Sunday, 1 November 2015

365/12 Journal Calendar

Just here very quickly with my new November pages
Some mop-up gelli plate ink and then using one of the stencils some distress ink. The journal spots are stamped with my TH pear - I am pleased to see Williams pears in the shops but sad to say the last two I ate pushed my sugar levels up!!
The pictures on the side are from some paper I had cut up for something else and a magazine. November is stamped in London Fog onto an old PA bag
Here is my October page, the shine from my Daylight lamp is a pain but I wanted to get this done!I have some important dates coming up - some private, some public…watch this space!!

Thanks for looking, Chris


chrissie said...

Both fantastic spreads with such wonderful colours

Love Chrissie xx

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely pages Chris, have fun filling the days! Hugs, Valerie

Mrs.B said...

Love the colours and backgrounds you've used on each of the calendar pages Chris
Avril xx

Meggymay said...

Two wonderful calendar spreads. love the subtle background colours.
Yvonne xx

Anonymous said...

They are both so beautiful. They conjured up images of an Edwardian Ladies Diary with the subtle colours and images of nature.
I really appreciate your visits to my Blog and don't ever worry that you are playing catch-up as I feel that way most of the time!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You truly put my monthly calendar to shame. Yours is great, and I love everything about both pages. I'm in awe of the size of your calendar. It gives you the option to make those wonderful squares I can't seem to get. Both months are stunning, truly stunning.

Nikki Acton said...

I do love these monthly pages, such a great thing to do. You pages are stunning, love the November colours and subtle patterened background xx

sirkkis said...

Really beautifully designed calendar pages. Elegant and lovely coloured.
Wishing you creative, happy week ♥

Redanne said...

I just love the wonderful colours on both pages! I do wish I was a s disciplined as you are to keep an ongoing diary! Hugs, Anne ss

butterfly said...

Love love that soft subtle stencilling in the background, and lovely to see the pear putting in an appearance too. How sad to have to count the cost of eating them though!
Alison xx

Georgie C said...

Ahh I think I may have missed some of these. I think it's incredible how you have the commitment to keep up with it. I'd love to do something like this for my son, but the day goes too quickly and forget stuff like this. You have a great way of recording some amazing memories xx