November page | Flowers in a pocket

Hello friends!
I feel like it’s quiet fast from my latest post on my blog, but I have lots of  ideas in my head for my crafting journey and a few fun Instagram stories to tell!
 
Today I have a rather simple journal pages to share featuring a Tilda [from Magnolia stamp, of course!] along with a very easy loose flowers painting. I actually wrote this pages back in few days ago and never got around to posting it.
I am struggling to learn how to handle the brush to paint loose flowers, especially on the particular paper like a journal page, as loose flower painting needs so much water!
but this Midori paper for me pretty enough to play with.


I find it isn't easy .. but I have to learn harder if I want to get a better skill.
When I write in my journal, I don’t dwell on things that went wrong. Focus on the positive aspects of my day or week.
Because I love to write it and read again in the future!
 


 
I treasure these words:
 
"When you are living the best version of yourself, you inspire to others to live the best versions of themself"
 
written by Steve Maraboli
 
Details;
First of all, I color the image with watercolor mediums. This Image really talked about the "take an easy live" then I combine her with Flowers -- in this case, I choose loose flowers painting.
I am using Sakura Koi watercolor they have pretty good intense which I want to try on this particularl paper.
The Pocket and feather was cutting with Magnolia DooHickey dies from various collection.
For the final touch, the glamorous gold splatters from Kuretake Starry Night has made a different gorgeous look.
 
 
Thank you so much for reading, Have a great day!

2 comments

Suzi said...

Another beautiful page with sweet Tilda and her pocket full of flowers and pretty words. Love it.
Hugs Suzi x

Chris said...

This book will be such a treasured keepsake. I love each page with its soft, gentle images and loving words!
XO,
Chris