Sunday, 21 April 2013

The Craft Barn Alpha Challenge Letter W

I am still really enjoying doing the Alpha Pages set by the Craft Barn every 2 weeks. There are always wonderful samples and entries to admire and inspire.

This time it is the letter W but as a twist in the tail you must use circles  on the background.

I used various distressed inks to make the background colour then dabbed on some Distressed stain to make the circle shapes. Then sprayed the whole thing with gold Glitter mist. I had forgotten to highlight the word so I scanned it and added it separately.

Sorry about the innocent drawing of a windmill- I am in my second childhood-well that's my excuse :)

Thanks for looking

Love Chrissie xx


Sandie said...

Great pages there your windmill...and the circles.

Sandie xx

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful Chrissie, windmill is a great choice. I am still thinking about what to do, perhaps I can start on something today! Hugs, Valerie
Enjoy your Sunday!

sam21ski said...

Oh great page Chrissie and what a wonderful word

Sam xxx

Suze Bain said...

Great pages Chrissie, takes me right back to Windy Miller in Camberwick Green! Xx

Craftychris said...

Fab page! I love your drawing and the circles are an inspired idea! I must do my page, I always end up rushing! xx

Meggymay said...

Great pages and I love your windmill.
Yvonne x

butterfly said...

Love all the swirls and curls (eddies of wind?), and what a great choice of word - I love windmills, both the traditional kind and, I'm afraid (though I know they're unpopular with many), the new slender energy storers!
Alison x

hazel said...

Wonderful pages, I love your windmill and all the swirls.
xxx Hazel.

Buttons said...

These are great pages Chrissie. Hugs, Jenny x

Ira Huberts said...

How wonderful to see one of 'our' Dutch windmills on your page Chrissie! Great pages! Big hugs, Ira xox

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Great drawing of a windmill! Lovely background as well in your journal. Cheers, Shirleyx

Dawn said...

Awe, what lovely pages Chrissie, brilliant choice of word. Fond memories of childhood for me lol, Camberwick Green was one of my faves, good old Windy Miller (tee hee, rarely without a flagon of cider in his hand!!), thank-you sweetie.
Hugs x