Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Spreekwoorden

My journaling page for the fifth lesson of Marit’s workshop Let it Loose.
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Monday, May 2, 2016

Kusje

My journaling page for the fourth lesson of Marit’s workshop Let it Loose. It reminds me of the beautiful paintings of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, which I saw recently at the Singer museum in Laren.
I used this photo as a base for my page.
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Friday, April 29, 2016

Wat heb je grote tanden!

My journaling page for the third lesson of Marit’s workshop Let it Loose. It’s the wolf from Little Red Riding Hood.
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Monday, April 18, 2016

Pluk de dag

My journaling page for the second lesson of Marit’s workshop Let it Loose. Pluk de dag is Dutch for carpe diem.
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Monday, April 11, 2016

Als ik uit het raam kijk

My journaling page for the first lesson of Marit’s workshop Let it Loose.
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Monday, April 4, 2016

Top 2000 book finished

In December I participated in Marit’s Top 2000 Party. It all started with this old book from our library. It’s a book about cricket, so I just had to use the song Dreadlock Holiday for one of my spreads. I used a part of the page with a cricket photo as part of my spread.
Here I’m working on my first spread, which I shared here. All other spreads are in this blogpost.
When all spreads were done I started working on the cover of my book. I used some parts of the printed version of the Top 2000, printed photos of the artists and origami music paper. This is the front cover with Billy Joel and John Lennon.
For the inside of the front cover I wanted to add a list of the songs I used for my spreads. When I was working on that I remembered the music paper from many years ago, when I took keyboard lessons. I used the notes and lyrics from Imagine as my background.
The inside of the back cover with the artists of the first 5 spreads I made.
And the backside of my cover with 10CC, Youp van ‘t Hek and Nits. Take a closer look at this book and all spreads at my Flickr album.
So now I’m ready for a new journaling challenge: Marit’s workshop Let it Loose, which starts today. So I’m off to download the first lesson.
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Monday, March 21, 2016

Teesha Moore patches for Carol

Carol was my swap partner in 3 different swaps for Teesha Moore inspired patches. I made the first patch with a cute cat fabric. It’s decorated with French knots in the flowers and a running stitch at the edge.
The second patch is made of a scrap from my old needle case. I decorated it with cross stitches and buttons.
This last patch is decorated with buttons and beads.
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