Saturday, 7 June 2008

Round Robin Journal

I'm involved in a round robin journal with some amazing crafters. As they are putting their first pages on their blogs I'm starting to feel smaller and smaller :o(

I did my first page quite a while ago, then last week I thought it looked too buzy so I did another one, now after seeing some of the others I'm thinking oh dear, maybe I'll do it a third time, - but then hey, I guess I have to acccept that everyone is different and this happens to be my style, and as teacher i do like my theme "Children of a Bygone Age".

5 comments:

  1. this is a truly beautiful page sooo looking forward to see it for real, adore the colours

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  2. Mmmmmmmmmm dunno which one I like the best..... love both of them!!
    Better start getting my think cap on for this one!

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  3. I love them both too! Maybe one could be your cover? I dont think you need to do more, these are brill! Now if you look at MY first attempt he he xxx

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  4. this one is also great!!! I agree with pbird!!

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  5. I really like both pages too. I don't know which one I like best as they're both so different. I definitely think you should put them both in your journal, and I love your style. I don't think I've found mine yet, I'm stuck at the experimental stage!

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