Monday, November 15, 2010

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I've got a couple of links here for you, blog followers who have been using the Dylusions range.

First up is the lovely Chris. This PAGE is hilarious and a brilliant way of using the accessories. And this PAGE is just oozing with colour, well worth a look.

And theres also the lovely Sam who has done a fabby spread with my downloads and stamps. Go take a look HERE

If you have used any of my Dylusions products, drop me a line and I'll give you a blog mention on here.

More pages from my Ledger Journal

Paints - Dylusions, pink, purple, black,white
Spray inks - Dylusions, velvet
Eyes and glasses - Dyan's downloads
Paisley - hand doodled
face image - Skin deep
all other images - magazines






I love song lyrics and love to include them in my journals.

Paint - Dylusions, black, purple



Enjoy xx

5 comments:

Sandra Hall said...

I love that page with the song lyrics, how you used white pen to journal over the dark areas and black pen to journal over the light areas - simple but genius!
Had a wonderful time on Sunday at yours, can't post my journal page 'photos yet 'cos the camera lead is... yep... up there in Durham while I'm down here in Yorkshire...I'll get it right one day!
PS
I love Millie Jackson too! x x

Candy C said...

Very cool...love these!

chrisg said...

Loving your ledger journal Dyan - and the paints and sprays too.

Music is always a great Journal prompt.

Just wish I could compose a page as well as you - Great work.

Sam said...

Great new pages, love the face with the glasses on the first one! Thanks for the link to my blog!! I have just got my parents to order me the Dylusions paints and paint sprays for Xmas and I cant wait to try them out!!

Chris said...

OMG thanks for the shoutout Di... wondered why my blog was getting so many hits...rofl NOW I understand :D
Thank you forl your lovely comments...you rock!!
Love every page you create.
hugs
Chris xx

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