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ADEM #21 journal pages

Round robin journaling - this is a first for me, working in someone else's journal and trying not to mess it up.  Leslie organized this 'robin' and I jumped at the opportunity to to join in.  There are 5 of us in this 'robin' and it's working wonderfully with journals being sent on time and pages looking so very cool.

This month I had Laurie's journal and her theme is Time. There were some cool pages already done and even though I'd saved a few time related images and papers, I didn't really have a workable idea.  On the final weekend before it was to mailed along, I found myself standing in front of my art table, moving stuff around.  Ideas sparked and formed and reformed and evolved until my pages were done.


I made a background with my stamps covered with tissue paper for some great texture. The leaves were cut from some clock printed papers and the quote is from the Fairy Godmother! :)


I went simple with this layout of some of my lettering.  And since it's a journal, I left a place for her to write a list of things she wants to spend her time on!  

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10 comments:

  1. Fab lettering, you are so good at it. Tried the round robin journal once but found it too limiting, nervous about overdoing. xox

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  2. So glad to see you having fun!
    Stay inspired!

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  3. These pages are beautiful, Terrie! I'm sure Laurie will be thrilled!

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    1. Yes, I certainly am! :-)

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  4. Golly. I love the leaves you made from the clocks. That is so, so clever.

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  5. Great idea and beautiful pages. Love the use of clocks for the leaves and the quote.

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  6. I like the leaves page a lot, very creative, but I love the lettering! What an excellent idea. I may have to incorporate some of that for the remaining two journals coming my way. I'll take a lettered postcard next time you're in the mood...

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  7. Gorgeous Terrie! You did a wonderful job on each of them! I love the textures and patterns of the first page and then the beautiful simplicity of the second one. Lucky Laurie!! xx

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  8. your lettering just gets better and better. I love both of those spreads, and love how totally different they are from each other, and both so representative of your style.

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