I have written before about my fear of white space and how I must have been frightened by white space as a child, since I can't seem to master the basics of white space use on a page. I am happiest when my pages are filled from stem to stern, port to starboard, top to bottom, with all manor of color and element. Well, you can imagine I am in hog heaven with this page.
This started off as an entry for the 5 Things Challenge, and then morphed into the 1 Theme 3 Scrappers Fall Treat Challenge, and before I knew it the page had taken on a life of its own. Now I'm not sure what it is, except one of my typical "Is the pasta done?" pages. (To see if the pasta is finished cooking, one throws a bit of it at a wall and see if it sticks. That is my approach to scrapbooking--throw things at the page and see if they stick. )
I think I'd better declare this page done, though, before it morphs into something else. Nothing worse than overcooked pasta!
How’d They Do That? No. 13: Bending Shadows
Five Things 11/2013 Challenge (coin holder frame, background paper)
Art Time Kit
DelMar Shores Complete Scrapbooking Collection
Messy Stitched Borders: White No. 01
Minted Wings Flairs
Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 02
Watery Fall Pencil Lines No. 01
Watery Fall Pencil Lines No. 02
Watery Spots Brushes and Stamps No. 06
Watery Spots Brushes and Stamps No. 07
Readymade Borders: Fall No. 01
Readymade Journalers: Minted Wings
Page Title: adapted from a quote by Nova Blair.
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