Pearshaped

Pearshaped

Saturday, 25 February 2017

Can't resist red!

I have a journal page to show you but it didn't turn out quite how I would have liked!
I started out by spritzing the page with some Infusions in a mister. I then masked off some parts, I quite liked the effect Gabrielle achieved on her page.

I stamped the rhyme from Lin Brown's ELB30 set all over the page and then removed the bits of post-it notes I had used,it was at this point that I should have put them back again and  added more colour but hey ho! 
I stamped a serial number from Sarah Nauman's Eclectica ESN04 in black and then the quote from JOFY25 set randomly in Red ink. I also used the edge of a credit card to add some random lines. I use the same red to stamp the ELB30 oats twice - had to mask off the bottom.

I would like this journal page to be entered in the Paper Artsy Challenge 2 - Masks

and 

Art Journal Journey for Linda's choice of theme - Fifty Shades Of Red

Thanks for looking, Chris

22 comments:

pearshapedcrafting said...

I've scheduled this post as we are having some time at the caravan! Back soon! Chrisx

butterfly said...

Wow - the grass stems look amazing in red - a completely different look, and I love the background stamping. Hope you're safe and warm in the caravan!
Alison x

chrissie said...

It looks fantastic to me I love the red grasses

Enjoy your time at the caravan. I hope the weather is kind to you there.

Love Chrissie xx

Helen said...

oh wow, Chris, I love this page!

Mrs.B said...

Love the red stamped grasses, looks stunning against the grungy background.
Hope you're having a lovely time at the caravan.
Avril xx

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely journal page, great colours, well done on getting all the bits at the right places, too. Have a fun weekend, hugs, Valerie

froebelsternchen Susi said...

To me it looks AMAZING Chris!
I love it!
Thank you very much for linking again to Art Journal Journey!
Your support this month again is
much appreciated!
Happy weekend!
oxo Susi

Rita said...

Absolutely fabulous Chris. Love the red. Perfect. Hugs Rita xx

Linda Kunsman said...

I happen to love this color combination-and this journal page too! Thanks for joining in at AJJ yet again:)

Mimi said...

Looks cool! Always like black, white, and red-- the ultimate in contrast.

Meggymay said...

Enjoy your time away in the caravan. The journal page looks fantastic its a super background.
Yvonne xx

Jeannette said...

wow,love your red grasses,and the backround with soft textures and stamps its amazing,love this,
#enjoy your weekend.

hugs jenny

Bryan Evans said...

Great masking technique, love the overall look with the stamping.

Let's Art Journal said...

Lovely page, the colour palette, layers and shading work beautifully! Have a wonderful time at the caravan, Happy Sunday! J :-)

Sara Barker said...

Chris, it's been way too long since I've visited! I love this journal page with the red weeds and background stamping and lines. The mix of black, red and white offers so much drama; I just love it!! This gorgeous page would be great for our Rock the Red challenge at Emerald Creek Dares, too! Sending warm hugs!
http://blog.emeraldcreek.org/2017/02/rock-red-pt2.html

Hazel Agnew said...

There's something very special about red. Love this!

Corrie Herriman said...

Great page !
Corrie x

Christine said...

I like it!

sheila 77 said...

This page looks quite mystical, maybe the black writing in the background and the combination of blacks and reds, and the red grasses too, it's something different. I like it very much.

Diane Baker-Williams said...

I really like this page. I forget about masking areas off so this was a great reminder. The oats in red is very dramatic and I never would have thought of it. May not have turned out you planned but it's a great page!

Sandy said...

I absolutely adore your page!!! Is it just me or do I see a face in you second picture??!!
Sandy xx

Ruth said...

Great use of the colour palette, dramatic use of red is enhanced by the muted tones, and removing the masking tape half way through achieved a subtle layered look so good move! Hugs Ruth xx