Friday, 20 November 2015

Journal Page and Card

Hi All. It is a really lovely sunny and bright day here today so we will be off for a walk along the seafront to visit MIL. She lives on the seafront but it often very windy so not as good as it might seem. Thank you for your visit today and I hope you like what I have made.

At Art Journal Journey the wonderful Autumn Colours theme is still in place until the end of November and the ideas that people have are just amazing.

I have done a digital page which looks a bit scary rather than graceful :)
I would also like this to be my face for this week at Kim Dellow's Show Your Face I have a few more faces that I have drawn but the weather has been too dark to take a decent pic of them yet.

The theme at Crafting by Designs is Times 3


Here I am with a Christmas card and hoping I can catch-up and make a few more as I haven't started them yet. I have bought charity cards on stand by as I can't imagine making enough of my own this year. The flower image is from Beccy's Place and I made the little felt rose

Have a lovely day all

Chrissie xx


20 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Gorgeous card and journal page, love the quote from Donne, as you know. Thanks so much for joining us again at Art Journal Journey,and have a lovely day, hugs, Valerie

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Wow.. a great page Chrissie and a beautiful card! Thank you for another eyecatcher to AJJ- have a great day my friend!
oxo
Susi

sam21ski said...

Oooh love your scarey graceful digi page and your card is lovely all be it a bit early - lol xx

aussie aNNie said...

Not scary to me Chrissie, to me it has depth , beauty and lovely autumn colours and I just love it....the verse is gorgeous and love your card....beautiful. Enjoy your weekend.xx
 { aNNie}

sirkkis said...

Your digital work is amazing and you have managed to use wonderful texture on it.
Love your Christmas card.
Have a great weekend xx

Pamellia Johnson said...

Beautiful work today Chrissie. I don't think your face is scary at all, very graceful! Love your Christmas card, the snowflakes make wonderful centers for the poinsettias! Enjoy your walk. hugs :)

pearshapedcrafting said...

Fabulous face! I love the way you have made your flowers on your gorgeous Christmas card! Hope the sun keeps shining for you! Chrisx

Linda Kunsman said...

that is a marvelous digital face and a gorgeous Christmas card!! have a great visit with your MIL.

Meggymay said...

A gorgeous digital face, she looks ready to to to an Autumn Masked Ball. Love the Christmas card as well.
Yvonne xx

Pollard Carole said...

What a beautiful traditional Christmas card fab poinsettias Thanks for playing Crafting by Designs Challenge Love and hugs Carole x

Mrs.B said...

Love the colours on the digital face and it's a great quote too.
Great Christmas card Chrissie, I always love traditional ones best.
Have a great weekend.
Avril xx

Catherine said...

Beautiful creations as always Chrissie ! Love the quote ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Craftychris said...

I think the face is awesome - fab quote too! Lovely Christmas card - so pretty! xxx

Suz said...

It's been dark here too and it is so hard to get a good shot even outside. Love all the color you have used and your card is just beautiful!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Great autumn face. It looks like a tree sprite of a green/gold man! I have as yet made just one Christmas card! It's a long time since I've been able to make them all myself. Like you, it's going to be charity shop again this year! xx

Margik said...

Stunning page with a great quote and fantastic colours! Love your digital art, Chrissie.
The Christmas card is very beautiful and elegant.
Hugs, Mar

Jeannette said...

fun artwork,love it.

hugs jeannette

jillholmes.me said...

I think your face is fun, Chrissie. And the maple leaf is just the perfect shape for forming a mask for her. :-)

Gibby Frogett said...

Great post - love your card and face. Your face has so much texture its fab!
Gill xx

butterfly said...

Love the drama of your face - fantastic digi collaging to create such an arresting character. And the simplicity of the bold red and white on the card is really effective.
Alison xx