Up early this day over in the USA! We celebrated the birth of our dear country this weekend! I am rather rejoicing as we finally have much needed rain here in this fire ravaged state of New Mexico. The humidity is welcomed knowing fires are being quenched! Now lets quench our thirst for gorgeousness and remarkable with the Finger Points of the Day:
Hurray for bold and bright backgrounds! I love the right up in there colors, and I am always wondering what to do with those nifty keen-O brackets in kits, this is fabulous!
Oh but her eyes and the title grabbed me right from the start. My heart has felt that heaviness and I am drawn to the grunged up feel of the alpha. I could put this in my own art journal I believe.
Pure and simple, she captured summer, the breeze on the water with the coolio dandelion brushes and the crisp colors. I love when frames are used in fun ways, not just on the outside, but as accents to the photo.
I am not saying I am in Eryn’s head, but golly, if she was trying to get the feel of being in the middle of that gust of wind that takes leaves out on an adventure, I felt it so magnificently on this page. Can you feel it?? wwwwwwwwhooooooooooooooosh
I am straight out awe of this page! It is so real and makes me want to go YES! and pump my arm up and down to the awesomeness of it!
Simple? I think not? this is fantastic, and made my brain want to break open some masks and play with photos that need to have a story told! I love the splash of paint in the background.
A double page wonder!! The treatment to the photos, along with the sand spilling out of the main photo makes me love this even more!
So I am looking at the gallery, and I see this photo that jumps out at me, wow, it has some wicked effects to it, and then the colors and additions to the page bring it all together with a real zest! kapow!
Now I looked at this, and I feel in love with the black paper, I thought it was like blueprint at first, then saw the doodled houses and swooned. This has so many memories all tucked all over about their first home. Her ability to bring in photos and elements and have them all work together so cohesively is flat out wonderful
~Never Lose Your Joy