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31 March 2011

Who What Why Where & When

Michelle's Green Pepper Press Street Team Crusade this month fired off so many ideas that I finally settled on doing just one more project ... for now.


This version asks the questions who am I as an artist, what identifies my work, why do I do what I do, where do I create & when.


I used another page spread in my Eco Green Crafts board book for dimensional art.


I used the wonderful images provided by Michelle, with added text, a butterfly from Dover & gorgeous papers designed by Brenda Walton from K & Company.

These patterned papers have been my favourite for a while now ... supplies are running low.


I created a pocket on the second page to hold my five tags. I made the tags, covering them with patterned paper on both sides.


I used black grosgrain ribbon to hold the paper notes on the back of each tag.


The paper notes were created from an image from the Plentiful range by Shabby Princess.


The paper notes are two-sided, so more notes could be added later.

My other project for this challenge can be seen here.

8 comments:

  1. Wow! What a fun spread! Love your colors. Love the pocket. Love the pull-out tags with the Who What Where...Bravo for documenting your interests and what's going on in your life Now. Thanks for sharing with the team!

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  2. Love those papers, perfect for your project. Great tags, it's interesting to find out more about you!

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  3. Pretty pretty pretty! I like that everything is perfectly well coordinated. My journal pages are so messy... This is so neat! Bravo!

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  4. Those papers are amazing and I love the design you used.

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  5. Wonderful pages, The black ribbon on the tags makes it really special.

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  6. Excellent! Love the vintage colours!

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  7. Love the tags with ribbon. Isn't it funny how a few papers can stay favorites for ages. Hope you manage to get more supplies :-)

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  8. Lovely Tags Daisy.......sorry it's been so long since I caught up with you. S xx

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