Had so much fun doing this page. All came together when I saw Beccy's Place image, called "Advice from Dad" (this month's freebie on her blog). And, then saw a challenge for a favourite song or movie.
Love this old song, "Oh mm Pa-pa" I remember my parents playing records when I was young and this was one of them, sung by Eddie Fisher (for those too young to remember him, you may remember a couple of his wives, Debbie Reynolds and Elizabeth Taylor)
Background is Dylusions paint, there is also some gel pens and PaperArtsy Chalk paint.
The image has been coloured with Copic pens and layered after I printed and coloured various parts of the image , then paper pieced them together.
I have used silver paper for the eggs they are sitting on, paper flowers, butterflies and gems together with pencil shavings for the dirt.
Your card is fantastic Cass... so full of colour and texture and interesting elements. I love the three little butterflies that are circling the bunnies, great use of the rhinestone strips. Using the pencil shavings for dirt is inspired! What a fabulous idea, and what a lot of texture it adds to the scene.ReplyDelete
This is so sweet, and what a great remembrance to your father. I love how you added in that photo of yourself. Thanks for much for sharing this with us at Art Journal Journey for Alison's challenge. It's a lot of fun to see, Hugs-ErikaReplyDelete
A gorgeous page Cass! Thanks for linking it to my AJJ theme.ReplyDelete
A very lovely page Cass and sweet memory of your Parents and the songs they would play. Tracey.ReplyDelete
An adorable page with sweet images, I liked how you added the photo as well. Thank you for sharing this with us at AJJ.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! Love the materials you used and all the details you've added. Thanks so much taking part in our latest challenge at Let's Craft and Create. Cheryl W, DTReplyDelete
Cute!!! Thanks so much for participating in my IF YOU GIVE A CRAFTER A COOKIE... challenge!!! I appreciate that you play along and I enjoy visiting your blog!! Stay safe and healthy!!ReplyDelete
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