Saturday, 4 April 2015

Abundance Collage and Poetry Journal page

Happy Easter to those who celebrate it. A big welcome to my new followers and to everyone who calls in to Jumbled Crafts. Thank you for your visit.

This time at Art Journal Journey you can do a journal page to illustrate Your favourite poems or quotes.

I decided I would paint my version of the Wordsworth poem Daffodils. I am sure it a favourite poem of many of us as it seemed to be one the first poems we did at school. If you would like to read the whole poem you can find it here.
I asked my husband what style he thought I had painted this in and he said----- if he screwed his eyes up and glanced at it quickly, he would have thought it was a Monet! I think he needs new glasses.

At Collage Obsession this week the theme is Abundance so lots of scope for that one


I did a digital, animated collage for this theme. With my daughter's cats in mind I thought of all the love that a pet can have for its owner.

Have a lovely weekend whatever you are doing. We aren't doing anything special  but I'm sure we will enjoy it anyway.

Love Chrissie xx

24 comments:

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

As always, dear Chrissie, wonderful art work.

Happy Easter for you and yours

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Love your Monet /Wordsworth page.. looks fab.and the ABUNDANCE interpretation is fantastic!
Happy EASTER Chrissie♥♥♥
Have a great day... enjoy!
xxx
Susi
Thank you for the AJJ contribution!

Nikki Acton said...

Oh how poignant! Off to see mum in her care home today in Suffolk and she loves Wordsworth's poem. And I love cats. Great pages Chrissie. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Easter. Nikki xxx

hazel said...

Wonderful work Chrissie. Have a lovely Easter.
xxx Hazel.

Valerie-Jael said...

Both your work are gorgeous, CHrissie, and the page you painted for AJJ is wonderful. Yes, we learnt that poem at school, too, I bet we all did! The postman came, little Spiky is sitting next to me and sends you greetings! Thanks a lot, will write later! Hugs, Valerie

Catherine said...

Both creations are gorgeous Chrissie ! Love your painting and the little cat is soooooo sweet ! Have a lovely Easter week-end Sweetie ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

aussie aNNie said...

Gorgeous creations and fab images used Chrissie, have a lovey Easter Sunday.xx
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Pamellia Johnson said...

Gorgeous pieces today Chrissie! Love how you did the tree and your kitty picture is so bold and beautiful! Hugs :)

sirkkis said...

Wonderful art again Chrissie. Enjoy the Easter Holidays:)
Hugs xx

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Your painting is a Monet style very beautiful and so is the quote. Happy Easter, Shirleyxx

sam21ski said...

Oooh these pages are lovely and both so different - gorgeous xx

peggy gatto said...

You can never have too many daffodils! Lovely painting!
Also love the red hot cat!!

Deann said...

So sweet a cute kitty.

Meggymay said...

Wonderful pages Chrissie, the daffodil painting is beautiful.
Happy Easter.
Yvonne xx

Sue said...

Aw these are wonderful, beautiful daffodils, and the cat is just brilliant. Have a very happy Easter xx

Astrid Maclean said...

Both your makes are gorgeous Chrissie, but it was the daffodils that really stole my heart. Wonderful painting and it definitely has an impressionist style to it, don't think there is that much wrong with hubbies glasses at all!

Happy Easter to you!!!

... rok said...

full of spring feeling ... full of warm love !!!

Margik said...

Fantastic creations today, Chrissie! Your painting is amazing.
Happy Easter to you!
Hugs, Mar

Pia Rom said...

Oh so sweet and springfilled your wonderful "monet'" and the lake looks so inviting to swim in ;) Hubby seems to love it as I do ♥ Conny
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Mrs.B said...

Fabulous art work Chrissy.
Hope you are having a good Easter weekend.
Avril xx

Mrs.B said...

Fabulous art work Chrissy.
Hope you are having a good Easter weekend.
Avril xx

Lori Saul said...

Wonderful and expressive art!

pearshapedcrafting said...

Fantastic page, love your painting and the poem of course - one of my favourites! Chrisx

Renee Dowling said...

At least your husband knows who Monet is!

I like the fact that you painted your own tree and daffodils instead of using stamps... I can see the daffodils dancing in the breeze.