techniques and the accuracy! :-)

  19. I could watch you create all day dear France. Sending heartfelt hugs xxxxxx


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