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Hi, Welcome to my Blog. I'm an eclectic kind of crafter delving into many pots. I am just about managing to keep up my Scrapbooking Diary (usually about 6 months behind), plus any cards as required. I have a new found love of Watercolour and Bible Journaling plus recently Faith/Art Journaling too. I've challenged myself to make an art journal page a day for this my 60th year. Previously I've also dabbled in ATCs, Tags, Altered Books, Mixed Media, Décopatch, Knitting, Crochet, and Embroidery amongst other things. I live in Surrey, UK with my husband, our son has left home now. For exercise I usually play Badminton and go Ballroom and Latin Dancing. I also like walking/Geocaching and sometimes do a bit of Bouncing on my Rebounder (mini trampoline). I have been learning to play the harp for the past 10yrs. I am now officially retired. I am a born again Christian, currently worshiping at my local Vineyard Church.

Saturday 9 February 2013

An A to Z of Me #08 - Humour

H is for Humour

Fruit and veg stamping today but as we never have celery in the house, I went for the potato stamping using playdough cutters to cut the shapes out. Backed my page with some acrylic paint and used acrylic to do the stamping too. I overlapped the stamping between the pocket and tag, like I did yesterday with the flap.

Thought I'd be extra adventurous and write the scripture myself instead of using my typewriter. Perhaps as this bit was hidden in the pocket this gave me the incentive.

As for humour itself, lots of things can give me a chuckle but it depends on the old Emotions in the end and the mood I'm in!


Bernice Hopper said...

I love this page. Well done for doing the writing. I do hope I get to see this in real life one day.

Unknown said...

I love the way you used the pocket-tag technique. The colors are so vibrant.

Tracy said...

I don't know why you wanted to hide your lettering - it looks great to me!

Unknown said...

Your stamps are so clean they look like store bought. If you hadn't explained it I never would have known.