Deborah's is the last book I work in for this Round Robin. Her theme is to create a spread using current techniques/products that you are working on/with. Oh! And include at least one quote that 'speaks to you'. She also wanted each artist to do one page including photos of our work space and a selfie (eek!). It's funny I thought that would be the most difficult page to do. I hate doing things that feature ME so in typical Terrie fashion I worked on the Selfie page first - to get it over with. Turns out it wasn't that bad and came together pretty easily. I just used a couple Stencil Girl stencils with black metallic paint on black paper. The photos are matted onto 2-sided patterned paper as some of the photos flip up. I added a few hand written notes. I don't have 'font worthy' writing, but it's mine.
The other three pages are done using techniques I learned in Gwen LaFleur's class that I took at The Papercraft Clubhouse in June. Love all the layers it creates - some more obvious, some kinda hidden. I also did a see-through shaker window with frames I fashioned to look like Daguerreotype frames using Metallic cardstock, stamped images and gold & copper Dresden 'aged' with black paint. Most of the stencils I used are from the monthly Stencil Girl Club. You can only get these stencils if you belong to the club. I used a combo of the June & July sets. The paints I used are a Matte finish. I also used Tim Holtz collage papers (Botanical is turning out to be a favorite!) and Distress Oxide Inks and Distress Paints. I also used rubber stamps from both Stamp Camp & Tim Holtz.
This quote speaks to me so much I've said it over and over. Not sure who said it first but it's generally credited to Audrey Hepburn.
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