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Thursday
Apr152010

Points of Two - Week Fourteen...

Hello and welcome to week Fourteen of the Points of Two Project!  This week Kira and I created journal pages containing details about ourselves.  I recently had to write a "get-to-know-me" for a publication and I decided to do it in list format.  I found it much easier to write it this way.  Here are the words on my page:

I am a little kooky in my ways and clearly OCD in others. I eat oatmeal for breakfast every morning, am addicted to Burt's Bees Lip Balm, I don't like wearing shoes, am a loyal friend, would rather give than receive, am afraid of heights, am an introvert who works hard to be an extrovert and my favorite color is green.

I have been married for over 20 years, I dig football, can converse on many subjects, am a God's girl and a computer geek. My favorite movie is Pride and Prejudice, I am a college graduate, I like to read historical fiction, I used to work in public relations, I lift weights, embrace a variety of music genres, once rode a camel and I make amazing made-from-scratch brownies, or so I am told!

I am into a bunch of craft and art forms, including mixed media, art journaling, sewing, digi designing and more. I like to laugh but sometimes take things too seriously and one day would like to say that "making things for others" is my job!

Be sure to check out Kira's blog to see her page and learn more about her!

Have a  blessed day!

Roben-Marie

Mixed media with watercolor paper, dye inks, stencils, gesso, spray paint, black pen and oil pastels.

Reader Comments (7)

love it, roben!! beautiful colors, so vivid and rich...and now i feel like i know you even better!

April 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBev

Very cool layout, just love the greens! I like the idea of writing a list... because writing an about me, is always difficult!

April 16, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterlinda

do i happen to know this publication :-)
fabulous pages as always, i always look forward to what you'll create for the following week!

April 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSandra

Another wonderful composition. I really like the color combinations you use to create happy, cheerful, encouraging work.

April 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJo

This page inspires me to represent friends & family in color & design. I love your list of you--writing about one's self is always a challenge. YOU are a gift to others, dear.

April 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDeborah D

roben...this was SO MUCH FUN to read.
i think it is funny because some of the things i think are quirky about me...i have in common with you!
that either makes us both quirky or REALLY COOL!
football. love it. camels. rode some. love burts bees anything. eat the same thing for breakfast. every day.
God. can.t live without him. (i loved your God.s girl!)
this is so fun
and
HUGE congrats on the magazine! that.s BIG!
happy weekend.
c

April 17, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterchrissy@cul*ti*vate

what are dye inks? i think i have some, but i'm not sure & if i do, i don't really use them because i don't know how. are they what created the drippy watercolor look? i have oil pastels & water soluble oil pastels, but i never thought of how to incorporate them onto a pg like this. where did you use them?

June 19, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterteddi

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