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Thursday
Jul082010

Points of Two - Week 26...

Hello and welcome to week Twenty-six of the Points of Two Project! This week Kira and I incorporated fabric into our pages.  The base page I used was created a few weeks ago while I was creating a digital kit.  You can see me creating some of it HERE.  For this journal page I added fabric, tape, paper scraps, cord, tags and rub-ons.  I also doodled and stitched to complete the page!

Have a  blessed day!

Roben-Marie

 

 

 I incorporated a fortune I recieved recently. It reads: "You see pictures in poems and poems in pictures."

{Visit Kira's blog to read more about her journal page!}

Reader Comments (6)

It's such fun to watch you work, Roben Marie. I had been wondering how you created your art for the Digi-Store and now I know. It turned out so well.

July 9, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJo

what a lovely fortune! i watched the video. it was hard 2 hear over the crunching sounds of me eating my potato chips ;) my fav parts were seeing how u dealt w/ mistakes, the process of ur creating , & use of gesso & portfolios 4 shading lights & darks. i discovered how 2 cr8 my own spray washes w/ reinkers, perfect pearls &/ or paint. tis's pretty fun! as always thanks 4 sharing. ur work is an inspiration!

July 9, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterteddi

your journal pages are AMAZING!
i love each one. they are each little pieces of art to be framed and loved.
thanks for sharing.
you.ve inspired me.
c

July 9, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterchrissy

amazing video roben. loooooved it so much. funny i had bookmarked that particular kit and didn't realize it was the same one until after i watched the video. i was scrolling through my pics and went "that's it!!. it is amazing to watch you work. i agree with the above posters in that i love to see what you do and how you remedy problems. some times i watch you and look at a page and am saying to myself "hey, that's great, i love it. stop now" and then you start smearing on more paint and color and i love it all over again. thanks so much for sharing with us.

mk

July 10, 2010 | Unregistered Commentermaryk

Very cool page! I was noting how your two pages are similar in style and color scheme, I wouldn't have been surprised if the same person - but obviously you guys did it separately. talk about creative consciousness!

July 12, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterlinda

Dear Roben Marie,

The video of you creating the elements to go into your digi kit was great and had me laughing. Actually it was very encouraging because I thought I was the only one that would punch or cut something out and then promptly have it disappear into thin air on the very work area that it had JUST been on minutes ago. I could feel your pain looking all around for something that you had JUST had minutes ago. It's somehow comforting to know that I am not the only one this happens to! :D Love your art and the inspiration you give me. I like it when you tell your viewers what you're doing and what products you are using as you do it. That is very helpful! Please continue to post videos. I really welcome them.

Kindest regards,
Barbara

July 13, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara Israel

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