Friday, April 2, 2010

Creative Therapy

I thought I would share with you what I have been making. It is going to be a cross between a scrapbook and an art journal. I am using both vintage and new supplies.
The binder is covered with vintage wallpaper, the pearls, and rub-ons are left-over from scrapbooking. The paper flowers are from the Dollar Store. The key was hanging in my kitchen, but you couldn't see it very well where I had it.


The handmade flower was made from lace that I bought 34 plus years ago to make my own wedding dress. I never did make my dress, because I found one much nicer for a great bargain.
I am going to try my hand at mixed media to fill the binder with pages. I haven't done anything like this before, but I am finding lots of ideas and inspiration on the internet.
**PEACE**

7 comments:

debi said...

Beautiful book! I love your lace flower!

raggygirlvintage said...

Hi Pamela,

I bought a small journal a couple weeks ago to do the same thing, but haven't got start, you've inspired me again. I can at least start with the cover, right! Let us know how it goes.
Tracey

BellaRosa said...

Lady Pamela I think your journal is off to such a beautiful start :) It is very romantic, lovely and elegant, reminds me so much of you :) I hope you share more pictures as you add more to it. Thank you for visiting my lil blog and leaving such a sweet comment :) I hope you have a wonderful Easter :) Besos, Rose

junkdreams said...

Hi Pamela,
Oh, this looks so very pretty...love the soft colours you have used!
Easter Blessings to you and your family!
xojanis

Sandi said...

Just beautiful Pamela! You did a wonderful job!!Happy Easter!
Blessings~

Creamy White said...

Hi Pamela,
Thanks for stopping by and following me. I'm happy to follow you too!
I love your blog, where you live!
It will be wonderful to be in contact with you.
Have a lovely week,
Li :-)

Cindy Geilmann said...

Wonderful place to store all those beautiful pages. Amazing! Share each and every page.

hugs lady pamela's
cindy@stitches

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