Monday, 25 May 2015

Inchie and Journal Page



Hi All who pop into Jumbled Crafts. Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy the projects that I have posted today. Not a bad morning here so I expect we will be choosing one of the many events here in Bridlington and joining some of the many holiday makers that have been here for the long weekend.

At Every Inchie Monday the theme this week is envelope.


Mine is a paper one that I made in Paint Shop Pro. and stuck onto felt. I have already seen two of the fab inchies others have made, an amazing sewn one and one all in beads. Difficult to imagine how different people have so many ideas.

Moo Mania and More have the theme bottles this time and Art Journal Journey have the theme the sea for the rest of May so this page will be ok for both.





I tried to paint a row of rocks that go out to sea and the water splashes against them-not sure that worked too well to be honest. When we walked along the beach I often make up daft poetry so I made up one for this page. Apologies to Wordsworth for the first few lines.
 Close your eyes if you can't stand bad poetry lol


Sorry about the spelling mistake I have put it right now :)

Have a great day

Love Chrissie xx




28 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Love your little inchie, and of course, the journal page is wonderful. Love all the bottles bobbing towards the shore, wonder if that gin is still okay? At first I thought it said 'sin', now that would be interesting bottled! Love your poem, too! Have a lovely day, and thanks for joining us at MM&M and Art Journal Journey, hugs, Valerie

aussie aNNie said...

Inchie is awesome and your journal page is stunningly gorgeous.xxx{aNNie My Personal Blog}

freebird7100 said...

Love the inchie but I adore ADORE the painting. The poetry was a bonus as well.

Trillian as said...

Love your inchie. Wonderful painting.

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Chrissie, your journal page is so beautiful!! Your waves and sand look so realistic and I love the way your bottle look like they're bobbing up and down in the water! Great inchie too! hugs :)

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Fantastic page Chrissie wow! You should definitely do more painting! Lovely inchie idea as well .. and fab poetry! Thank you very much for joining MM&M and AJJ !
You are simply the best!
oxo
Susi

TwinkleToes2day said...

I love your inchie - I'm going to pop over and maybe have a go - your seashore is fabulous and your poem is EXcellent!! Thanks for the giggle :o))

My name is Erika. said...

Love the floating bottles. And ha-ha, what a funny saying. Great sense of humor on the whole page-made me smile.

My name is Erika. said...

Love the floating bottles. And ha-ha, what a funny saying. Great sense of humor on the whole page-made me smile.

Catherine said...

Your inchie is so cute Chrissie ! And your painting is fantastic ! Love the poetry and it's not daft at all ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

Wonderful pieces, Chrissie

Thank you for joining us at MOO MANIA & MORE

Jean Chaney said...

You reminded me of once actually putting a note in a bottle and dropping it into the sea. I wonder if anyone ever found it? I wonder if the note had changed to bleach? Fun poem!

sally said...

A great inchie & an inspired journal page!

Sally

sam21ski said...

WOW love your journal page, it looks real and as for your inchie, ingenious xxxx

Margriet said...

sweet little envelope!!! Wonderful journal page.

sheila 77 said...

Lovely little inchie envelope, great idea.
Something completely different here for "The Sea" and another super idea for the "Bottles" theme, a clever combination. It's a good painting too.
Don't drink the Gin!

butterfly said...

Love the beading on your tiny envelope inchie... and your tempting bottles of gin made me laugh out loud, especially the poem (probably wisest to resist temptation though... if it looks too good to be true, it probably is!). I'm no great adorer of Wordsworth (his sister Dorothy's account of the daffodil walk appeals to me far more... no, he wasn't "lonely as a cloud" at all - they were out together!), so I've no problem at all with your adaptation!
Alison xx

Kia said...

great little inchie evelope and your sea full of bottles is cute and sad at the same time. well done.

Craftyfield said...

Another great inchie Chrissie. Love your journal page, with the poem I find it quite funny.

hungrycorgistudio said...

That Inchie is fabulous!! Great detail. Unbelievably neat and perfect. Sarah.

Zoe Brener said...

Sweet little inchie and a nice journal page! That reminds me, gotta do my bottle Moo.

scrappymo! said...

That really is a sweet little inchie. You art journal page looks great.

PS I think you are perhaps in Bridlington. Our family lives in Filey. DH's Mum was a war bride to Canada from Filey. We go back quite often to visit cousins etc. I used to enjoy going in to the scrapbook/card shop in Bridlington! I think it is closed now...

cstocks said...

Love the bling, as usual! And your poetic license is just the right tone. Very creative. Have a brilliant day! c

cstocks said...

Love the bling, as usual! And your poetic license is just the right tone. Very creative. Have a brilliant day! c

WendyK said...

Lovely inchie and journal page. Your poem is brilliant, love it.

WendyK said...

Lovely inchie and journal page. Your poem is brilliant, love it.

Sue said...

Really fab Chrissie, and I love your poem xx

pearshapedcrafting said...

I am just grinning - I loVe your little poem!!! I just adore this page - the bottle are bobbing around nicely in your beautiful sea!! Chrisx