For T Stands For Tuesday (hi guys!) I'm sharing lunch at Delaney's Irish Pub, our first stop after settling in:
I made this card for our anniversary:
Here's a detail shot so you can better see the gold leaf I used on the feathers:
white cardstock, feather stamp (Magenta), black detail embossing powder, Versamark inkpad, Versafine Onyx Black inkpad, stitched rectangles dies (Our Daily Bread Designs), Spellbinders die cut machine, Duo embossing adhesive (US Artquest), patterned gold leaf gilding paper, blue and yellow markers, sentiment stamp (DeNami Design).
Linking to the Simon Wednesday Blog Challenge (anything goes).
I may have just missed the cut off but I made this steampunk inspired tag for Tag Tuesday. Also joining Moo Mania and More with the theme of "Up in the air".
The hot air balloon is from a purchased acetate sheet. I used colored glitter glue behind the image before adhering it to the tag.
For the Simon Monday challenge (theme this week is A Walk on the Dark Side) I have this ATC:
Patterned paper, assorted ribbons and fibers, collage sheet image, sentiment clear stamp - studio g, orange marker, yellow glitter glue, Versafine Onyx Black ink.
My September calendar spread (the second part ) was finally completed:
and I have also done the first half of my October spreads:
Watercolors on the left and an acrylic painting on the right. I was inspired to create this page watching Angela Anderson's You Tube video. Edited In: So sorry, this was not from Angela's channel but from Painting With Jane. I had been watching a variety of videos and got the artists mixed up. My bad. It's the first time I followed and painted along and I loved it! I learned some great tips along the way and love how it turned out. I am planning on doing a few more:) Here are a few close ups:
Joining in at Art Journal Journey (Landscapes of the Soul), Mix It Monthly ( theme is "Autumn"), and of course Paint Party Friday!
It's going to be so much fun catching up with everyone again. Be well, and see you soon.
" Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile." William Cullent Bryant