Monday, September 1, 2008

Ongoing Journal Work....

Well I didn't go bowling or to the seaside. Two reasons - awful weather and torn shoulder ligaments from football ( not me I hasten to add). So unexpected chill out day. Quick flick round the house and then onto the journal cover. I had life putting the journal together, lots of mosaics of paint effects, Blonde Moments crackle and family photos all held together with Blonde Moments Ultra thick. ( Hopefully a flip recorded demo coming soon of this). Pink fluff, metal embellishment ( Tim's new tokens ), rub ons and everyones desert island favorite to complete the look - Glossy Accents! I am really pleased with it. At the moment the back of the cover just has a basic paint effect on an altered book cover, but as I said it is a 'work' in progress. By tomorrow that should have been transformed with tags and grunge board - I'll let you know.

Countdown to McDuff

Only 5 more sleeps until the Scottish retreat I am teaching at. I'm not sure if there are any more places left, but if you are fed up with the miserable weather, come and treat yourself. The projects are on my earlier August posts.

Shoe Watch

How about these killer beauties. When I've got these on I'm over 6ft and have to walk carefully - like a lady you know! Patent is massive this year and these shoes always make me laugh because I feel as though I've covered them in Glossy Accents!


Sharon said...

Love the book Dyan.
I hope you are bringing it to Macduff so we can all get a proper look :)

Dylan said...

Course I will Sharon, More pics should go up today. Looking forward to the weekend stock up on the red bull and pro plus

Kirsty Wiseman said...

bloody hell woamn, dominatrix shoes or what?
need to call, need a follow up on - you know.... THE night out

Sharon said...

Pro Plus will be packed!!!!

No wonder I had proplus with me at scrapaganza, I discovered after blood tests when I got back that I was severly anaemic!!

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