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Saturday, November 19, 2011

November already!

Boy, time is flying by. I'm not getting much done, barely started thinking about Christmas, but everyone else seems to be - it was so busy today at the stores! Working on a few journal pages that I can share anyway. . .



 I thought this background was done. . .


but then I started doodling!


This is the next page background, the writing isn't quite done yet, and I have one more page on the go. 
Not much to show, but then I haven't been working on it much, either too tired at the end of the day or too busy on the weekends. But I'm trying to get a few minutes in before I go to work, and a few minutes in just before bed (but that doesn't last long, I'm no good at night). I'm also trying to get into my art room before I do the things I HAVE to do!

Happy Thanksgiving to all my US friends! Hope your Turkey / Tofurkey Day is a delicious one!


8 comments:

Dandelion and Daisy said...

I love doodles, they add so much fun energy to a piece, they so "kicked" up your page. I don't seem to do many doodles but I'm working on it.

michele hileman said...

That is awesome. Your blog is gr4eat too. I am now a follower of your awesome work.

Elizabeth Golden said...

I love your doodling. Great journal pages. I hope you and yours have a lovely Thanksgiving.

trisha too said...

Whoa, I love those leaves!!!

Now THAT'S some doodling!

:)

Marjie Kemper said...

Your pages are gorgeous! Thanks for showing the progression pics.... that white pen adds so much.... it's amazing. Love it!

Terry said...

Wow these are some really lovely pages! Beautiful!

Terri Kahrs said...

Wow! Your journal spreads are AWEsome! Thanks so much for your blog visit and your lovely comment. I truly appreciate your kind words about my work. ♥

Last year was the first year that I journaled, so when December is finished, this handmade journal will be complete (it's made out of watercolor paper). I gessoed each page before adding color and images, and the overall size of the journal is approximately 8"x10" with it's totally open (so that the entire spread will fit on the scanner). Hope this helps! Hugs, Terri

Gaby Bee said...

Merry Christmas and a very Happy Healthy New Year to you and all your loved ones.

Gaby xo