I always love the challenges of Jot Magazine. First I started to draw some plants just for fun and then I thought that they can be part of my project. After completing my drawings, I added some gray drops using my gelato. Once the paper was dry, I completed the drawings whit gold rub-ons. I cut out some flowers and leaves whit my Cameo, and I placed them on top of the drawn composition. I always try to use all parts of the diecuts, so I decided to glue down the negative part too, as if they were leaves falling the tree in a storm. To embellish I also used my Cameo, cutting out two bows from gold printed vellum. Finally I added my title. I created a little composition on the right side in order to balance the page and to add the date. To have a more girly lookl, I layerd some doilies under my photo. Thank you Lauren fot the inspiration! Love, P.J.
‘I believe in the world as in a daisy, Because I see it. But I don’t think about it, Because to think is to not understand. The world wasn’t made for us to think about it (To think is to have eyes that aren’t well) But to look at it and to be in agreement.’ – Fernando Pessoa – Love, P.J.
I made this mini for the sixth birthday of my daughter. I liked to make an album which is airy, colorful and girly at the same time. I started by drawing some childish fowers and colored them with watercolor painting, but as usually happens I only used a part of it. I cut out a vellum envelope and trimmed some paper and journaling cards from Felicity Jane. I also made an inner envelope, just to lend variety to the album. After my photos were in place, I added the embellishments. Some cards I customized whit my watercolor flowers, some I added stamping or layerd whith the little left overs. Here I share with you a little video about the mini: Love, P.J.