Pearshaped

Pearshaped

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Research - Ha! Ha!

I had this unfinished page for ages and didn't have a clue where it was going - then I found this quote in a book I picked up in book shop!(Didn't buy the book but remembered the quote)

  As you can see - it had washi tape over parts of it but it just didn't look right. A lot of this page has been painted out but I'm quite happy with it now - after all, it's research right?
Thanks for looking, Chris

10 comments:

Carol Yates said...

Love that quote and it is easy to remember.
Carol.x

Connie said...

Hello Chris, I am so excited to have found your lovely blog. I am also retired.
I was the activity director at an assisted living home. I made so many friends there that now I go back and volunteer for special events and play my music and sing to the old folks there. One of these days, I'll be one of them, LOL.
Your journal pages and greeting cards are outstanding. I am your newest follower, please come visit and follow me back. I enjoy making new friends, especially with bloggers as talented as you are :)
Connie :)

Marjie Kemper said...

Love your silhouette and the research... rock on!

Dawn said...

I think this is indeed a fabby quote! and the tape was in the perfect place for it :) I really like all the paint!

butterfly said...

Genius quote! Great research going on on this page!!
Alison x

Sue said...

Those are wonderful words....I quite chuckled. I used to do research....
Great piece.....have a great week and fun, Chris
Xxx

Carol Yates said...

Good evening Chris I have nominated you for the Liebster Award, I hope this is ok.
Carol.x

patcrafts said...

wonderful quote and so useful, love the sequin waste and silhouette xx

Michelle Webb said...

Brilliant quote Chris, love that and I love your colour too. Great journal page. That big old door stamp is not all that big, it's only about 2.5" across. I just have a very small ledger that I did the page in. Keep having painty fun. Michelle x

Piarom said...

Stunning! I love the quote, it make me smile and your page have so much to look at...I love the shape and the beeshouses near by... xox Conny